Key Stage 1 Singing and Pitch

LONG and SHORT sounds. Mix them up to create RHYTHMS.

We are RAPPING. RAPPING is when we speak or sing words against a PULSE/HEART BEAT.

Tap your knees for the PULSE in VERSE 1, and then CLAP the RHYTHM in VERSE 2,

We use our hands to show the HIGH and LOW PITCHES. Try making a spaceship sound: changing pitch as the ship flies HIGHER and LOWER.

We listen to the singer and copy her. We join in using our PITCH hand-signs too.

We are learning this song and memorising the lyrics.

A New Rhythm Reading exercise:

This week’s class listening:

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