October kicks off my favorite time of year to teach music. The changes in the weather, the rich smells, and the excitement of fall activities all find their place in the music room. It is also so easy to tap into our imaginations this time of year. With the younger Vikings (3K-K), we've been singing songs, playing instruments, and using movement to explore some of these fall themes.
This week I went to visit our wonderful Downtown FPD campus. I get to teach music to them twice a month, and it is such a treat for me! This week, we moved like scarecrows swaying in the wind, we picked up heavy pumpkins, and we got to scold a disobedient kitty--all through song, of course! Here are a few pictures of music with Downtown this week. We meet in the beautiful children's music room of First Presbyterian Church.
|We used the drums and our voices to tell our naughty kitty to "scat" after he got in the butter!|
|Showing off our very heavy pumpkins that we "picked off the vine"|
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