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Read a Song, Sketch a Song

Read a Song, Sketch a Song

Play your child's favorite song or sing it together. Talk about what makes this song a favorite. Have your child write down their favorite lyric, verse or even the chorus. Encourage your child to:

  • write about why they like this song or what the main idea of the song is;
  • create a sketch that illustrates the lyric;
  • draw a picture that represents how they feel when they listen to the song:
  • write a new verse to the song and perform it.

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Topics: Daily Lit Bit, Daily Remote Learning Tip

Wed, Jun 23, '21

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