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Over in the Meadow



Introducing the descending perfect fifth, so\do, and the ascending major sixth do/la. Vocabulary builder! Present and past tense participles.

  • Grade: Kindergarten
  • Origin: USA, South Appalachian – Folk Song
  • Key: E flat Major
  • Time: 4/4
  • Form: ABCB
  • Rhythmintermediate: | ta ti ti ta ti ti | ta ti ti ti ti ta | ta ti ti ti ti ti ti |
  • Pitchesintermediate: do re mi fa so la
  • Intervalsintermediate: so\do, do/la
  • Musical Elements: notes: quarter, eighth; rest: quarter, running eighth notes, tied notes, vocal slur
  • Key Words: USA geography: Appalachia; counting song, counting from one to ten, animal science, meadow, sand, sun, toad, wink, grass, grew, red fox, daddy, counting from one to ten, nest, tree, robin, mother, sycamore tree, chipmunk, hive, queen bee, honey bee, hum, glad, dam, sticks, beaver, built, green, wet, bog, froggy, pollywogs, hop, hopped, sing, snag, ran, run, wink, winked, spin, spun, hop, hopped, owl, owlets, web, pine, spider, rabbit, bunnies; rhyming words for numbers: one/sun, two/grew, tree/three, four/sycamore, five/hive, six/sticks, eight/late, nine/pine, ten/den

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