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101 Rhythm Instrument Activities For Young Children by Abigail Flesch Connors
Help every child experience the magic of making music! From the moment they can grasp and hold an object, young children love to shake, rattle, and bang for the sheer joy of creating sounds. Music is vital to the development of many skills, including math ability, language, and coordination. 101 Rhythm Instrument Activities for Young Children will delight two- to six-year-olds as they are invited to create sounds of ocean waves, rainstorms, and horses galloping, as well as play along with their favorite songs. With 101 ideas, a subject index, and teacher tips, the book makes it easy to find rhythm instrument activities to fit every curriculum and every day.
101 Music Games For Children by Ger Storms
Provides instructions for non-competitive games that use music tapes or CDs and simple instruments to help children learn about music and sound and develop creative, personal, and social skills
101 More Music Games For Children by Ger Storms
This action-packed compendium offers parents, teachers, and anyone else who works with kids a wide array of ingenious sound and dance activities from a variety of cultures to get kids singing, dancing, listening, interacting, and involved. 101 More Music Games for Children includes games that facilitate musical development, such as sound games, rhythm games, game projects, and card and board games. All of them have simple, clear rules, and they stress excitement, humor, challenge, surprise, and cooperation rather than competition. Whether or not kids are "musical" or play an instrument, these activities can help them: develop musical skills such as spontaneous singing; create, play, and recognize various rhythms; appreciate the structure of sounds; and learn how to play with all kinds of instruments. Like its best-selling predecessor, this book encourages and enhances creative expression, social interaction, family relationships, and kids' budding powers of listening, concentration, and discrimination.
Teaching Music To Children by Blair Bielawski
This valuable resource is designed to give elementary teachers with no formal music training all the tools they need to help their students develop an understanding of and appreciation for music. This book includes lessons, reproducible games, worksheets and puzzles. Also included are MP3 files that feature over 60 minutes of music and a complete PowerPoint presentation. The book follows a well-sequenced curriculum based on the National Standards for Music Education in the United States and the Ontario Curriculum for the Arts in Canada.
Exploring The Science Of Sounds by Abigail Flesch Connors
Most preschool teachers have musical instruments in their classrooms, but may not realize they can use them for science explorations.Science, technology, engineering, arts, and math--STEAM--these explorations are crucial for laying a solid foundation for later learning. In this book, discover 100 activities that let children ages 3-6 explore the science of music and sound using materials easy to find for a preschool classroom. Children will use their bodies to create sounds, explore the relationship between size and pitch, investigate how tempo affects the way we listen to sounds, create musical instruments, and much more. From the drops of rainwater to the tinkling of wind chimes, the science of sound is all around.You will indulge young children's curiosity and engage them in scientific inquiry as they explore, listen, observe, experiment, think, and discuss different kinds of sounds and the tools for making them. Through playful activities, explore:Acoustics--what is sound?Volume--loud and softTempo--fast and slowTimbre--sound qualityPitch--high and low
Making Allies Making Friends by Hugh Vasquez
A special curriculum designed to teach racial, sexual, and ethnic diversity assembles over thirty journal, role-playing, storytelling, and research activities to promote peace and acceptance.
Shake Rattle And Roll by Abigail Flesch Connors
In Shake, Rattle, and Roll: Rhythm Instruments and More for Active Learning, you will find activities that inspire curiosity, exploration, and creativity. When children are singing, moving, listening, and playing music, their creative energy enhances their learning in many areas.
Sensory Integration by Christy Isbell
Do you have a child in your early childhood classroom who: Climbs on top of furniture and jumps off? Covers his ears when children are singing? Refuses to touch clay, paint, or sand? Often falls down and skins his or her knees? Refuses to play on outdoor playground equipment? If so, it is possible this child is having trouble with sensory integration. How can teachers help children with these problems so they can enjoy learning and grow in positive ways? The Sensory Integration Book helps identify children who have difficulties with sensory processing and offers preschool teachers simple, easy-to-use solutions to support the sensory needs of young children in the preschool classroom. Easy-to-implement solutions include adaptations and activities for children with different types of Sensory Processing Disorder. This book has a bonus chapter with instructions on creating low-cost items to help children with sensory issues.
Rhythm Play by Kenya S. Masala
An excellent resource for utilizing rhythm as a teaching and facilitation tool! Whether you are a beginner, part time jam artist, or seasoned musician, the activities in this book will give you hours of new ways to groove and play rhythms with others! All activities use easy to find instruments: Egg Shakers, Drum Sticks, Boomwhackers(r) Tuned Percussion Tubes, and REMO Sound Shapes(r). Plus, find excellent ideas on expanding your instrument collection with fun, durable, and inexpensive materials from any hardware store. The activities are great for participants of all ages, and the book includes a link to download FREE MP3's of rhythms and songs. *Over three dozen activities for "easy to find" (and make) percussion instruments - including, shakers, drum sticks, Boomwhackers(r), Tuned Percussion Tubes, and REMO Sound Shapes(r). * You, (or your participants) need no background in music to present or participate in the activities - they are designed for "auditory teambuilding." Add an auditory component to your experiential programming! *Includes links to FREE MP3 files with background "pulse tracks" to guide the speed of certain activities and vocal tracks that include the call and response songs " Bambale" and "Che Che Kule."