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I Like Bein'me

I Like Bein'me

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Amorosia/Weidemann
Arranger Weidemann
Publisher Jenson Publications Inc
Series Music First Express
Catalog # 44223082
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

I Like Bein'me Composed by Amorosia/Weidemann. Arranged by Weidemann. For Conductor. Published by Jenson Publications Inc. (Catalog # 44223082, UPC: 073999637427)

Music has the power to affect feelings, attitudes and lives. In this collection for Grades 2-5, let music change your students' lives by building healthy self-esteem through songs, mini-plays and classroom projects. I LIKE BEIN' ME comes complete with 6 unison songs, movement suggestions and classroom enrichment activities such as writing assignments, bulletin board ideas, art projects, etc. The easy-to-stage "playlets" allow your students to experience acting for the first time and turn the collection into a 15-minute mini-musical that you can perform for other classes, parents or teachers. The Teacher's Manual even comes with reproducible student pages to stretch your budget dollar and make YOU feel good too! Share good feelings, and build healthy attitudes with this easy-to-use songbook. Here's to the positive power of music! For Grades 2-5.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEIN' ME WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
BEIN' THE BEST I CAN BE WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
BEST FRIENDS WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
CHOICES WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
FEELINGS ARE O.K WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA,DONNA  
YOUR SPECIAL LIGHT WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  

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