Peter Peter, If You're Able
Learn Music with Mrs. Jessica • 13m
"Peter Peter, If You're Able" is a drumming activity that teaches ABA form and improvisation.
Materials needed-an electronic device to watch the video lesson on, a drum (or bucket), boomwhacker (or paper towel roll), rhythm sticks (or plastic spoons), and a triangle (or metal spoons).
Difficulty level-younger kids can learn the main drum part and try to play the other instrument parts one at a time. Older kids will play the whole song straight through and will work on counting rhythms and improvising.
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