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Creepy Creatures

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Albrecht/Althouse
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 35851

Price: $34.99

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Creepy Creatures Composed by Albrecht/Althouse. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 35851, UPC: 038081400471)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2011 **

Okay, how much fun can we have when we sing? These 13 crazy songs about creep y creatures are a blast from beginning to end. Learn a lot about each one of these critters, their habits, and their habitats. This entertaining collection of songs can be performed individually (25 minutes of music) or combined into a 35-45 minute program, tied together by having students read some or all of the informative "Animal Factoids" before each song. *100% Reproducible and 100% creepy-crawley fun! *Enhanced SoundTrax CD includes reproducible PDF files of student pages and Cover Art. *Recommended for Grades 1-6

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