I was looking for a fun way to continue reviewing the staff with my 4th/5th graders and I happened across a pin from Elementary Music 3T. I tried it out today with my kids and they loved it!!!
I found that this was a great way to reinforce the name of the Treble/G clef with my students. With my 4th graders we only focused on playing the verse because we are still learning the staff. I don't introduce students to reading the staff this way until 4th grade. In 3rd, I focus on solfege, skips, steps, pitch direction, etc., so today was my 4th graders first opportunity to read line notes in a piece of music.
For 5th grade, this ended up being a great review of the notes we have already learned on recorder. We played the verse on xylos and the refrain on glocks. I did make a change to fit the video I had of this song. When I tried out the refrain before my classes arrived it didn't quite fit with the version I had. So, I altered it to B-G-G, G-D-D. That may not work with the recording you have but it fit with what I was working with.
My boys, who were skeptical at the on set of the lesson were jamming along by the end. When we were lining up one of my 5th grade boys said "That was fun, still don't like the song, but it was a fun lesson!".
I think I will extend this lesson when we start recorders. This would be fun to play along with! I'll let you know how that goes. :)