Todd Ukena - Ukena Music
Bouncing physical education into the music room provides opportunities for students to have more physical activity while still demonstrating music listening skills. Kinesthetic learning maneuvers students through several loco motor movements including marching, tip-toeing, hopping, jumping, galloping and more. While loco motor movements are meant to increase heart rate, having parts to chant or sing will change breathing patterns, further increasing the aerobic benefit. Use the part-singing supplement to develop critical thinking skills and to provide opportunities for students to sing independently within a two, three, four or five part song.