Summer Music Scavenger Hunt
All students from incoming grades 1-4 are able to complete a "Summer Music Scavenger Hunt" that they may use to keep themselves involved with music over the summer!
THIS ACTIVITY IS COMPLETELY OPTIONAL AND IS BEST COMPLETED WITH A PARENT/GUARDIAN'S HELP, OR THE HELP OF A TRUSTED ADULT.
Complete all tasks, write down your answers to the underlined questions, and bring in your completed list to your first day of music class in September. Bonus points for photos or videos! Your completed scavenger hunt could win you the opportunity to win great prizes and incentives!!
- Find a new song to listen to. What is its title and artist?
- Ask an adult you know about a concert they have been to. What concert was it? When did it happen? What did you learn?
- Research a new musical instrument. What instrument did you find?
- Pick a favorite Broadway Musical! What did you pick? Why?
- Try a new line dance. (A line dance is an organized dance to a specific song, that many people know, such as the Macarena or Cha Cha Slide.) What dance did you try? Bonus points if you teach your family or show Miss Burke!
- Read a story about music. What story did you read? What was the story about?
- Listen to a song that makes you happy. What song is that, and why?
- Meet a very talented musician/performer. Who did you meet and where?
- Attend an event with live music. Where did you go? What did you hear?
- Perform a song/dance for your family. This can be any of the songs that we've learned in music class, or a song from the radio! What did you perform?