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Essential Rhythm Activities For Classroo

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Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Book
Composer Eric Branscome
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 29200

Price: $24.95

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Essential Rhythm Activities For Classroo Composed by Eric Branscome. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 29200, UPC: 038081322681)

Essential Rhythm Activities for the Music Classroom is a fantastic supplement resource for music teachers, home school teachers, or general education instructors who wish to incorporate music into their lessons. The enjoyable learning games and activities in this collection, presented in a lesson plan format,have been selected for their ease in instruction and flexibility. Easy-to-use templates are also inclludedfor most lessons, along with instructions on making manipulatives to supplement the lessons. The fun and innovative lessons in Essential Rhythm Activities for the Music Classroom range from playing rhythm, drums, and mallet instruments, to chants and rhythmic dictation, and much more! A solid curriculum choice for any elementary classroom, Essential Rhythm Activities for the Music Classroom will set your students on a path to achieve their musical best!

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