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Listening Fun With Scarves and Tennis Ba
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Listening Fun With Scarves and Tennis Ba

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format book
Composer Dan Fee
Publisher Themes & Variations Inc
Catalog # LF

Price: $45.00

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Listening Fun With Scarves and Tennis Ba Composed by Dan Fee. For book. Published by Themes & Variations Inc. (Catalog # LF, UPC: 9781897099568)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2011 **

Listening Fun provides Active Listening Activities for Grade 1-6 students using scarves, tennis balls and movement. introduction with many helpful suggestions for teachers teacher's guide with student reproducibles, lesson plans and movement instructions lesson plans with objectives, assessment strategies and alignment to national standards reproducible biographies of the composers that are represented in this kit movement activities using scarves and tennis balls guides-at-a-glance for use to avoid holding long written out sheets when teaching Digital Resources Disk with PowerPoint, Smartboard and QuickTime movies of routines, composer biographies and lesson information CD of all music used within this guide * DVD of all the routines in the guide

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BADINERIE  
BYDLO  
GAVOTTE  
GIGUE  
HORNPIPE  
IN THE HALL OF THE MOUNTAIN KING  
MORNING  
PRELUDE  
PROMENADE  
THE GREAT GATE OF KIEV  
WEDDING MARCH  

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