I'm looking for new vocal warm-ups
To get things started, I would do Falling Rocks. This consist of having the student visualize hugh rocks fall from the highest mountain top while the students are imitating with their voices going from a high falsetto voice to the lower range. This warm up warms up the vocal cords while getting the students ready for a great class of sining. You can also have kinesthetic movement by having the students extend their hands above their heads to then lowering them in conjunction with their voices. The sound must be smooth and connected. Hope this helps!!
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Imagine a flea. He flies around. You can catch it (make a sound effect for that), you can hear his muffled sound flying in your hand (new sound), you can shake him around in your hand, you can release him, and you can hear him get farther and farther away. (Great for little children)
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