# MozartMath: Music and Math for Early Learners

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#### 0 Course Introduction 07:20

An overview of the MozartMath course.

#### 1 Lesson 1 Music and Noise 07:13

An introduction to the difference between music and noise.

#### 2 Lesson 1 Music and Noise Activity Review 01:08

Brief explanation of Music and Noise activity page.

#### 3 Lesson 2 Shaping Up 15:13

A review of the four basic shapes and an introduction to actions for each shape.

#### 4 Lesson 2 Shaping Up Activity Review 04:05

A review of the Level 1 worksheet for Lesson 2.

#### 5 Lesson 3 Shape Pattern Review 08:43

Create patterns with the shapes and their actions.

#### 6 Lesson 3 Shape Pattern Review Activity 03:29

A brief explanation of the Level 2 worksheet for Lesson 2.

#### 7 Lesson 4 It's a Shape Party 13:18

An introduction to terminology for playing rhythm patterns and ordinal practice.

#### 8 Lesson 4 It's A Shape Party Review Activity 02:15

Review of Ordinals worksheet.

#### 9 Lesson 5 Feel the Beat 09:22

Recognize the beat of a song and clap or move to the beat.

#### 10 Lesson 5 Feel the Beat Review Activity 02:11

Review the lesson worksheet with finding and counting shapes.

#### 11 Lesson 6 What Tempo Is It? 08:16

Recognize the tempo in music and classify examples as fast or slow.

#### 12 Lesson 6 What Tempo Is It? Activity Review 00:57

Brief explanation of activity worksheet.

#### 13 Lesson 7 Time Out 12:29

An introduction to time signature. Organize beats or counts according to time signature.

#### 14 Lesson 7 Time Out Review Activity 04:48

Review the lesson worksheet about time signature.

#### 15 Lesson 8 Measure Up to the Bar Line 14:16

An introduction to measure, bar line, and double bar line.

#### 16 Lesson 8 Measure Up to the Bar Line Review Activity 03:37

Review bar line, double bar line, time signature, measure on lesson worksheet.

#### 17 Lesson 9 The Music Train 10:25

Compare music symbols to parts of a Music Train.

#### 18 Lesson 9 The Music Train Review Activity 01:24

Brief demonstration of activity worksheet.

#### 19 Lesson 10 All Aboard! 09:49

Review the parts of the Music Train and corresponding music symbols.

#### 20 Lesson 10 All Aboard Review Activity 07:47

Review the parts of the Music Train by completing the lesson worksheet.

#### 21 Lesson 11 The Music Box 09:26

An introduction to the Music Box Buddies.

#### 22 Lesson 11 The Music Box Review Activity 02:33

A demonstration of how to do the lesson worksheet for Lesson 11.

#### 23 Lesson 12 Quick Quarter 11:49

Learn the attributes of a quarter note and quarter rest through an introduction to Quick Quarter.

#### 24 Lesson 12 Quick Quarter Review Activity 00:57

Brief description of activity worksheet.

#### 25 Lesson 13 On the Run 07:25

Review quarter note and rest with time signature, bar line, double bar line, and measure.

#### 26 Lesson 13 On the Run Review Activity 01:53

Review music symbols: quarter note, quarter rest, time signature, double bar line, bar line, measure.

#### 27 Lesson 14 07:11

Review Lesson 13 practice exercise. Introduction to Johann Sebastian Bach.

#### 28 Lesson 14 Review Activity 01:02

Review all music symbols learned so far.

#### 29 Lesson 15 Hello Again 10:25

Practice rhythm patterns using quarter notes and rests in 3/4 time.

#### 30 Lesson 15 Hello Again Review Activity 03:22

Explanation of matching activity worksheets, both Level 1 and Level 2.

#### 31 Lesson 16 The Fourth Quarter 10:21

Practice rhythm patterns with quarter notes and quarter rests using the 4/4 time signature. Introduction to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

#### 32 Lesson 16 The Fourth Quarter Review Activity 01:40

Review rhythm patterns with puzzle pieces.

#### 33 Lesson 17 Laughy Half 09:38

An introduction to the half note and half rest by learning about Laughy Half the Clown.

#### 34 Lesson 17 Laughy Half Review Activity 00:57

Review the Laughy Half the Clown song.

#### 35 Lesson 18 08:31

Review attributes of the half note and half rest. An introduction to Johann Pachelbel.

#### 36 Lesson 18 Review Activity 01:52

Use puzzle pieces to review rhythm patterns.

#### 37 Lesson 19 Double Take 12:41

Review of half note and half rest with rhythm patterns with the 4/4 time signature.An introduction to Johann Strauss II.

#### 38 Lesson 19 Double Take Review Activity 01:38

Review rhythm patterns with puzzle pieces.

#### 39 Lesson 20 Fast and Funny Friends 11:49

Review quarter notes and rests and half notes and rests by playing rhythm patterns in 2/4 time. An introduction to Ludwig van Beethoven.

#### 40 Lesson 20 Fast and Funny Friends Review Activity 01:30

Review attributes of the half note and rest by making a finger puppet of Laughy Half the Clown.

#### 41 Lesson 21 The Last Laughy 14:08

Practice quarter notes and rests and half notes and rests by playing rhythm patterns in 4/4 time.

#### 42 Lesson 21 The Last Laughy Review Activity 03:02

Review half notes and half rests by drawing them on the lesson worksheet.

#### 43 Lesson 22 Hungry Whole 12:52

Learn the attributes of a whole note and whole rest through an introduction to Hungry Whole.

#### 44 Lesson 22 Hungry Whole Review Activity 02:43

Review half notes and rests and rhythm patterns.

#### 45 Lesson 23 Hungry Rides Again 10:59

Practice whole notes and whole rests. An introduction to the repeat sign.

#### 46 Lesson 23 Hungry Rides Again Review Activity 01:47

Review the attributes of the whole note and rest by making a finger puppet.

#### 47 Lesson 24 The Three Musketeers 11:43

Practice all notes and rests by playing rhythm patterns in 2/4 and 3/4 time.

#### 48 Lesson 24 The Three Musketeers Review Activity 00:51

Review the attributes of all notes and rests with a coloring activity.

#### 49 Lesson 25 Choose Your Own Ending 19:35

Review all notes and rests by completing measures on the practice worksheet.

#### 50 Lesson 25 Choose Your Own Ending Review Activity 04:50

Demonstrate understanding of notes and rests by completing measures in rhythm patterns.

#### 51 Lesson 26 Let's Get Together 13:15

Review attributes of notes and rests with matching and guessing games. Sing and play along with children's songs.

#### 52 Lesson 27 More than, Less than, Equal to 15:42

Compare note and rest values with greater than, less than, equal to signs.

#### 53 Lesson 27 More than, Less than, Equal to Review Activity 05:06

Explanation of worksheets, level 1 and level 2.

#### 54 Lesson 28 Memory Lane 05:46

Review notes and rest values by playing two games.

#### 55 Lesson 28 Memory Lane Review Activity 04:15

Review understanding through games.

#### 56 Lesson 29 Music Box Bingo 11:23

Review of music symbols and shapes by playing a matching game.

#### 57 Lesson 29 Music Box Bingo Review Activity 02:30

Review through a matching game.

#### 58 Lesson 30 Finders Keepers 14:59

Graph and analyze data using music symbols.

#### 59 Lesson 30 Finders Keepers Review Activity 02:06

Use music symbols in a graphing activity.

#### 60 Lesson 31 Same or Different 12:06

Graph and analyze data using note and rest attributes.

#### 61 Lesson 31 Same or Different Review Activity 03:00

Compare and contrast through a graphing activity.

#### 62 Lesson 32 Clowning Around 11:01

An introduction to relative position of objects.

#### 63 Lesson 32 Clowning Around Review Activity 01:12

Practice relative position with the lesson worksheet.

#### 64 Lesson 33 Listen to This! 08:40

Play duets with classical music.

#### 65 Lesson 33 Listen to This! Review Activity 02:31

An introduction and explanation of trio pattern cards.

#### 66 Lesson 34 The Cup is Half Full 14:24

Divide a whole into two equal parts or halves.

#### 67 Lesson 34 The Cup is Half Full Review Activity 04:06

Review concept of "half" with lesson worksheet.

#### 68 Lesson 35 It's A Mystery! 08:09

An exercise in grouping with notes and rests.

#### 69 Lesson 35 It's A Mystery! Review Activity 04:57

Explanation of the lesson worksheet about grouping.

#### 70 Lesson 36 Congratulations! 08:00

Celebrate the completion of the program. Review songs.

#### 71 Lesson 36 Congratulations! Review Activity 01:16

Completion certificate instructions.

Course Overview

This engaging Music and Math video course, MozartMath, is an interdisciplinary program teaching math and music. The music instruction includes music theory and instruction on playing rhythm patterns while emphasizing the math concepts that are integral to music. The math in this course is designed as a supplementary math program.

This course includes:

·          Three sections: Music Foundations, Notes and Rests, Math Extensions

·          36 video lessons

·          36 lesson review videos (I explain how to use the worksheet for each lesson)

·          25 quizzes to check for understanding and accompanying answer sheets

·          38 practice worksheets (including Level 1 and Level 2 for certain activities)

·          Over 8 hours of video lessons!

Course Goals

Upon course completion, students will be able to play rhythm patterns using quarter notes and rests, half notes and rests, and whole notes and rests. They will understand time signature and how to organize notes and rests in the measures according to time signature. Students will complete math activities using music symbols.

Target Audience

This video course is primarily intended for early elementary students. This is a great preparatory course for students wanting to learn to read music and play a musical instrument or develop their singing voice.

Course Topics

Section 1: Music Foundations

Beat

Tempo

Time Signature

Bar line, double bar line, repeat sign, measure

Section 2: Notes and Rests

Quarter note and quarter rest

Half note and half rest

Whole note and whole rest

Music appreciation

Great composers (Pachelbel, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss II)

Section 3: Math Extensions

Introduction to variables and equal sign

Classification

Comparing: alike and different

Counting

Shapes, separate a whole into equal parts

Graphing: recording and analyzing data

Grouping

Greater than, less than, equal to

Logical reasoning

Manipulatives

Matching

Measurement

Numerals: recognition and writing

Ordinals

Patterning: identify, copy, create, extend

Problem-solving

Relative positions

Sorting and labeling

MozartMath is founded upon the assumption of the Multiple Intelligence Theory that children are "smart" in different ways and should be taught through a variety of techniques. The lessons take what most children feel is one of their best "smarts"--music--and link it with another "smart"--math. This approach strengthens both "smarts." Children are motivated to learn when they see the real-world application of knowledge. In MozartMath, the real-world application is the creation of music.

Linguistic intelligence: (word smart): lyrics to children's songs teach new concepts, focus on new vocabulary, storytelling

Logical-mathematical intelligence: (number/reasoning smart) numerals, ordinals, note-value exercises, classifying and grouping, analyzing data

Spatial intelligence: (picture smart) pictures of Music Box Buddies, graphing, relative position activities, puzzles, memory games

Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence: (body smart) playing rhythm patterns, beat patterns, art activities, using manipulatives, actions to songs

Musical intelligence: (music smart) singing, learning songs, playing rhythm patterns, playing along with classical music, classifying songs as fast/slow

Interpersonal intelligence: (people smart) playing duets and trios

Intrapersonal intelligence: (self smart) individual projects, self-evaluation of work

• Teacher: Rebecca
• Areas of expertise: Curriculum writing, online education
• Education: Master's of Educational Technology from Arizona State University (2014) Bachelor's of Science from Brigham Young University (1996)
• Interests: Playing the piano, bike riding, reading historical fiction, baking bread, family history research, community involvement
• Skills: Public speaking, online instruction, video editing
• Associations: State licensed teacher, McKay School of Education Alumni Association
• Issues I care about: Equity in education

Teaching is about designing interactions--learner interactions with their teacher, with the content, with other learners, and with themselves. It is thrilling to design these interactions so learners are motivated by the sense of accomplishment with the mastery of new knowledge and new skills.

#### Test Preparation Document

Test Preparation Document

#### Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

#### Puzzle Pieces Overview

Overview of how to prepare and use the puzzle pieces.

#### Lesson Guide

A chart that shows the Lernsys lesson number compared to the Lesson numbers referenced in the videos.

#### All Lesson Worksheet Answer Keys Level 1 and Level 2

Answer keys to worksheets. Level 1 listed first, then Level 2.

#### Lesson 15 Puzzle Pieces

Print and cut along dotted lines. Print on cardstock or laminate so pieces can be used for multiple lessons.

#### Lesson 26 Values Review Game

Print the cards. Child will place the note and rest puzzle pieces on the appropriate card, i.e. quarter notes and rests on the "1" card, half notes and rests on the "2" card, whole notes and rests on the "4" card. Use a timer for repeated practice.

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