Make you Move (Group 1)

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Make you Move (Group 1)
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The next several tracks contain a developing series of sound samples. Trust me, you’ll be excited about these because the kids will love doing the movements/motions. They are a great way to release pent-up energy after a long and/or rainy day. My class thinks of TV and movie characters that the sound bites in “10. Make you Move” relate to and moves accordingly. Besides all that, these auditory exercises are good for…..
Connecting attention to and meaning to sound.
Impulse control and personal boundaries.
Problem solving and creative thinking.  
17. Group One
 These movements are just suggestions.
You can do as you see fit for the children in your care.
Children can also do movements standing, moving around a table, or seated.
 Pizacco strings mean to tip toe.
Snare and bass drums means to march as in a parade.
The tinny “Boing” sound means to jump. (Seated bouncing in chairs.)
The harp, flute, and chirping means to fly with arms extended out to the sides.
The conga drums to march and move those hips.
           (Throw arms up for the last beat and say “Hey!”)

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