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Grades K-2 OMA - Week Five

Primary (K-2) 
Week 5 May 4-8 

Lesson Title: The Very Hungry Caterpillar 
Music Objective:  

  • Identify, create, and perform eighth note and quarter note rhythms 

Music Standard:  MU.CR.2.Kb,  MU.CR.2.1b,  MU.CR.2.2b 
ELA Standard: K.RI.2, 1.RI.2, 2.SL.4     


Lesson Instructions: 

  • Watch The Very Hungry Caterpillar  
  • Can you come up with the Hungry Caterpillar’s menu? Watch and listen to the animation as many times as you need. 
  • How many total food items did the hungry caterpillar eat? After you think about it, have a look at my answer.   
  • Can you create rhythms based on what the hungry caterpillar ate? Write them down. Here is what I came up with. Remember that as long as you have a rhythm value for each syllable, any rhythm can be correct! 
  • If you’re still having fun, check out the extension activities! 

Extension Activities: 

  • Check out this dance lesson all about The Very Hungry Caterpillar, created by OMA’s very own Ms. Melanie!  
  • Did you hear instruments in the animation? Which ones? Do you know which family (string, wind, or percussion) they belong to? 
  • Which foods on the caterpillar’s menu are healthy options? Play one or both of these games to see if you can make healthy decisions! 

Rhythm- Rhythm is one way of organizing sounds and silence that happen during a musical experience. We call them tas, titis, and shhs right now. 
Syllable- The parts or beats in a word. Usually syllables have at least one vowel and accompanying consonants.   

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