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Bulletin Boards That Teach Music

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Repo Pak
Composer Lor Mitchell Norgon
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 08740347

Price: $7.99

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Bulletin Boards That Teach Music Composed by Lor Mitchell Norgon. For Repo Pak. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08740347, UPC: 073999403473)

“Bulletin Boards that Teach Music” is organized by concepts and skills and divided into six sections: Elements of Music, Music Skills, Music Listening Examples, Children's Songs, Music Around the World, Music Through the Ages. Each board idea contains text and graphics that are easily adaptable to any classroom situation. Also included for each board is the focus of instruction, activities, variations and suggestions for special effects. A reproducible pak is also available to save your book from wear and tear. So don't “just decorate” your classroom, use your bulletin boards to make the most of those “teachable moments”. For grades K-6. Available: Resource Book, Reproducible Pak.
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