If we had a dollar for every time we asked our upper elementary and middle school choir students to watch us while they sing, we'd all be rich!
The goal in this offering is to give you four quick, memorable, fun activities to help your young singers learn the important concept of how important it is to watch the conductor while they sing! You can use the activities all at once or break them up over time. Each activity will take under 5 minutes to teach. You are likely to get a lot of mileage out of these exercises, and the ideas are likely to make you think of even more ways to help your students learn the importance of watching the conductor!
In this offering, you will get:
*15 page power point with guidelines and rules for the four activities.
*YouTube links of Mr D talking to the camera directly to you to describe in detail how he uses the activities with his students.
*YouTube links of Mr D actually doing the activities with his beginning choir students.
Get outrageous with "Keep your Eyes on Me!" ...and maybe...just maybe... you won't have to say "Watch me" again!
Mr D is the creator of the S-Cubed Middle School Sight Singing Program for Beginners. For more info, go to: