African drumming in Year 3

Thursday 8th February | 3 comments

Year 3 have been learning how to play the African drums. We have created our own pieces, rehearsed and then recorded them. It takes a lot of concentration to play all together in a group: we tried to smile and play at the same time when recording our music – this was tricky. Lots of smiles, however, when we play our drumming games. Well done Year 3 – you have learned how to play the drums and read crotchets and quavers as well as improving your listening and cooperation skills.

Ms Howells

3 responses to “African drumming in Year 3”

  1. Sheila Singh (Ashwin mum) says:

    Well done all the children. All having great fun and learning different beats. Ashwin plays the Indian drums called (dholki) and the larger drum called dhol at the weekends. He plays at our congregation on Sunday’s.

  2. Karen Chaudhari (Nathan's Mum) says:

    Love it, great drumming (and concentration!)

  3. Kirsty (Charlie's mum) says:

    Great drumming looked like you were concentrating a lot!

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