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I've Got To Move (Bk/Cd)

Title: I've Got To Move (Bk/Cd)


Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Warner Bros Publications
Composer: Brophy, Tim
Catalog #: 0660B
Grade: K-5
Description: 12 Active Songs/Elem Musi Price: $24.99

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This fun and useful book for elementary music teachers includes 12 kid-tested original songs and focuses on appropriate movement and dance ideas. Clear assessment strategies for each lesson help the teacher provide data to support the school's music education program. The professional CD includes full performance and accompaniment tracks. Lead lines with guitar frames are provided for teachers who prefer to accompany on guitar or piano. All lessons are correlated to the National Standards for Music Education K-5. A great book for any elementary music teacher!
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