New ClassPlay Songs: Spanish Language and More!

by Abby @ Quaver on May 1, 2014

in In the Quaver Classroom!,QK-5 Curriculum

Introducing 14 New ClassPlay Songs

Visit your Teacher Dashboard this week and click ClassPlay to find new Folk and Spanish Language additions to your ClassPlay Song Library.

You can even watch Quaver demonstrate many of the new songs in our latest webinar – click here to view a clip!

Spanish Pronunciation Activities

Songs like Mi Chacra and Mi Cuerpo include activities to assist students in pronunciation and understanding of Spanish language songs.

Mi Cuerpo

Mi Chacra

Mariachi Performance

Your students will love hearing music performed by the talented band Mariachi Aztlan Utpa from University of Texas Pan American – and learning more about Mariachi music in Quaver’s video interviews on 3 of the songs!

mariachi

Movement

Movement activities in songs like La Raspa will have students moving to the music!

movement

More Folk Songs!

This bunch of new songs includes Home on the Range, Down in the Valley, Oh! Susanna, and Oh, My Darling Clementine, complete with listening and other song-based activities to bring these traditional songs to life in your classroom.

folk

See a complete list of new ClassPlay songs and more program updates at QuaverMusic.com/SiteUpdates.

Not a ClassPlay User yet? Try our free 30-day preview of 7 great ClassPlay songs today. Sign up at QuaverMusic.com/preview.

If you do use ClassPlay in your classroom – try a new song this week and let us know what you think!

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1 Tammy Thiele May 1, 2014 at 1:03 pm

My Classroom Has Been Filled With Squeals And Laughter All Week From Kinder Thru 5th As We Have Been Learning About, Singing And Dancing To Mariachi And American Folk Songs. ThIs Has Been My Easiest Week Of Lesson Plan Preparation Ever! My Students Really Need Movement At This Time Of Year, And It Fits In So Well With Objectives Taught Across The Grades In Our School District Right Now.

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