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We composed our own music using animal pictures and sounds, then we thought of our own animals and made sound cards to add to our compositions

We composed our own music using animal pictures and sounds, then we thought of our own animals and made sound cards to add to our compositions 1
We composed our own music using animal pictures and sounds, then we thought of our own animals and made sound cards to add to our compositions 2
We composed our own music using animal pictures and sounds, then we thought of our own animals and made sound cards to add to our compositions 3
We composed our own music using animal pictures and sounds, then we thought of our own animals and made sound cards to add to our compositions 4
We composed our own music using animal pictures and sounds, then we thought of our own animals and made sound cards to add to our compositions 5

Creating our own compositions using animal sounds

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Composing
Show sounds by using pictures
Make a sequence of sounds
Make different sounds with their voices
Identify changes in sound - the children had to guess which new animal had been added to each composition

The girls perform their composition

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Lime Tree Class perform at All Saints Church

Lime Tree Class perform at All Saints Church 1
Lime Tree Class perform at All Saints Church 2
Lime Tree Class perform at All Saints Church 3
Lime Tree Class perform at All Saints Church 4
Lime Tree Class perform at All Saints Church 5
Lime Tree Class perform at All Saints Church 6

Performing

Use their voice to sing

join in with singing

Use instruments to perform

Look at their audience when they are performing

Appraising

Follow instructions about when to play or sing

Enthusiastic practicing for the Spring singalong

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Performing
Use their voice to speak/sing/chant
Join in with singing
Look at their audience when they are performing

Lime Trees are learning songs about plants to coincide with their learning experience

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Appraising -
-Recognise repeated patterns
-Follow instructions about when to play or sing
Performing -
• Use their voice to speak/sing/chant
• Join in with singing
• Use instruments to perform
• Look at their audience when they are performing

We created actions to accompany our song

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Kurtis explains that he's heard this tune somewhere before!

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Appraising - Recognise repeated patterns

Lime Trees perform Boom Chikka Boom

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Performing -
• Use their voice to speak/sing/chant
• Join in with singing
• Use instruments to perform
• Look at their audience when they are performing
• Clap short rhythmic patterns
• Copy sounds
• Make loud and quiet sounds
• Know that the chorus keeps being repeated

Iyaz demonstrates playing fast and slow

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Appraising - Tell the difference between fast and slow
Performing - Use instruments to perform
Composing - Identify changes in sound, make different sounds with instruments

Lime trees compose their own versus to Shake my Sillies out with musical accompaniment

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Composing - Make different sounds with instruments, repeat (short rhythmic and melodic) patterns, give a reason for choosing an instrument, make a sequence of sounds
Performing - Use instruments to perform, join in with singing, look at their audience when performing
Appraising - Follow instructions about when to play or sing, recognise repeated patterns

Time for the tambourine verse suggested by Julia

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Listen to our digital music - Jude loves the rhythm he's created!

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Composing - Make a sequence of sounds, change the sound
Appraising - Tell the difference between a fast and slow tempo, identify two types of sound happening at the same time

Mia, Hayden and Keira working on producing their own digital music programme

Mia, Hayden and Keira working on producing their own digital music programme 1 Identify 2 types of sound happening at the same time
Mia, Hayden and Keira working on producing their own digital music programme 2 Improve their own work

Kurtis explains how to sing in a round

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Charlie asked to perform a solo

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Appraising - Follow instructions about when to play or sing
Performing -Use their voice to sing/speak/chant

- Join in with singing
- Look at the audience when singing
- Copy sounds

 

Lime Trees listened to 'Music for the Royal Fireworks' by George Frederic Handel

Lime Trees listened to 'Music for the Royal Fireworks' by George Frederic Handel 1

Appraising - Say whether they like or dislike a piece of music

Say how a piece of music makes them feel

Tell the difference between loud and quiet sounds

Tell the difference between a fast and slow tempo

 

Lime Trees compose their first tune

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Appraising - Choose sounds to represent different things
- Follow instructions about when to play or sing
Composing - Make different sounds with their voice
- Show sounds by using pictures
- Make a sequence of sounds
Performing -Use their voice to sing/speak/chant

Look at the music we composed, this is the music we followed to produce our performance you just listened too!

 Look at the music we composed, this is the music we followed to produce our performance you just listened too! 1

The Lime Trees Band

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Performing - Use instruments to perform, Use their voice to chant
Composing - Repeat (short rhythmic) patterns
Appraising - Recognise repeated patterns, Follow instructions about when to play or sing

Leah-May

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Performing - Use their voice to sing/speak/chant

Leah, Pashy, Patience and Charlie

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Performing - Use their voice to sing/chant/speak
- Join in with singing
- Look at the audience when singing
- Copy sounds
Appraising - Say whether they like or dislike a piece of music(this is the song they chose after listening to three songs)
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