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Keeping Music Fun for Grades 3 - 5 (2:00)

Keeping Music Fun for Grades 3 - 5 (2:00)

Course: Keeping Music Fun for Grades 3 - 5

Instructor: Mr. Scott Johnson


Price: $200

Class Description: Students will continue their introduction to music education in this fun group atmosphere that will reinforce skills learned (K-2) and train newcomers as well. This course will expand our use of music through movement, games, singing, playing desk-bells, videos, and instrument activities as well as add new skills utilizing percussion, ukulele, recorder, early piano and guitar.

Curriculum: Prodigies for the YOUNG MUSICIAN-Rob YoungMaking  Music Fun-Scott Johnson

*Note: Mr. Scott uses as a resource account for K-5, as well as writes his own course materials that will all be handed out in class as needed.

Homework Requirements: Practice the song of the week

Duration: 28 weeks

Books and Supplies required for purchase by families:

*required: 1. In class set-up of the FREE desk-bells app on parents’ preferred mobile device of choice.
*not-required: 2. Your child’s on set of desk-bells (CNDBD) to enhance the class experience. Can be bought from Mr. Scott or then sold to future up-coming grades when finished.

Grading: No grades but in class quizzes will be given.

Teacher Bio: Scott Johnson is owner at SetApart Music in High Point. He holds a degree in Sacred Music Education from Gardner-Webb University. He is known locally for his work with Modern Worship Bands, All-County Band auditions, and Song-Writing Workshops. He has released two public studio albums and has been performing in the Triad for the past 10 years. He enjoys his music-mission given by Christ, and the support of his lovely wife Kerri. For more info. visit: or FB:setapartmusicnc.


He is excited to return to the FE community for his 3rd year and looks forward to helping each student become the best they can be. Under Scott’s mentorships, his students have moved into leading worship at their churches, writing and recording albums now on YouTube, and enjoying small group bands and playing opportunities in various communities.

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