Second Grade Page
Welcome Back Horbelt Singing Dolphins!


Dear All Second Grade Parents,

My name is Ms. Sawall and I am your child's music teacher. On this page, you will find classroom information & musical materials your child is learning. In addition, you will find information about the second grade show being performed in the spring. Your child has music once a week which means that over the course of a school year, I see them only 30 times.


The second grade show will be happening on Friday, March 31st at 10am in the RLHS gymnasium. All students should be working on their parts for the put coming show. The only students that need a costume are:

The narrators who should wear all black and the teacher who should wear professional clothes. Everyone else can where Horbelt pride t-shirts or blue or turquoise shirts with gray, black or white pants.

Please visit this page often during the school year, as a way to stay informed & involved with what your child is learning in music. Music has proven over the test of time to help boost moral, attitude and academics. Let's have a great musical year!
                            


Below are the songs and words to help you practice for our second grade show this year. Please click on the words below to help assist in your practice. 


Viva Vernal Equinox.mp3

Currency.mp3

Food Pyramid.mp3

I've Been Workin on the Railroad(math facts edition).mp3

10 The Nature of Weather.mp3

Where No One Has Gone Before.mp3

11 Rhythm Is Math.mp3


2nd Grade Show Lyrics


Ask Me's are questions parents can ask their child each week to help them stay informed as to what their child is learning in music.


ASK ME WEEK 11:
 What is a steady beat? What are some examples of a steady beat? There are two kinds of beats, what are they called? We talked about 3 different meters. How do you conduct in a meter of 2, 3 & 4? How do you move in a meter of 2, 3 & 4? What are some words that are in a meter of 2, 3 & 4? 

ASK ME WEEK 12:
 What is an ostinato?

ASK ME WEEK 13: What does it mean to improvise something?

ASK ME WEEK 14-20: Let's practice our show songs and parts.

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