Item No: 21763


Play and Sing Songs in Music Class by Marty Gross and Sally Haines.

Get on board! Using ukuleles in an elementary general music class can open new experiences for your students. These fun, accessible instruments encourage singing while promoting confidence and musical independence. Ukuleles also provide an additional way for you to observe student progress and assess musical understanding.

This collection of sequential lessons that illustrate how teachers can use ukuleles along with other common classroom resources to create engaging, robust musical activities for students. Examples are provided for using ukuleles together with Orff instruments, recorders, a variety of percussion and even jug band instruments.

Each unit includes digital access to step-by-step projectable lesson slides so you can project all the visual cues your students will need. In addition to being easy to learn and fun, the folk songs used throughout the book provide students with cultural and historical connections.

The activities and concepts are based on the National Standards for Music Education. The material has been field-tested in grades 2-4, but is also appropriate for fifth grade students new to the ukulele. This is a valuable guide to using ukuleles to support and enhance the music curriculum in your school.

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  • Buffalo Gals (Won't You Come Out Tonight?)
  • Frere Jacques (Are You Sleeping?)
  • (Go Tell Aunt Rhody) The Ole Grey Goose Is Dead
  • Hambone
  • I Love The Mountains
  • Joe Turner Blues
  • Let Us Chase The Squirrel
  • Li'l Liza Jane (Go Li'l Liza)
  • Michael Finnegan
  • Old Joe Clark
  • One Bottle Of Pop
  • Pay Me My Money Down
  • Shalom Chaverim (Goodbye, My Dear Friend)
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