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This year is my 14th year at West Clayton Elementary. I love exploring all types of music! Bring your excitement to class and let's see what we can accomplish together!
4th and 5th Graders will be using a recorder instrument in their remote learning (Plan B and Virtual) this year. We will begin instruction with these on our remote learning days beginning September 8th, so place them in a safe location and Plan B kids, leave them at home for safe, home use only as they are a wind instrument that requires you to blow air thru it. For those who would like to purchase their own recorder instrument, here are some suggestions.
1. WCES usually purchase the HARMONY Traditional H147B Soprano Recorder; however, a Yamaha 20-Series 3-Piece C-Soprano Recorder has been also used in the past. Both are good quality and come in a variety of colors for you to choose from. There are other recorders available that are ok, but may be slightly more expensive.
2. You can find this item or a comparable Soprano Recorder at the following websites:
These sites are here for your help and convenience. You may also find the instruments at other stores or websites, these are only a starting point and not meant to be the only places they can be purchased.
Music Class Schedule:
Looking for activities for music: Click the "What we are doing in the Music Classroom" page for a link to all activities.
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