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    KINDERGARTEN

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    K.ML.1.1 Exemplify proper technique when singing and playing a variety of music. K.ML.2.1 Interpret iconic symbols for rhythms. K.ML.3.3 Create patterrns that illustrate
     steady beat.
    K.ML.3.1 Use improvisation to produce one-phrase responses using two different pitches.
    K.ML.1.2 Use accurate pitch to imitate two-pitched melodic patterns. K.ML.2.2. Recognize iconic symbols for at least two different pitches. K.ML.2.1 Interpret iconic symbols for rhythms. K.ML.3.2 Select vocal and /or instrumental sounds to accompany readings, stores or dramatizations.
    K.ML.1.3 Execute simple rhythms using
     body, instruments, or voice.
    K.ML.2.3 Recognize by sound quarter
     notes and quarter rest durations.
    K.ML.2.2. Recognize iconic symbols for at least two different pitches. K.ML.3.3 Create patterrns that illustrate
     steady beat.
    K.ML.1.4 Recognize how music changes (such as dynamics and tempo). K.ML.3.2 Select vocal and /or instrumental sounds to accompany readings, stores or dramatizations. K.ML.2.3 Recognize by sound quarter
     notes and quarter rest durations.
     
    K.ML.1.5Illustrate a steady beat.      
    K.ML.3.1 Use improvisation to produce one-phrase responses using two different pitches.      

    1ST

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    1.ML.1.2 Use proper technique when singing and playing a variety of music. 1.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns that use iconic or standard notation for quarter notes, quarter rests and beamed eighth notes. 1.ML.3.3: Use iconic notation to compose simple rhythm patterns consisting of quarter notes, beamed eighth notes, and quarter rest durations. 1.ML.3.1 Use improvisation to create two-phrased melodies using three pitches.
    1.ML.1.2 Use accurate pitch to imitate three-pitched melodic patterns.  1.ML.2.2 Execute three-pitch songs with voice and/or instruments. 1.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns that use iconic or standard notation for quarter notes, quarter rests and beamed eighth notes. 1.ML.3.2 Select a variety of traditional and non-traditional sound sources to accompany readings, stories, or dramatizations.
    1.ML.1.3 Execute rhuthmic patterns using body, instruments, or voice. 1.ML.2.3 Use iconic symbols to notate quarter notes and quarter rests. 1.ML.2.2 Execute three-pitch songs with voice and/or instruments. 1.ML.3.3: Use iconic notation to compose simple rhythm patterns consisting of quarter notes, beamed eighth notes, and quarter rest durations.
    1.ML.1.4 Apply changes in dynamics and tempo when
     singing and playing music.
    1.ML.3.2 Select a variety of traditional and non-traditional sound sources to accompany readings, stories, or dramatizations. 1.ML.2.3 Use iconic symbols to notate quarter notes and quarter rests.  
    1.ML.3.1 Use improvisation to create two-phrased melodies using three pitches.      

    2ND

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    2.ML.1.1: Apply problem solving strategies to improve musical technique when singing and playing instruments. 2.ML.2.1 Interpret rhythm patterns using standard notation for half and quarter notes, half and quarter rests, and beamed eighth notes. 2.ML.3.3: Create rhythm patterns using half and quarter notes, half and quarter rests, and beamed eighth notes in duple and triple meter. 2.ML.3.1 Use improvisation to create simple rhythmic and melodic variations on familiar melodies.
    2.ML.1.2 Use accurate ptich to sing three-pitch patterns. 2.ML.2.2 Interpret three-pitch songs that use traditional music notation with voice and/or by playing pitched instruments. 2.ML.2.1 Interpret rhythm patterns using standard notation for half and quarter notes, half and quarter rests, and beamed eighth notes. 2.ML.3.2: Create extended rhythmic patterns over a steady beat.
    2.ML.1.3: Execute extended rhythmic patterns using body, instruments, or voice. 2.ML.2.3: Use standard notation to notate half and quarter notes, half and quarter rests, and beamed eighth notes. 2.ML.2.2 Interpret three-pitch songs that use traditional music notation with voice and/or by playing pitched instruments. 2.ML.3.3: Create rhythm patterns using half and quarter notes, half and quarter rests, and beamed eighth notes in duple and triple meter.
    2.ML.1.4: Apply changes in music to the elements of dynamics, tempo, melody, and form. 2.ML.3.2: Create extended rhythmic patterns over a steady beat. 2.ML.2.3: Use standard notation to notate half and quarter notes, half and quarter rests, and beamed eighth notes.  
    2.ML.3.1 Use improvisation to create simple rhythmic and melodic variations on familiar melodies.      

    3RD

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    3.ML.1.1 Apply elemental changes, including changes to dynamics, tempo, timbre, or texture, when singing or playing music. 3.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns, including notes and rests in 3/4 and 4/4 meter signatures. 3.ML.3.3: Create rhythmic compositions using whole, half, and quarter notes; half and quarter rests; and beamed eighth notes in duple or triple time. 3.ML.3.1: Use improvisation to create rhythmic and melodic ostinato accompaniments.
    3.ML.1.2 Execute the performance of major scale tones using the voice. 3.ML.2.2: Interpret through voice and/or instruments visual representation of the major scale. 3.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns, including notes and rests in 3/4 and 4/4 meter signatures. 3.ML.3.2: Create soundscapes using a variety of sound sources.
    3.ML.1.3 Use instruments to perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately and independently on classroom rhythmic and melodic instruments. 3.ML.2.3: Recognize standard symbols and traditional terms for dynamics, tempo, and articulation. 3.ML.2.2: Interpret through voice and/or instruments visual representation of the major scale. 3.ML.3.3: Create rhythmic compositions using whole, half, and quarter notes; half and quarter rests; and beamed eighth notes in duple or triple time.
    3.ML.3.1: Use improvisation to create rhythmic and melodic ostinato accompaniments. 3.ML.2.4: Use standard symbols to notate rhythm and pitch in 3/4 and 4/4 meter signatures. 3.ML.2.3: Recognize standard symbols and traditional terms for dynamics, tempo, and articulation.  
      3.ML.3.2: Create soundscapes using a variety of sound sources. 3.ML.2.4: Use standard symbols to notate rhythm and pitch in 3/4 and 4/4 meter signatures.  

    4TH

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    4.ML.1.1 Apply expressive qualities when singing or playing a varied repertoire of music representing genres and styles from diverse cultures. 4.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns, including whole, half, dotted half, quarter, and eighth notes and rests in 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 meter. 4.ML.3.3: Create rhythmic compositions with whole, dotted half, half and quarter notes; whole, half and quarter rests; and beamed eighth notes in duple and triple time and which are arranged using a variety of sound sources. 4.ML.3.1: Use improvisation to create stylistically appropriate answers to given rhythmic and melodic phrases.
    4.ML.1.2: Execute the performance of vocal ostinatos, partner songs, counter-melodies, and rounds in two or more parts. 4.ML.2.2: Interpret through voice and/or instruments simple pitch notation in the treble clef in major keys. 4.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns, including whole, half, dotted half, quarter, and eighth notes and rests in 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 meter. 4.ML.3.2: Create compositions and arrangements using a variety of traditional and non-traditional sound sources.
    4.ML.1.3: Use voice and/or instruments to execute melodic movement through pentatonic melodies on the treble staff. 4.ML.2.3: Interpret standard symbols and traditional terms for dynamics, tempo, and articulation while performing music. 4.ML.2.2: Interpret through voice and/or instruments simple pitch notation in the treble clef in major keys. 4.ML.3.3: Create rhythmic compositions with whole, dotted half, half and quarter notes; whole, half and quarter rests; and beamed eighth notes in duple and triple time and which are arranged using a variety of sound sources.
    4.ML.3.1: Use improvisation to create stylistically appropriate answers to given rhythmic and melodic phrases. 4.ML.2.4: Use standard symbols to notate rhythm, meter, and dynamics in simple patterns. 4.ML.2.3: Interpret standard symbols and traditional terms for dynamics, tempo, and articulation while performing music.  
      4.ML.3.2: Create compositions and arrangements using a variety of traditional and non-traditional sound sources. 4.ML.2.4: Use standard symbols to notate rhythm, meter, and dynamics in simple patterns.  

    5TH

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    5.ML.1.1 Illustrate independence and accuracy while singing and playing instruments within a group or ensemble. 5.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns, including whole, half, dotted half, quarter, dotted quarter, eighth, and sixteenth notes and rests in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures. 5.ML.3.3: Create rhythmic compositions using notation for whole, dotted half, half, and quarter notes; whole, half and quarter rests; and beamed eighth notes in duple, triple, and common time and which are arranged using a variety of sound. 5.ML.3.1: Use improvisation to create short songs and instrumental pieces, using a variety of sound sources, including traditional and non-traditional sounds, body sounds, and sounds produced by electronic means.
    5.ML.1.2: Illustrate blending vocal timbres, matching dynamic levels, and responding to the gestures of a conductor while singing in groups. 5.ML.2.2: Recognize pitches on the treble and bass staves, including ledger lines, in order to understand the continuum of standard pitch notation. 5.ML.2.1: Interpret rhythm patterns, including whole, half, dotted half, quarter, dotted quarter, eighth, and sixteenth notes and rests in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures. 5.ML.3.2: Create compositions and arrangements within specified guidelines.
    5.ML.1.3: Use instruments to perform rhythmic, melodic, and chordal patterns accurately and independently on classroom rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic instruments. 5.ML.2.3: Apply understanding of standard symbols and traditional terms for dynamics, tempo, articulation, rhythm, meter, and pitch when reading and notating music. 5.ML.2.2: Recognize pitches on the treble and bass staves, including ledger lines, in order to understand the continuum of standard pitch notation. 5.ML.3.3: Create rhythmic compositions using notation for whole, dotted half, half, and quarter notes; whole, half and quarter rests; and beamed eighth notes in duple, triple, and common time and which are arranged using a variety of sound.
    5.MR.1.2: Use music terminology in explaining music, including notation, instruments, voices, and performances. 5.ML.2.4: Use standard symbols to notate rhythm, meter, pitch, and dynamics. 5.ML.2.3: Apply understanding of standard symbols and traditional terms for dynamics, tempo, articulation, rhythm, meter, and pitch when reading and notating music.  
    5.ML.3.1: Use improvisation to create short songs and instrumental pieces, using a variety of sound sources, including traditional and non-traditional sounds, body sounds, and sounds produced by electronic means. 5.ML.3.2: Create compositions and arrangements within specified guidelines. 5.ML.2.4: Use standard symbols to notate rhythm, meter, pitch, and dynamics.