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3rd grade 7 continents song

7 Continents in this World There are 7 continents in this song that we will sing. 7 continents in this world – in this world that we live in. Europe, Africa, North and South America. (2x) Asia, Australia and Antartica (2x) There are 7 continents in this song that we will sing. The first is […]

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5th grade Magellan song

Magellan Once was a man, his name was Magellan. A portuguese skipper The girls found him cute He sailed with five ships,to find the East Indies, Then come back to Spain, with a bounty of loot. Whoopie ti-yi-yo Oh happy Magellan! Starting your journey with hardly a care. Whoopie ti-yi-yo Strong, brave Magellan! You’ll find […]

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4th grade song Branches of Government

Here is the song that was requested by the students of the fourth grade. They are doing very well and the class would like to continue to progress. BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT The government that oversees the land of the free Has separation of power; it’s divided in three Uses checks and balances most responsibly The […]

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Happy Thanksgiving

This week in music we have continued to work hard for the upcoming concert. Kindergarten, First, and Second grade made all of us a special gift to get us in the holiday spirit. Hope you enjoy and Happy Holidays from the music program. Kindergarten video: First grade video: Second grade video:

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Swing Swing Swing

In the last few weeks the students have been learning in more depth about swing. The music, dance, and the entertainment value that it brought to America in the first half of the 20th century. We have been watching videos, as well as partaking in the enjoyment of swing dancing. As we take a brief […]

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