The last day of school before Winter Holidays, we will have Pitner’s 1st “Winter Sing-Along”!!! The Pitner Chorus will be performing and some of our faculty will share their talents as well.
We’ll be watching and singing along with these videos in class to prepare us for the big day. If you would like practice at home, here are some videos of the songs we’ll be singing:
Frosty the Snowman
Jingle Bell Rock
This Little Light of Mine
I hope you are making plans to attend PTSA’s “Dinner with Santa” this Friday evening. The Pitner Chorus will be performing from 6:00-6:25 on the cafeteria stage and we would love to see you there!
Ms. Scale’s 4th Grade class – doing a super job with no help from me!
Just a reminder that the Pitner Chorus will be a part of Wildwood Baptist Church’s “Celebration of Veterans” tonight at 7:00. The program will be hosted by Senator Bruce Thompson, and musical guests will feature the Pitner chorus, the Palmer Middle School chorus, the cobb New Horizons Band, and Vintage Mix – a quarter of 16-year-old quadruplets who travel the country singing inspirational and patriotic music.
The program will begin at 7pm and end right around 8pm.
Hope to see you there!
Ms. Beimfohr’s 1st Grade loves Lucy Locket!
Ms. Baker’s 2nd grade helped Ms. Bryant finish the notation to Hot Cross Buns!
I have been having a little bit of trouble getting videos to upload to my blog. (Which is embarrassing because I have already done it, and I can’t remember how I did it exactly….)
BUT – I have posted some videos of 4th and 5th grade on my Twitter feed. Look up @Pitnermusic and you just might see you or someone you know and love!
Ms. Rownd’s class did a super job adding a “Din Din Don” vocal ostinato to Frere Jacques!
I really love this rotation’s first grade lesson, because I get to teach one of my favorite “surprise” songs (Good Night, Sleep Tight) while reading one of my favorite books, Time for Bed by Mem Fox (illustrated by Jane Dyer). Always one of the students says, “I *love* that book!”
This was one of my favorite go-to bedtime books for my own children, and I’m sure yours would love it, too. It’s available at the Cobb County Library, and very reasonably priced on Amazon:
While you read it, let your child teach you the song with its “surprise” at the end.