[STEMsmart] Stop and Listen
[STEMsmart] Stop and Listen
1,000,000 VND 6 sections 46 Lessons

In this week of learning topics, children will explore the world of sound. Children will begin to recognise loud/soft sounds, and how to change the volume of sounds. Children will: 

  • Sound classification: loud/small, explore the materials that make up loud/small sounds;
  • Use different body parts (hands, feet, mouth) to make loud/soft sounds;
  • Explore outdoor sounds and find their source;
  • Read and write poems about sound;
  • Learn about the sounds of the countryside through themed videos;
  • School sound mapping based on the school map, and with the help of noise measurement software;
  • Get acquainted with the letters Dd and Yy, and the words Night and Silence.
[STEMsmart] Making Sounds
[STEMsmart] Making Sounds
1,000,000 VND 6 sections 43 Lessons

During the first week of this topic, children will continue to expand their sound discoveries in the previous weeks of learning and creating music. This week your child will:

  • Explore different ways of making sounds like drag, knock;
  • Pay attention to sound characteristics such as volume, pitch, and timbre; notice how the characterisation of the sound with the voice;
  • Explore different materials for making musical instruments, such as a rubber band guitar;
  • Read books and listen to music themed reading stories to realise the beauty and power of music;
  • Review with the letter  and the word “Music”.
[STEMsmart] Changing a Sound
[STEMsmart] Changing a Sound
1,000,000 VND 6 sections 43 Lessons

This week, continuing with the theme of “Composing music”, children will continue to learn more about music, and compose their own music. Children will:

  • Continue to explore different ways to make music with different materials;
  • Start exploring listening to audio and pipe chat;
  • Watch thematic tapes to expand your observations on creating and listening to sound through a tube;
  • Continue to focus on sound characteristics such as volume, pitch, and timbre;
  • Continue to learn the concept of vibration;
  • Develop an appreciation of music through moving and drawing to music;
  • Listen to a number of stories and songs to develop a vocabulary of new sounds, rhythms and music themed words;
  • Familiarise yourself with the letters “Nn” and “Tt”, the sounds /n/ and /t/; From Small and Big.
[STEMsmart] Moving to Music
[STEMsmart] Moving to Music
1,000,000 VND 6 sections 37 Lessons

During the last week of the theme “Make Music”, children will explore their own emotional reactions through body movements to different types of music. During this week, your child will:

  • Explore instruments and their sound characteristics;
  • Discuss the impact of music on emotions, and compare the effects of different types of music;
  • Start composing your own music using voice and toy instruments;
  • Started collaborating on composing and performing music;
  • Listen to some stories read, to familiarise yourself with new vocabulary, and understand how music connects people;
  • Review the letter “Nn”, the sound /n/ and the word “Instrument”.