This book, which includes photocopiable pages, and CD pack offers recorded music for dance and movement, with the very young. The 14 tracks include Copland's madcap Circus Music", and "Air from a Distant Planet", Debussy's "Dancing Snow", Indian raga music and music for Chinese orchestra."
The new edition of this classic music tutorial includes re-set music, new illustrations, extra notes and reinforcement exercises for tricky corners. The CD demonstrates each piece on the flute with piano accompaniments
This viola tutor contains a beginners' course in 20 steps, with over 100 popular songs and tunes. It can be used alongside companion tutors for violin and cello and includes duets. The playalong CD of accompaniments is suitable for home practice and has violin and piano accompaniments.
This cello tutor contains a beginners course in 20 steps, with over 100 popular songs and tunes. It can be used alongside companion tutors for violin and viola and includes duets. The playalong CD of accompaniments is suitable for home practice and has cello and piano accompaniments.
How to teach Primary Music presents 100 creative ideas to support anyone teaching music in primary schools. The ideas are inclusive, easy to implement and tackle everything from singing, creating tunes and using music technology through to classroom management, working with music hubs and putting on a performance.
Parents and carers of young children will find a wealth of entertainment for their lively babies and toddlers in this full colour picture songbook. Eight, double-spread pictures tell baby's day from start to finish - waking, dressing and going out, playgroup, shopping, teatime and bedtime.
This new edition incorporates the whole Early Years age range from birth to five and includes old favourites alongside exciting new songs, rhymes and activities. The authors have fully revised this edition to support the 2012 Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
Specifically designed for busy teachers who have responsibility for co- ordinating a subject area within their primary school. Each volume in the series conforms to a concise style, while providing a wealth of tips, case studies and photocopiable material that teachers can use immediately.
This book is ideal for primary teachers with little or no experience of teaching music. It will also offer fresh ideas and inspiration to the most experienced music specialists. Teaching Foundation Music is the first of Ann Bryant's music work schemes for primary teachers.
Suitable for non-music readers and non-specialists this is a collection of 37 all time favourite songs for young children with new words. It is intended as a means of encouraging children to listen to sounds, discriminate between them, use them in performance and improve their co-ordination.
A collection of world and historical music for inspiring dance and movement work in the primary classroom. An instantly accessible resource, fully supported by clear text, illustrations, photocopiable materials, videoclips, and recorded music.
Listening to Music is a series which actively engages children in listening to music so that they can perform it and compose it themselves. Each pack comprises a visually exciting book, a CD of all the recordings, and a CD-ROM of interactive whiteboard activities and printouts.
Helps young guitarists to start at beginner level and progresses to Initial/Preparatory Grade. This work explains the method in 15 stages and contains original pieces and traditional tunes in different styles including classical, folk and world music as well as favourite film and TV themes such as "James Bond", "Batman" and "The Flintstones".
The book will include 12 practical projects, with step by step instructions and photographs. There are also sections on choosing appropriate materials, and design and decoration techniques. The book encourages children to develop their own ideas, as well as offering tried and tested design and technology techniques which are guaranteed to work.
In order to achieve National Literacy goals, young children need plenty of opportunities to explore, become aware of, and to learn the sounds that make up words. With 'Bingo Lingo' they can do just that and have fun, with the medium of songs and rhymes.
A music and literacy resource for Early Years. This work contains 15 lively chants and stories retold by Kaye Umansky. It includes favourites such as Goldilocks", "Little Red Riding Hood", "Pinocchio", "Chicken Licken" and "Cinderella" - with musical development activities by Helen MacGregor.
An instrumental tutor catering for all brass band instruments, and containing a mixture of material from pop songs to traditional tunes and folk melodies. The book is available in two editions, treble clef and bass clef, and is graded throughout, with exercises and scales, up to Grade 4.
A collection of poems and rhymes offering an introduction to music-making in the classroom. There are suggestions on how to use the poems to encourage children to explore sounds, improvize on basic classroom instruments, develop musical ideas and even to compose whole pieces.