Playing Instruments – Mole Music

Playing Instruments - Mole Music

This month for the Virtual Book Club we read Mole Music (Live Oak Music Makers) by David McPhail and played musical instruments and listened to music.


What you need: Computer to connect to YouTube, and instruments.

Playing Instruments - Mole Music

We watched some videos of people playing instruments: The Piano Guys, LSO performs ‘Mothership’ (with example improvisers), and Shenandoah Violin Solo – Mairead Nesbitt. We talked about how long they had to practice every day to be good at playing. They pointed out different things from each video that we watched.

Playing Instruments - Mole Music
Playing Instruments - Mole Music

We talked about various instruments we have and played with them. During the playing we talked about how good their were with their instruments and how long it took Mole to get good at playing.

Playing Instruments - Mole Music

I hope you enjoyed our Book Club Post and Here are more books by David McPhail.

Checkout what everyone else is doing in the Virtual Book Club! Also be sure to link up your Jan Brett below!

February’s Author will be Dr. Seuss! That will be a lot of fun next Month! My girls love reading his books!

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5 Responses to Playing Instruments – Mole Music

  1. I love connecting music with literacy. Looks like they really enjoyed themselves.

  2. It looks like you had a hole lot of fun exploring this book. We heard it read a children’s book reading and concert at our local library last week.

    I will be sharing this post on the Read.Explore.Learn. Facebook page tomorrow.

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