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Title: Mighty Minds
Voicing/Format: Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog #: 09970722
A Musical that Makes Learning Fun! By John Jacobson and Cristi Cary Miller The students are in a panic! It s time for testing! The teacher needs help fast, and there s only one thing to do. Hello, Mighty Minds? Come quick! In a whirlwind of action, the cape-clad Mighty Minds race to the rescue with clever rhyming dialog and songs that help the students get fired up about learning. Discover how reading can be F! U! N!; how a little Conga Math can solve problems; how knowledge is power! This 20-minute musical for primary grades is packed with learning fun and a cast-load of parts for everyone to get involved. Add John Jacobson s choreography and John Higgins spectacular orchestration for learning that will last long after the curtain closes! Songs include: Test Anxiety, Mighty Minds! Give Me a Book, Conga Math, I Wanna Know, We ll Be There. 20 min. Gr. K-3.
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