All Curriculum is planned and designed utilizing the Indiana State Music Standards which can be found at https://learningconnection.doe.in.gov
Third 9 Weeks
Third 9 Weeks
K.3.2 Respond to teacher sang/played phrases
with a similar phrase.
K.6.2 Distinguish vocal, instrumental, and
K.8.1 Describe musical concepts of high or low,
fast or slow, and loud or soft through moving
1.3.2 Improvise a short rhythm to be echoed by
1.3.3 Invent and perform a short ostinato to sing or
play with a familiar song.
1.6.2 Identify various vocal, instrumental, and
1.9.2 Identify music from various historical eras
and cultures through singing, listening or
2.2.5 Play simple ostinatos while others sing.
2.2.6 Follow the cues of a conductor with regard to
tempo and dynamics.
2.5.2 Notate quarter, eighth, and sixteenth notes,
and quarter rests using iconic or standard
2.6.4 Identify families of orchestral instruments by
sight and sound.
2.6.5 Identify voices as those of children, adult
males or adult females.
3.2.3 Play instruments in a group with a steady
beat, appropriate dynamics, and correct
3.3.2 Improvise a rhythmic accompaniment to a
3.3.3 Perform a composition with opportunities for
free improvisation at various intervals.
3.5.7 Understand and use symbols for forte, mezzo
forte, mezzo piano, piano, crescendo, and
3.5.8 Understand and use the symbols for fermata,
octave, and D.C. al fine.
3.6.2 Identify musical forms AB, ABA, and rondo
forms using movement and symbols.
4.1.3 Sing a diverse repertoire of songs with varied
accompaniment and including other cultures
and languages, adding any movement
considered intrinsic to authentic performance
of the music.
4.1.4 Add an ostinato, round, or partner song to a
4.4.1 Compose a melody for a verse of a selected
poem and notate it using traditional means.
4.5.1 Read, play, and notate patterns of whole,
half, quarter, eighth, and sixteenth notes,
and rests in duple and triple meters using
5.3.3 Improvise melodic and rhythmic variations of
learned songs by singing and using
5.3.4 Independently and cooperatively improvise
successive melodic phrases to create a
5.4.4 Collaboratively plan and perform a vocal or
instrumental melody and accompaniment
within established guidelines.
5.5.1 Read, notate, and perform quarter, dotted
quarter, eighth, half, dotted half, sixteenth,
and whole notes, and quarter, half, and whole
rests in meters of 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, and 6/8.
6.1.6 Follow the cues of a conductor.
6.4.2 Compose melodies to be played with a given
ostinato or accompaniment.
6.4.3 Create a song in an appropriate meter to
accompany an original descriptive text of at
least four phrases.
6.5.1 Read and notate whole, half, dotted half,
quarter, dotted quarter, eighth, and sixteenth
notes, and quarter, half and whole rests in
2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8, 3/8, alla breve, and
6.5.2 Identify and notate rhythms and melodies
from aural examples.
6.5.3 Read and perform songs from notation and
sight read new songs from simple musical
6.5.4 Read and perform music in the keys of C, G,
and F major.