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Numberbop

Numberbop
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teaching Aid
Composer Jacobson, John
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp

Price: $29.99

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #00118298

UPC code: 884088897840

Let's rock with NumberBOP! Count by tens, then by fives, then all the way to fifty! Show left and right, high and low, and tall and short, just for starters. Count pennies in a nickel, seconds in a minute, hours in a day, and more! It all adds up to hours of fun with math for young learners in grades K-2. Reinforce basic concepts and groove to the beat of music, then watch math scores climb! NumberBOP is jammed-packed with songs, ideas, games, movement and creative extension activities! Reproducible songsheets with chord symbols and separate lyric sheets are also included. Sing-along with John and the NumberBOP kids on the enclosed CD with high-quality performance and accompaniment-only recording options for added fun and reinforcement. This CD is also enhanced with songsheet and lyric sheet PDFs to project or reproduce. Sharpen math skills this year with NumberBOP! Songs include: NumberBOP, Let's Count by Tens, Counting to Fifty, Doin' Time, A Penny in My Pocket, Marty Monkey, A Fraction Is a Part of a Whole, It All Adds Up. Suggested for Grades K-2.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A FRACTION IS A PART OF A WHOLE  
A PENNY IN MY POCKET  
COUNTING TO FIFTY  
DOIN' TIME  
IT ALL ADDS UP  
LET'S COUNT BY TENS  
MARTY MONKEY  
NUMBERBOP  
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