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.
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.
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.
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".
A songbook to support the teaching of phonics through songs, chants and games, ideal for use alongside Letters and Sounds phases 2 and 3. Continues the work of Singing Phonics, which covered Phase 1 first steps in teaching phonics.
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.