In the Field Stood a Birch Tree

1. See the lovely birch in the meadow,
Curly leaves all dancing when the wind blows.
Loo-lee-loo, when the wind blows,
Loo-lee-loo, when the wind blows.

2. Oh, my little tree, I need branches,
For the silver flutes I need branches.
Loo-lee-loo, three branches,
Loo-lee-loo, three branches.

3. From another birch I will make now,
I will make a tingling balalaika.
Loo-lee-loo, balalaika,
Loo-lee-loo, balalaika.

4. When I play my new balalaika,
I will think of you, my lovely birch tree.
Loo-lee-loo, lovely birch tree,
Loo-lee-loo, lovely birch tree.

Student Musical Creations – 3rd Grade

Ms. Holsclaw’s Class

Chill Vibes

Do the Beat

Mexican Mix

Creatures of the Night

Midnight Sky

Jameson’s Song #3

Eric’s Song

The Relaxing Song

May Time


The Beat

Seasons Collapse Part 1

Mr. Langton’s Class

Light Up Expansion



Rockin’ (First Song)

Boom Goes the Firecracker

Lose It

Into the Jungle


Little People

Old West

Blood in the Water

Dark Chi 50


Just Livin’

Black Cat

Tulip Time

Student Musical Creations – 4th Grade

Ms. Robbins’ Class

Storm Streak (Full Version)

Night of Fear


Moonlit Dreams

Hall of Fame

Shrimpy Beat


Ms. Trinchero’s Class


Taylor Swift Remix



One Piece Run



Woodwind Dancing

Untitled Song

( •̀ ω •́ )✧

Untitled Song 2


Cafe Jazz

Drum Attack

Ms. Bannon’s Class

Hall of Sounds

Don’t Give Up on Me


Cuckoo: A Song for Brushing Your Teeth

Raina’s Song #1

Let It Rain

Schubert Impromptu Opus 90 No. 4

New Soundtrap Schedule for Grades 3-5!

The music schedule has changed and so has the schedule for when you will have access to Soundtrap. All grades will have access to Soundtrap during their Live Music Classes…

Live Music Class Schedule:

…. but they will also have access after those classes are over according to the following schedule:

Mondays: Third Grade

Tuesdays: Fifth Grade

Wednesdays: Third Grade

Thursdays: Fifth Grade

Fridays: Fourth Grade

Saturdays and Sundays: Fourth Grade

How to Make an Origami Puppet (Bird Beak)

You can male two “Bird Beaks” and hold them in each hand while you sing Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds. You are one of the birds and the two puppets make three.

Watch this video and see if you can follow the steps and make your own Bird Beak. Origami can sometimes be challenging, so please ask an adult for help if you run into problems.

After you make your two birds, record a video of you sing Three Little Birds in Seesaw.

Here’s the link to the song:

West African Polyrhythms

Try playing these rhythms by clapping your hands or with anything that makes a sound by tapping, shaking, etc.

Teach a friend the rhythm you learned to play and then learn to play a different rhythm that you can play with your friend. Record the two different rhythms together in Seesaw.

You may do this and/or sing with Dideo with the video that’s in your Seesaw lesson.