By Dayle Ann Dodds and illustrated by Abby Carter
By Cheryl Bardoe and illustrated by Barbara McClintock
By Kathi Appelt, illus. by Rob Dunlavey
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Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting of a popular rhyme.
We believe that manipulatives are the best tools to learn new concepts and increase retention, so we love the combination of wood and silicone and cube and spinners for both math and music.
Cross Curricular Music Fun for the Classroom by John Jacobson & Roger Emerson.
Set of 51
Cut 12" silicone strips into 51 individual pieces, 2.5" tall. Set of 51
20 of each value. 1¼" tall. Set of 140
In music class, use the blocks to sing and play counting songs and games, learn musical concepts, or create melodies.
Do MUSIC MATH and A-Rhythm-a-tic problems with our fun silicone manipulatives. Share them with your math teacher, too!
John Jacobson has K-2 moving and singing to learn coins, time, counting by 5's, 10's, and more,.
by Laurel Long. Hidden picture sing along.
Show numerical relationships of beats, rhythms, meter, ensembles and do musical math.
Our math counting frames make great beat boxes! 4 Frames & 40 Disks
Raffi Read and Sing Along Book