Where’s your bone?
Somebody stole it from your home.
- One student plays the “Doggie” and sits in a chair facing away from the rest of the students. As the students sing the song (usually twice), the teacher (or another student) hands a dog bone* to a student, who hides it in his/her lap. All other students pretend to hide the bone also. Student in chair turns around and gets 3 guesses to figure out who has the bone.
- Option 1 – The person who has the bone in his/her lap becomes the new “Doggie.”
- Option 2 – (to give more students the chance to play) Whether he/she guesses correctly or not, the teacher chooses a new “Doggie” and a different person to hold the bone.
Recorder Notes EGA
- songs about dogs
- game songs
- mi, so songs
- mi, so, la songs
- EGA recorder songs
- songs with short / long sounds
- songs with Orff arrangements
- songs with chords I & IV
- songs for solo singing
- pitch matching rubrics
- Kindergarten lessons
- lesson ideas
Extras for Plus Members
(or available for purchase here)
- Printable & Digital Visuals
- Song with chords, 2 Orff Arrangements, Lesson ideas for Rhythm (long & short), Melody (mi, so | mi, so, la | pitch matching rubric), Student recorder copies (E,G,A)
- MIDI file
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