Highlights from Day 4 of Carnival of the Animals Music Camp


A fun review game of hangman to start off Day 4 of our Carnival of the Animals music camp!

Learning all about the Science of Sound and how the ear works.

For the math whizzes of the bunch – compute these 32nd notes!

Practicing technique concepts on each other!

Interval Intuition – Can they feel the right interval in their fingers even when they’re not looking?

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2 thoughts on “Highlights from Day 4 of Carnival of the Animals Music Camp

  1. What ages do you recommend for the Carnival of the Animals camp? I would like to use is but don’t want it to be too hard for younger children. I also don’t want older ones to feel as though they’re doing baby things, such as coloring.

  2. Hi Emily!

    I used it with students ages 8-15 and they all enjoyed it. I’ve incorporated coloring activities while listening to music into several of my camps and I’m always amazed at how much even the older ones seem to enjoy it. I think sometimes it’s nice for them to have a chance to slow down and just do something restful in their otherwise fast-paced lives! Younger students may not comprehend everything, but they absorb a lot, and most of the activities can be tailored to the age group of students. You’re always welcome to purchase and look over the materials and if it doesn’t look like they will work for you, I’ll be happy to give you a refund. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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