by Sherry Lutchette. K-6 explore jazz rhythms and improv with movement and instruments.
Adventures with the Elements of Music and Movement by James Harding, illus. by Eli Noyes.
with Orff Accompaniments by Shirley McRae.
for the Music Classroom Gr. 3-6 by Valeaira Luppens & Greg Foreman. Units set up by the National Standards.
15 Do-It-Yourself Learning Stations by Danielle Bayert.
Teach Jazz and Blues to all ages with Doug Goodkin's well-thought-out material and presentation.
Integrated Music, Art, and Literature Activities by Aimee Curtis Pfitzner.
A Journey of American Heritage Through Rhyme, Rhythm and Song by Rene Boyer.
Rhythm, Speech Activities and Improvisation for the Classroom by Doug Goodkin.
with Parachutes, Paper Plates, Ribbons and Scarves by Dan Fee and Denise Gagne.
by Dan Fee and Denise Gagne provide active listening to classical music with props and projectables and music.
A Collection of Listening Lessons by Katie Grace Miller. Active listening with props and visuals for PreK - Gr. 6.
Active Listening Strategies for the Elementary Classroom by Wesley Ball.
Ready-to-Use Music Lessons & Activities for the Elementary Grades by Tod Kline. 50 music skill builders in each of 3 age groups.
by Dan Fee. Rhythmically expressive movements to classical music Bk & CDs, with scarves, balls, streamers.
Dan Fee & Denise Gagne present active listening lessons that introduce the classics with movment routines and props.
Introduce young children to classical music through individual, group, and partner movement fun.
These beautifully produced huge posters help illustrate concepts of including pitch, duration, tempo, structure, texture, and timbre.
3 pieces with musical and historical events from medieval to modern.
Instrument families grouped by color show relative size, approx. number, and position in an orchestra. With reproducible guide.