Final Assignment

Hello Snow Students! This week I would like for all of the students to catch up on any assignments that they may have missed during this online process. This will be the final assignment for the 2019-2020 school year. That means if you have already completed everything you are done for the year. Thanks to all of you have put in the effort and completed out all of the music assignments. Please spread the word among your classmates as well.

Music Challenge Week of 5/18/20

Please remember to join the google classroom if you haven’t. The links are below on the blog if you scroll down. The assignment for this week will be posted here and in the google classroom as well. Please click the link below for this weeks assignment. The first thing you should do is to click on Mr. Stinson when you follow the link. This isn’t the same link as last week.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-pazabKj9jBmLB_wtXfYCXVt_RXcgXq8VVBD58dhO2c/edit?usp=sharing

Music Challenge Week of 5/11/2020

Starting next Monday assignments will be posted weekly on Monday. Please remember to join the google classroom if you haven’t. The links are below on the blog if you scroll down. The assignment for this week will be posted here and in the google classroom as well. Please click the link below for this weeks assignment. The first thing you should do is to click on Mr. Stinson when you follow the link. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1hL70C4I3DLm0hZTBXYMUVZ9h6Ta9fcIF8y9sovfq8wA/edit?usp=sharing

Challenge Week of 4/27/20

This week there are 2 seperate challenges for Lower Grades K-2 and Grades 3-5

Challenge for grades 3-5 https://forms.gle/Xfq7BLYymEn1uyoY7

Challenge for grades K-2 https://forms.gle/Y34i7yXZrhqZxKBN7

Join the Google Classroom Please!

 Click on the highlighted link below and should take you to the classroom.  Just like joining your classroom teachers google classroom, hit the plus button in the top right hand corner.  Type in the classroom code for your grade level.  Look forward to hearing from you all and hope all is well!  Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Kindergarten: qc47lii

First Grade 5gme2su

Second Grade eio3kgn

Third Grade p2b4gdg

Fourth Grade y764hmb

Fifth Grade wxjvxhp

Music Week of 4-20-20

Weekly Challenges

I got the awesome idea of weekly challenges for students from some of my awesome music colleagues here in our district.

Challenge 1: Using instruments found around you watch a video and play your instruments following the online conductor.

Challenge 2: Using anything you can write with, crayons, markers or pencils, Create your own rhythm using 4/4 time signature. I gave an example for each grade. Kindergarten is excluded from this challenge.

The form is posted here and also in our google classroom. https://forms.gle/oTLSFECFpYHVFjaE8

Office Hours

I will be available through email on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30-2:30pm. I also check my email regularly throughout the week at stinsog@dearbornschools.org. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Don’t forget to check out the links to join google classroom in last weeks post below.

Google Classroom

HELLO SNOW STUDENTS!I created a Google Classroom with for Each Grade Level with Resources for all snow students please check it out.  I also have information posted on my blog https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/stinsog/  please check it out.  Here are the links for each grade level of the google classroom.  Click on the highlighted link below and should take you to the classroom.  Just like joining your classroom teachers google classroom, hit the plus button in the top right hand corner.  Type in the classroom code for your grade level.  Look forward to hearing from you all and hope all is well!  Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Kindergarten: qc47lii

First Grade 5gme2su

Second Grade eio3kgn

Third Grade p2b4gdg

Fourth Grade y764hmb

Fifth Grade wxjvxhp

Music Education Concert Webcasts and Resource Guides

Educational Concert Webcasts and Resource Guides
Our Classroom Edition webcasts of Educational Concerts are available to stream for free any time. These concerts are great tools for students to learn critical listening skills while exploring orchestral music, music history, and composers. Each concert has an accompanying Resource Guide full of lessons and activities based on NAfME and Common Core standards.For example, check out our 2018 performance of A Symphony of Science and learn about how physics and anatomy combine to create music