Today is the first day of spring! I’m so excited to be hearing the birds singing, calling, and tweeting again. Listening to birds is a pastime for me. I love to be able to identify birds that I hear outside. I have another fun and easy 15-Minute Music Lesson Freebie for you today that’s all about Birds in Classical Music. Specifically, you’ll study “The Aviary” by Camille Saint-Saens.
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- A full music lesson plan about birds in classical music, focusing on the piece “The Aviary” by Camille Saint-Saens
- Links to listen to the music and learn about musical concepts and the composer
- 4 Notebooking Pages for your kids to do while learning about the music
- Resources you can get at the library, etc. to further your studies
- A list of 25 more classical pieces that feature “birds” so you can extend the lesson on birds in classical music if you wish.
You can see this entire lesson over at Only Passionate Curiosity. In the meantime, download your free printable pack now! (You’ll be added to the Music in Our Homeschool newsletter list. If you are already a part of the mailing list, you’ll be entering your email just to receive the download link.)
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