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Music Olympics: The Winter Games

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Mark Burrows
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades K-6
Catalog # 30/2565H

Price: $19.95

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Music Olympics: The Winter Games Composed by Mark Burrows. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2565H, UPC: 9781429117906)

Grades K6  The trumpet fanfare and smell of snow in the air can mean only one thingits time for "The Winter Games." Get your students out of their seats and skiing, skating, and even curling their way toward musical understanding with this unique collection of more than twenty movement activities and active games, including "Melody Luge," "Interval Ski Jump," and "Music Symbol Slalom." With activities like these, your students will be having so much fun that they wont even realize that they are learning music theory; a hallmark of every Mark Burrows resource. REPRODUCIBLE worksheets and visuals can be found on the mixed-media CD, as can a selection of music to accompany the games. Let the games begin!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A LONG WINTER JOURNEY  
ADD A SOUND  
ARTICULATION SKATE  
BODY RHYTHM SNOWFLAKES  
BUILD AN ALPINE VILLAGE  
CLASS ANTHEM  
CRESCENDO/DECRESCENDO  
FREEZE  
HOT COCOA/SNOW CONE  
ICE SCULPTURES  
INSTRUMENT IDITAROD  
INTERVAL SKI JUMP  
LITTLE WOLFIE'S RELAY RACE  
MELODIES  
MELODY LUGE  
MIXED-MEDIA CD INFO. AND CONTENT  
MUSIC SYMBOL FIGURE SKATING  
MUSIC SYMBOL SLALOM  
MUSICAL CURLING  
NATIONAL FLAG  
PASS THE PUCK  
PIANO SCORE  
REPRODUCIBLE HOUSES  
REPRODUCIBLE WORKSHEET  
RHYTHMIC SONWBALL  
SLEIGH BELLS RING, ARE YOU LISTENING?  
THAW  
WINTER ACTIVITIES  
WINTER WEATHER FORECAST  
WIPE OUT!  
WORK RHYTHMS  
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