It is the week of May Fourth -
"May the Fourth Be With You" All!
Below are some more Star Wars themed activities for you to enjoy!
- Movement Options:
- Family Parachute (or blanket, towel, sheet!) activity (2 minutes)
- I'm Hans Solo - Galactic Dance Off (5 minutes)
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More Fun Music Links
- Tone Matrix – Simple sinewave synthesizer triggered by an ordinary 16 step sequencer. Fun!
- Incredibox – A free interactive Flash website where you create a cappella music with an animated group of beatbox singers.
- Ball Drop – a fun game in which balls bounce off lines creating a percussive and melodic sound whose pitch depends on how fast the ball is moving
- Sheep Beats – a flash animated sequencer in which you can create a fun pattern on drums, bass and keyboards
- Rhythms in the House – find objects to play rhythms on in the house with the idea that “music is everywhere”
- Global Groovin' – create a world-music mix with drag and drop instruments, beats, and sounds
- Jeopardy Music Review – Play by yourself or against a friend to review music elements, notation, instruments, rhythm and more (created with Quia)
- Rags to Riches – “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” with questions limited to the orchestral instruments (created with Quia)
- Instrument Battleship – play battleship and answer multiple choice questions about instruments! (created with Quia)
- Musical Mysteries – a lively interactive site allowing students to have fun while exploring basic musical concepts in sound, rhythm and mood. This site was also created by the BBC staff.
- Carnegie Hall Listening Adventure –( http://www.playrific.com/m/641/listening-adventures-at-carnegie-hall ) learn about music in fun, interactive exploration with Britten's "Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra", Dvorak's "New World Symphony #9" and others!
- The New York Philharmonic Kidzone – Play Mozart's Minuet Game, create your own instruments, try the Music Match, watch interviews with musicians, and follow the orchestra around the world! This site is full of fun activities!
- The San Francisco Symphony Kid's Site – this fun site teaches the instruments of the orchestra, the basics of reading music, and has an online radio to listen to some classical music's greatest hits.
- Classics for Kids Games – fun games including "Be a Rockin' Rhythm Master", "Composer Time Machine" and "Note Music Game"
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