2 3 12 bongos, maracas, and xylophones (social studies)

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by Lisa Benjamin H O UG H T O N MIF F L IN by Lisa Benjamin PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS: Cover (l) DK Khattiya/Alamy, (c) George Doyle/Getty Images, (r) Gregory Costanzo/Getty Images 2-3 Sami Sarkis Lifestyles/Alamy George Doyle/Getty Images © The Copyright Group/SuperStock © David Frazier/PhotoEdit DK Khattiya/Alamy © Assunta Del Buono/age footstock Gregory Costanzo/Getty Images 10 Jeff Greenberg/Alamy Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Company All rights reserved No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying or recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of the copyright owner unless such copying is expressly permitted by federal copyright law With the exception of nonprofit transcription into Braille, Houghton Mifflin is not authorized to grant permission for further uses of this work Permission must be obtained from the individual copyright owner as identified herein Address requests for permission to make copies of Houghton Mifflin material to School Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Company, 222 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116 Printed in China ISBN-13: 978-0-547-02903-0 ISBN-10: 0-547-02903-9 SDP 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 Music You can hear music in many places You can hear it on the radio You can hear it at a museum You can hear it inside a baby’s toy in a nursery Everyone likes music! There are many ways to make music You can make music with bongos, maracas, and a xylophone People play them all over the world! Bongos The bongos are two drums that are put together The drums are small They have smooth tops You hit them with your hands to make music Have you ever banged bongos? They make a sound like this Pop pop da pop! Maracas The maracas look like rattles They are filled with real beans or beads You hold one in each hand You shake them together to make music Have you ever played maracas? Whenever you shake them, they sound like this Chuck-a chuck-a chuck-a! Xylophone The xylophone is made of bars Each bar is a different size Some bars are big Some are small You hit the bars with sticks to make music Have you ever played a xylophone? It sounds like this Ting ting a-ling! The bongos, maracas, and xylophone make great music You can play them alone or together Some people can play them for hours! 10 Responding Word Builder What are some things that shake or that people shake? Copy the word web below Add more things that shake! TARGET VOCABULARY earthquakes rattles Things that shake ? ? Write About It Text to World Write a few sentences that tell why playing an instrument is fun Use words from the Word Builder 11 TARGET VOCABULARY real shake smooth whenever alone hours museum nursery Question Ask questions about what you are reading TARGET STRATEGY Which vocabulary word means any time but does not mean any place? 12 overset Level: I DRA: 16 Social Studies Strategy: Question Word Count: 210 2.3.12 Build Vocabulary HOUGHTON MIFFLIN Online Leveled Books 1033022 ... bongos, maracas, and a xylophone People play them all over the world! Bongos The bongos are two drums that are put together The drums are small They have smooth tops You hit them with your hands... make music Have you ever played a xylophone? It sounds like this Ting ting a-ling! The bongos, maracas, and xylophone make great music You can play them alone or together Some people can play... Maracas The maracas look like rattles They are filled with real beans or beads You hold one in each hand You shake them together to make music Have you ever played maracas? Whenever you shake them,
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