Over and above, an ABC book, "What's That Sound?" teaches the letters in the order of the most common sounds with the same strategic visual concepts used by literacy specialists in the field. Using artfully hand-cut illustrations, author-illustrator LeAnne Bauman Litka playfully engages young readers inviting fingers to touch and track from top to bottom and left to right. Uniquely helpful to differing learning styles, this book includes smart visual cues to help readers discover beginning, middle, and end sounds. ? It cleverly illustrates the idea that some letters represent more than one sound. Simple, neat, this book provides beautiful time-tested objects and characters that become easily recognizable silhouettes so students will connect sounds from everyday spoken words to their partner consonants and vowels. Alone or with guidance, children will enjoy interacting in a fun and engaging new experience as they are rewarded by the increased self-confidence from a foundational understanding of their new letter friends.
In This Emergent Reader, Kids Hear Funny Noises At A Sleep Over. Teaching Focus, Words To Know Before You Read, Comprehension And Extension Activities. Inside Front And Back Cover Parent And Teacher Support.
Author: John Rudolph Covach Genre: Music Publisher: W W Norton & Company Incorporated ISBN: 0393912043 Book Pages: 581 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
The music-front and center. The number 1 text in the market, What's That Sound? treats rock as music first and foremost. New co-author Andy Flory has built on the classic strengths of the book to deliver this Third Edition, which includes revamped in-text listening guides, a four-color design, a new introductory chapter, updated material on music in the twenty-first century, and new and revised in-text features designed to help students become better listeners.
Allie Gator loves to listen to the exciting sounds around Merriweather Farm, from the rooster's cock-a-doodle-doo, to the vroom of Johnny Tractor's engine and the gentle pitter-patter of the sprinkler in the garden. Kids will love reading along as Allie discovers her favorite sounds in this shaped board book perfect for little hands.
Author: Alexander J. Morin Genre: Music Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation ISBN: 0879306386 Book Pages: 1201 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
Encompassing more than five hundred classical composers past and present, this listener's guide to classical music discusses the best recordings of symphonies, operas, choral pieces, chamber music, and more by the world's leading composers as performed by a variety of outstanding musicians and conductors, and includes essays on the classical repertory, composers, instruments, and more. Original.
Author: Publications International Ltd. Staff Genre: Publisher: PIL Kids ISBN: 1412739748 Book Pages: 24 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
This Play-a-Sound book and 5 double-sided icon cards are color- coordinated with the 10 spreads and printed with 10 sound icons per side, For a total of 100 sounds per book. Affixed vacum-formed plastic holder with a snap-on cover stores the cards. 3AG-13 button cell batteries are included.
Author: Eric Hill Genre: Publisher: Puffin ISBN: 0241447216 Book Pages: 32 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
What's that sound, Spot? And where is it coming from? Lift the flaps and press the noisy buttons as you read to help Spot on his search. Can you find some familiar friends from the world of Where's Spot? along the way? This brand new adventure is full of lift-the-flap surprises, with all the fun and humour that has made the original Where's Spot a much-loved classic. Featuring five sound buttons and lots of flaps on every page, it's ideal for developing fine motor skills and encouraging curiosity and play.
Author: Leigh Landy Genre: Performing Arts Publisher: Routledge ISBN: 9781135073176 Book Pages: 308 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
Today's education and communications media are seen to be the main cause of the anonymity of contemporary music and suggestions are made to improve this situation. Leigh Landy investigates audio-visual applications that have hardly been explored, new timbres and sound sources, the discovery of musical space, new notations, musical politics, and the 'musical community' in an attempt to incite more composers, musicians and musicologists to get this music out into the works and to stimulate the creation of new experimental works.