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Hello everyone! 


Find out some things we have learned by just asking them.
ASK ME (your child)......
Kindergarten: To tell you about the King and Queen in MusicLand.  You might see a red crown on your child's hand after music class day.  That is a GREAT thing!  They may even insist that you call them Queen or King:)
1st Grade: To show you how their worm sounds in HighLand and then in LowLand:)  They have also started learning about an Ostinato.  They can perform an Ostinato with the song "Doggie, Doggie"
2nd Grade: To sing "See Saw Margery Daw" with words and then with rhythm syllables.  They can even do that while jumping rope!!
3rd Grade: To play a game with the song "Let Us Chase the Squirrel" and also show you the different Ostinato parts they can perform with the song.  Ask them if the ostinato or the melody is supposed to be louder.
4th Grade: To play "Closet Key" on their recorder.  Also have them show you the names of the lines and spaces of the staff using their hand staff.  They may challenge you to a note name game.  You will find that in their Virtual Classroom.
5th Grade: To sing "Viva La Musica".This is a song of the Renaissance Period of Music and can be sung as a round. Also ask them to sing the whole song "Winter Fantasy" while showing you how to read the part in the Octavo as they sing along with the Virtual Classroom kids.

Remember to check out their Google Classroom and explore
their Virtual Music Class!!

 

Have a great week and keep singing!

Musically yours,

Mrs. Tyler 

 


FIND OUT HOW MUSIC HELPS YOUR CHILD
IN MANY WAYS~
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Wired for Sound: The Essential Connection Between
Music and Development
By Cynthia Ensign Baney  
The most widely reported research was conducted by psychologist Fran Rauscher and physicist Gordon Shaw at the University of California-Irvine in 1994. The goal of the research was to discover the connection between music and upper-level math and science skills (Rauscher, 1996a). Test groups of three-year-olds participated in an adult-led daily singing time or weekly keyboard lessons. The third group, known as the control group, did not receive music training of any kind. While the small motor skills of most three-year-olds would make successful keyboard lessons an improbability, the results of incorporating music into the curriculum were very positive. After eight months, every child who participated in a music-training program increased in his or her spatial intelligence by an average of 46 percent over the control group's six percent increase. The children that showed the most dramatic improvement were the disadvantaged. 
READ MOREhttp://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.528.1314&rep=rep1&type=pdf
CHECK THIS OUT: Children's Performance Opportunities
GOALS TO BE AN LC PAX LEADER (Respectul, Responsible & Safe)
MUSICAL GOALS
A. Reading    B. Inner Hearing   C. Beat & Rhythm   D. Melody
E. Singing Correctly   F. Listening   G. Creating (Improvisation)   H. Writing
I. Part Work   J. Form   K. Terminology   M. Music History   
N. Movement & Dance
NON-MUSICAL GOALS
A. Discipline   B. Develop Self-Confidence
C. Concentration   D. Physical Abilities
E. Social Skills   F.Intellectual abilities affecting all of the intelligences.
G. Interdisciplinary work
TOOLS OF TEACHING
A. Solfege using the moveable do system.
B. Rhythm Syllables based on an American System for Vocal music.
C. The highest quality of authentic teaching material; using American Folk songs as the  basic song material, expanding into folk material from other cultures.
RULES
1) Be kind & respectful  2) Raise your hand to talk. 3) Follow directions the first time they are given. 4) Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
5) Stay in your seats unless otherwise directed.
GRADES
Grades are based on Behavior/Participation, Assessments and paperwork.
 
Behavior/ Participation Grade
These grades will be labeled behavior/participation on our website.  
Your child will receive a 100 % for every day in music class without 
having a name and check on the board for not following the rules. 
 They just need to follow the rules and do their best.
Ways to have points taken away:
-a check during music class (see discipline policy)
-not cooperating or not participating in class
Ways to earn extra credit points
-I usually pick 2-4 students for exceptional behavior and class participation.  These students are recognized a Super Star Musicians.  They will receive an extra 100 for music class that day along with their reward.
Paperwork & Assessments:  Any paperwork can be revised for a better grade.  Assessments can not be retaken, but extra credit work is available upon request.
Note:  If a class is missed for an excused absence, a field trip, snow day or vacation, the student automatically gets credit for that day.
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PLEASE HELP THE MUSIC BOOSTERS RAISE MONEY FOR OUR CHILDREN!
Here is how to help raise money for your children's Preschool-12th Grade Music Program!
Sign up for the Kroger Rewards Program ~
  • Go the www.kroger.com
  • Sign into your Kroger Account
  • Click on "Community"
  • Drop down to "Community Rewards"
  • Click "edit" or "enroll now"
  • Search for "Lynchburg Clay Music Boosters" and click "SAVE"
  • THANK YOU!!!! (a portion of your purchase will be credited to the account quarterly)
HELP YOUR CHILDREN BY SIGNING UP FOR AMAZON SMILES :) Easy as 1,2,3:) Thank you!!
 
TO SIGN UP  TO SUPPORT THE LYNCHBURG-CLAY MUSIC BOOSTERS
1) CLICK ON: Your unique charity link: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-2241353
2) This will take you to smile.amazon.com 
3) You will automatically asked if they want to support Lynchburg-Clay Music Booster. 
OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM
Oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars thru the perilous fight,
O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming?
And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
 
 
 
LYNCHBURG-CLAY MUSTANGS FIGHT SONG

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