Springtime Rhythm

DAF, DAF, DAFF-O-DIL

daffodil

 

In our music classes we use a variety of found objects such as shells, stones, flowers to set out a simple rhythmic pattern. The children can help to arrange the patterns which we chant, clap, pat and dance.

For a springtime pattern arrange Daffodils to form the Pattern : Daf, Daf, Daf- O- Dill.

Then let your children take the lead and see what patterns they come up. Have fun!


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