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Most schools introduce stringed instruments at third or fourth grade. Wind instruments. The selection of band/orchestral wind instruments can begin in fifth grade. Younger children can gain valuable experience on the baroque recorder beginning in second grade. 28 Ma ogether king Music T RESOURCES CHILDREN’S BOOKS Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin by Lloyd Moss Duke Ellington by Andrea David Pinkney The Bremen Town Musicians by the Brothers Grimm RESOURCE BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS Many books define what’s possible in music education, contain songs and pieces specifically chosen for young children, and present activities and strategies useful in helping children grow with music.
For young children, keep the gallery activities simple. Think about those that would engage your child: Read a children’s book that relates to your museum visit. Reading can take place at home or at the museum. Select a book that has a theme that relates to the art you plan to see. Some works of art actually have children’s books written about them. See several different artworks that relate to the same theme. Create a personalized tour for your child using postcards from the gift shop. ) Your child can look at and talk about the postcards before the visit to the museum.
We can also help them observe and respect their own cultural traditions and those of other people. ENGAGING YOUNG CHILDREN IN THE FOLK ARTS Folk arts are commonly practiced by most children in everyday life through neighborhood games, songs, and rhymes repeated in play, as well as in celebrations that represent family traditions. For children, it is likely that the term “folk arts” is unfamiliar, even though the practices may be well known. Children develop a personal repertoire in the arena of folk arts through interactions with family members, classmates, and friends.