Arts Education K-6 Music Lessons

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These lessons from California State University all include an aspect of music instruction for grades K-6, but they also show how to integrate other arts disciplines into music instruction. Many of the lessons include integration with visual art, and some with dance. The lesson plans include objectives, procedure, vocabulary, materials list, and often references for further study.

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