Continued development of duration and tempo, rhythm, timbre and texture. Children will spend time performing music on the ukulele but will also do some simple composition work using pitched and un-pitched percussion instruments and voice.
Listening and Appraising
Confidentially recognise a range of musical instruments and the different sounds they make. (Y4a)
Listen to and recall sounds with increasing aural memory (Y4h)
Performing and improvisation
Copy increasingly challenging rhythms using body percussion and untuned instruments where appropriate (Y4d)
Sing as part of an ensemble with confidence and precision (Y4e)
Play and perform in solo or ensemble context with increasing confidence (Y4 f)
Musical Language/Reading and Writing Music
Use musical language to appraise a piece or style of music (Y4c)
Develop an understanding of formal, written notation which included minims and quavers (Y4g)
Dimensions and Structure
Confidently recognise and explore a range of musical styles and traditions and know their basic skill indicators (Y4b)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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