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Grade 3

May 19, 2021


Poison Rhythm

Clap along with the rhythm and see if Miss Quinn-Ost can trick you into clapping the poison rhythm.


Chocolate Cookie Rhythm Stick Game

Review the song we learned last week and follow along with the video to learn a stick game to go with it. You can use chopsticks, pencils, or other utensils from the kitchen to follow along with the video.


Chrome Music Lab Nursery Rhyme Challenge

Watch the video and answer the questions that the video asks. Once you are done, click the button below to go to Music Lab Song Maker and re-create our nursery rhyme together. Send your creations either through Teams chat or through email (shelby.quinnost@lethsd.ab.ca).

Song Maker

If the video won't work on this website, follow the link below to watch the video.

EdPuzzle Video

May 12, 2021

A Ram Sam Sam

Learn the song with body percussion. Continue the video to try singing the song in a round.

Chocolate Cookie Round

A ROUND is a song that can be sung by two or more people (or groups of people). They all start at the beginning, then one group comes in a little later and so on until all groups are singing. When they sing the song starting at different times that means their singing more than one part of the song. When that happens it creates HARMONY! Harmony is when you sing more than one note at a time. Its like if we play more than one note on the piano.
Sing along with the song to either a two part or a three part round. Here are the words:

"Chocolate Cookie, Chocolate Cookie, Chocolate Cookie, Yum, Yum, Yum!   :ll (Repeat)
And Oreo.  A Chocolate Oreo.   I love that creamy filling in a chocolate Oreo."

Rhythm Racing

Click the button below to take you to Musicplay Online. Once on the page scroll down and on the right you will see the Rhythm Racing game. Once you've clicked on it select your level (level 1 or 2) and listen to the beeps to see if they match the rhythm written on the screen. Can you win the race?

MusicPlay Online - Rhythm Racing

Explore Colourful Sounds - Kandinsky

Click the button to go to Chrome Music Labs Kandinsky. This experiment is inspired by Wassily Kandinsky, an artist who compared painting to making music. It turns anything you draw – lines, circles, triangles, or scribbles – into sound. Try writing your name and see what its shapes can create. Draw with shapes and colours to create a unique melody of your very own.

Music Lab - Kandinsky

Fun Fact : Did you know that some people "see" music instead of just hearing it. This neurological condition is called synesthesia. Synesthetes can often “see” music as colors when they hear it.