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How I Praise You!
Donna Moss
This book has 150 Little Psalms in song. This is the musical resource for camp directors, music teachers, homeschooling parents and others. Adults and children can praise God together and memorize verses as familiar tunes and Biblical texts are interwoven.
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Kids Make Music!: Clapping and Tapping from Bach to Rock
Avery Hart
You don't need to have any special training or own an instrument to make music with kid-loving music makers Avery Hart and Paul Mantell. Kids everywhere will be doing the ''Dinosaur Dance, '' singing the ''Dishwashin' Blues, '' belting out ''Jug Band'' and learning to ''Tap Dance.'' Those hands will be clapping, those feet will be tapping, and those faces will be grinning.
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Bob Jones University Press
Music, Grade 1
Guides in expanding singing range, learning simple rhythmic reading, and applying knowledge of musical concepts in creating simple compositions. Provides listening activities to present classical composers, instruments, and classical music. All concepts and skills basic to the curriculum, which can be taught even by those without musical skills. Includes the featured program. The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Teacher's Edition: 271 pages; reduced student pages; spiral binder. Student Text introduces Crescendo Cricket, who encourages the student to do his best for the Lord. Provides colorful illustrations and photographs that demonstrate musical concepts. Student Text: 76 pages; hardbound. Student Worktext contains a variety of activities in reading music, listening, playing, and composing. Student Worktext: 62 pages; softbound; color and black-and-white illustrations.
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Phunny Phonics
Phunny Phonics is an audio tape with a color and activity book. The program features simple songs and familiar music that will help your child quickly and easily memorize the sounds of the letters. When one asks a kindergartener what a letter sound is, he/she will respond by singing the songs in his/her head to get the answer.
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Ready to Use Music Reading Activities Kit
Loretta Mitchell
This program is recommended for grades 1-8.
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