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While Mr. Doublestein is away

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William Doublestein

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While Mr. Doublestein is away
K
indergarten
1
st Grade
2
nd Grade
3
rd grade
4
th grade
5
th grade
Discussion Questions
Step 1: Teacher
reads the book
Step 2: Students
watch the film
Step 3: Class discusses
the following questions
Step 4: Student volunteers
explore the iPad app
TIME PERMITTING
THE FANTASTIC FLYING BOOKS
OF MR. MORRIS LESSMORE
Hello World!
Students listen and sing
along if they know the words
Old MacDonald Had A Farm
Teacher reads the book
while students sing along
Shake Your Sillies Out
Students stand up and
dance along with the song
Students watch
this silly video
Classy Songs With Larry
"Let It Go" from Frozen
Students watch video and then
teacher leads a short discussion
on their favorite Disney movies
The Wheels On The Bus
Teacher reads the book
while students sing along
STOMP- Newspapers
Students watch video and then
teacher leads a short discussion
on everyday objects that could
become musical instruments.
Instrument Exploration
Teacher helps students take turns
exploring unpitched percussion
instruments on the back counter.
Note to teacher: There may not be enough time
to complete all activities. Feel free to pick those
activities which make you feel most comfortable.
1) What song did you hear
repeated throughout the film?
2) Why do you think the color
in this story comes and goes?
3) One of the morals of this story
is that everyone has a story. What
kind of story do you want to live?
THE FANTASTIC FLYING BOOKS
OF MR. MORRIS LESSMORE
Step 1: Teacher
reads the book
Step 2: Students
watch the film
Discussion Questions
Step 3: Class discusses
the following questions
1) What song did you hear
repeated throughout the film?
2) Why do you think the color
in this story comes and goes?
3) One of the morals of this story
is that everyone has a story. What
kind of story do you want to live?
Step 4: Student volunteers
explore the iPad app
TIME PERMITTING
Old MacDonald Had A Farm
Teacher reads the book
while students sing along
Shake Your Sillies Out
Students stand up and
dance along with the song
Students watch
this silly video
Silly Songs With Larry
Frozen by The Piano Guys
Students watch and later discuss their
favorite parts about the video. The stringed instrument is called a "cello."
The Wheels On The Bus
Teacher reads the book
while students sing along
Peter And The Wolf
Students watch video and then try to
remember which instruments represent
each character. Go down for answers.
Instrument Exploration
Teacher helps students take turns
exploring unpitched percussion
instruments on the back counter.
Note to teacher: There may not be enough time
to complete all activities. Feel free to pick those
activities which make you feel most comfortable.
Heads Shoulders Knees And Toes
Students stand up, sing,
and perform motions.
Peter- The Strings
Sasha the bird- Flute
Sonya the duck- oboe
ivan the cat- clarinet
grandpa- bassoon
hunters- drums
wolf- french horns
Rhapsody In Blue
In this video Mr. Doublestein is
playing an instrument called a
marimba with his cousin who is
playing the piano. Behind them
is a Disney animation to the piece
"Rhapsody In Blue" by the composer
George Gershwin. This is Mr.
Doublestein's favorite piece.
Discussion Questions
1) The color blue is sometimes used to show sadness, and a "Rhapsody In Blue" is a song about being sad. Why do you think each of the four main characters (above) are so blue?
2) What do the four characters want, and eventually get, to make them happy?
3) What was your favorite part of Mr. Doublestein's performance?

Did You Know?
Mr. Doublestein had to practice 14 months
to learn this piece! That's over a year!
Bill nye the science guy
Rhapsody In Blue
In this video Mr. Doublestein is
playing an instrument called a
marimba with his cousin who is
playing the piano. Behind them
is a Disney animation to the piece
"Rhapsody In Blue" by the composer
George Gershwin. This is Mr.
Doublestein's favorite piece.
Discussion Questions
1) The color blue is sometimes used to show sadness, and a "Rhapsody In Blue" is a song about being sad. Why do you think each of the four main characters (above) are so blue?
2) What do the four characters want, and eventually get, to make them happy?
3) What was your favorite part of Mr. Doublestein's performance?

Did You Know?
Mr. Doublestein had to practice 14 months
to learn this piece! That's over a year!
The Invisible Drumset
Students watch to see the
power of sound effects.
I Like To Move It!
Students stand up and dance.
STOMP- Brooms
Students watch video and
brainstorm other household items that could be used as instruments.
ife skills
L
1) Treat others with respect
2) Participate and do your best
3) Talk only when appropriate
4) Have fun, but don't be crazy
Rules
Student volunteers come up to board and pick which videos to watch.
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