Designed for elementary school students, Primary Prodigies is a more advanced series that focuses on the treble clef, reading proper sheet music, intervals, chords, transitioning to black and white music, and lots of musical vocabulary.
In Primary Prodigies, we've got Sweet Beets, too!!
In this rendition of Sweet Beets, we add a whole note represented by "watermelon". Practice rolling as you tap the whole note. This indicates that even though watermelon is 4 syllables, it represents just one long note.
In this video, students play a duet!! It is possible to play this song by yourself, but it's way more fun with a partner! Find the instructions for this duet in part two fo this section's lesson: 1.5.2.
Start off singing and signing along with Mr. Rob as he reviews musical skips. Next, sing th...
Like Sweet Beets, in this Prodigies original, students use food to represent musical notes. Mr. Rob breaks up pizza--like fractions--in order to teach the relationship between whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, eighth notes & sixteenth notes.
In this Prodigies Music Lesson, Mr. Rob introduces rhythmic dictation.
Students should listen to this video with pencil and paper to write their answers. Each time Mr. Rob plays a rhythm, students should record what they think they hear. After each dictation, Mr. Rob will review the correct a...