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Instrument

Music Lesson Plan


Inanna Lewis-Wolfsen and Kaylee Rasmussen
Title: Naughty Kitty Cat Grade Level: 2nd Grade
Source: The Singing Classroom

Materials needed:
A picture of a cat
Finger cymbals (or a spoon and a glass)
Hand drums (or a pot to bang on)
Shakers (or a medicine bottle filled with pebbles)

Procedure:

A.S: What sound does a cat make? What kinds of things do cats do that
would be “naughty”?

1. In this song, our kitty cat is naughty for eating the butter and getting it on
his whiskers. Let’s learn the song: (repeat after me)
Naughty kitty cat
You are very fat
You have butter on your whiskers
Naughty kitty cat
2. When you teach the song, hold up the picture of the cat on the pauses and
make a meow noise.
3. Once the class has learned the song and where all of the pauses are, star t
to incorporate the instruments
4. Instead of making a meow noise in the pauses, play the instrument during
the pause. Take turns switching between the instruments.
Closure:
What noises did we make to create the kitty’s meow? Why was the kitty
called “naughty” in the song?

Educational Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will have learned . . .
Social/ Cognitive Physical Musical Non-
Musical
Emotional Subjects

Taking Remember Learning National “Core” Music Content


Standards Standards Standards
turns ing when how to
playing to play the play Creating
Imagine
1. Singing
instrument instrument different
Plan and Make
s with types of
classmates percussio 2. Play
Evaluate &
Refine
n Instruments
Present
instrumen
ts Performing
3. Improvising Select

Analyze

Interpret
4. Composing
Rehearse,
Evaluate, &
Refine
5. Reading &
Notating Present

Responding
Select
6. Listening Analyze

Interpret

7. Evaluating Evaluate

Connecting
Connect #10
8. Integration
(outside arts) Connect #11

9. History/
Culture