Baking, Cooking, Kitchen Theme for Thanksgiving Music Making

  • A Baking/Cooking Theme for Musical Holiday Food lessons!

    (Any questions on any of these, just click Ask Lynn on the homepage of Music Box! Not a member? send questions to info@musicrhapsody.com.  Lynn is ready to help!)

    What are you baking? Sing or Chant this rhyme, the soloist will let us know what's in the oven!

     1, 2, 3, 4    Play on the beat for the numbers

    Coming through the Kitchen Door Play the rhythm of the words

    5, 6, 7, 8    Play on the beat for the numbers

    Making (bisquits, turkey, muffins, gravy), I can’t wait!  Play the rhythm of the words.

    How many people are you feeding?  How many sausages should we make? (Rhymes for rhythm sticks.)

    Lets make two! Tap rhythm sticks while counting "1, 2"

    Two little sausages, frying in a pan Quickly rub the smooth stick over the ribbed stick

    One went pop   Tap the smooth stick on the ribbed stick when you say “pop”

    And one went bam!  Hit both sticks on the floor

    But what if you need four? Tap rhythm sticks while counting 1, 2, 3, 4

    Four little sausages, frying in a pan, two went pop and two went bam!

    But what if you need six? Tap rhythm sticks while counting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

    Six little sausages, frying in a pan, three went pop and three went bam!

    Eight little sausages….etc.

    Give students a match challenge....How many are coming for dinner at your house? How many pop? How many bam?

     

    Popcorn, popcorn, put it in a pan Tap sticks 8 times to the beat

    Shake it up, shake it up Quickly rub the smooth stick over the ribbed stick

    Bam bam bam! Hit both sticks on the floor on each “Bam”

     

    The Bakery Truck  (From Kids Make Music, Babies Make Music Too! and Rhythm Readers Lessons and lynnkleinersmusicbox.com) See Music Box Downloads for free visuals and lesson videos. See Lynn's Youtube Channel for videos of the lesson with students.

     Holiday Time must include My Musical Gingerbread Man! Get the free lesson in Music Box Downloads.

    Check out the adorable Gingerbread Boy felt set!

    Peanut Butter Jelly (great for Orff, solo singing, echos) (From the book/CD My Trip to the Mountains Book/CD), www.musicrhapsody.com/shop

    Apple Tree from Farm Songs and the Sounds of Moosic and Rhythm Readers and Melody Makers lesson plans. The song refers to two things we can make out of apples. But its a lot of fun having students think of what they want to make from apples! Change the words of the song to what the students want to make. I have heard amazing ideas of what to make from the apples:

           Apple Pie, Apple Cobbler, Apple Crisp, Apple Crumble, Applesauce, Apple Butter, Apple Fritters, Candy     Apples, Apple Pizza, Apple Pancakes, Apple Stuffing, Apple Sausage, Apple Stuffing.....

           And for more student decisions, students need to decide (and sing the solos) on what kind of apples and    how many.  Kinds of Apples? So many! Thousands!  Here's Some: Red Delicious, Pink Lady, Honeycrisp, Granny Smith, Fuji, Gala, McIntosh,

    Also from Farm Songs and the Sounds of Moosic, guess who wants to come to dinner? My special friend, Donnie the Donkey! You know what happens if you don't feed him!!

     

    Puppets, felts, books with CDS, available at www.musicrhapsody.com.

    All Around the Kitchen from lynnkleinersmusicbox and Recorder Rookies lesson plans. Includes “Let’s Spice it Up!” FREE Downloads including the recording in www.lynnkleinersmusicbox.com

    Check out all the Episodes of Kitchen Music, including the All Around the Kitchen video here.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3uyU6cQ3ys

2 comments
  • Crystal Peralta likes this
  • Crystal Peralta
    Crystal Peralta OH MAN! My kiddos are going to LOVE doing with with our shakers and rhythm sticks! This is definitely an infectious rhyme. I can see them requesting it over and over again. I'll try it Monday and see how it goes! I'll be sure to share the experience here ...  more
    Nov 5
  • Lynn Kleiner
    Lynn Kleiner just like a recipe...this I've added a bit more of my own ideas! ha! see the additions!