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101 Music Activities
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Act Kit Teach Ed
Composer Donnelly, Mary
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp

Price: $24.99

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #09971135

UPC code: 884088210960

Expand your students' knowledge of music fundamentals with this fantastic resource for busy music teachers on the go! 101 Music Activities is filled with fun, substantive activities to supplement your elementary music classes. 101 self-directed, sequential worksheets are divided into chapters including: Reading Rhythm, Reading Melody, Key Signatures, Staff and Letter Names, Listening and Literacy. Each activity is geared to National Standards and can be used to introduce and reinforce music concepts and as an assessment tool. Student pages are reproducible, and the table of contents shows suggested grade levels for each activity. Have fun exploring the basics through a variety of activities presented in a logical sequence for music learning that lasts! Available: Activity Book (with reproducible activity pages). For grades 1-6.

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