This is a book that explores the important people and instruments of the orchestra. It is very hands on for students, and even plays the sounds of the different instruments.
This book talks about ten different instruments and how they work. This book is important because it teaches the students about the different instruments that they have, but in a fun and enjoyable way.
I could use music in this book by having the students use the tone blocks for each time the story says, "PLOP!"
I could incorporate music by having the students tap the rhythm sticks together each time the book says, "peck, peck, peck." The students could tap the rhythm sticks together three times.
I could incorporate music in this story by having the students shake the maracas every time the story says "hush!"
I could use the tapping of the rhythm sticks together for each time the story said, "one fell off and bumped its head." The students could tap their sticks together each time I said the word "bumped."
I would incorporate music in this story by using the hand drums for every time Pete the Cat steps in something.
I could incorporate music within this book by using maracas for every "shh" sound throughout the book. The book says "shh" every time the other vehicles are telling the bulldozer to go to sleep.
I would incorporate music in this book by using a sound effect for every time someone goes up and down the stairs. The sound used to go up and down the stairs in the story is, "thump, thump, thump." I could hit the two sticks together to enhance the "thump" sound used throughout the book.
I would use music in this book by shaking the maracas each time the wolf blows a little pig's house down. The maracas would represent the sound of the wind rustling from the wolf's breath.
For this book, I could use the sand blocks for when the cows are typing on the typewriter. The book says "click, clack, clickety clack" and I could rub the sand blocks together for when that sound comes up in the book.
I would incorporate music in this book by using the triangle for every time the doorbell rings. For example, the book says "ding-dong" throughout the book for the sound of the doorbell.