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Flori Huitt, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction | Heidi Aranda, Senior Director of Curriculum Development

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Grades K-2 OMA - Weeks Six

Primary (K-2) OMA

Week 6 May 11-15

Printable version of this Learning Board (in PDF)

Lesson Title: Bugs!

Music Objectives:

  • Sing various bug-related songs, matching pitch and using characteristic good tone
  • Music Standard: PR.4.Kd, MU.PR.4.1d, MU.PR.4.2d
  • ELA Standard:RL.2, 1.RL.1, 2.RL.1

Lesson Instructions:

  • Listen to these bug songs, and sing along with me! Do your best to match pitch(sing the same notes as me!) and project your beautiful voice! If you want to send your music teacher a recording or video of your performance, they would LOVE to hear it J
  • Head, Thorax, Abdomen(Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes)
  • Every Insect's Body has 3 Parts(If You're Happy and You Know It)
  • Can you name all the parts of an insect's body?
  • Color and label this drawing.If you need a hint, take a peek at this bug! Feel free to send your teacher a picture of your work.
  • If you're still having fun, check out the extension activities!

Extension Activities:

  • Can you solve this insect puzzle? What kind of insect is it? You can go back to the settings pageand select a more challenging puzzle level if you want to!
  • Now that you know the parts of a real insect, can you come up with your own imaginary bug using this BugBuilder?
  • Check out this websitefor fun games that will help you improve your pitch-matching skills!


Projection- When someone projects, they are singing loudly and clearly in order to be heard. This is especially important in the theater when performers don't have microphones.

Pitch- How high or low a note is! When you try to match your teacher's voice in a song, or sing the same note the piano is playing, you are trying to match pitch.

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