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Singing Games Children Love Vol 4 (Bk/CD
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Singing Games Children Love Vol 4 (Bk/CD

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Bk/Cd/Ppts
Composer Denise Gagne
Publisher Themes & Variations Inc
Catalog # 164

Price: $30.00

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Singing Games Children Love Vol 4 (Bk/CD Composed by Denise Gagne. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Themes & Variations Inc. (Catalog # 164, UPC: 9781897099490)

This collection will give the teacher in Grades 3-6 a varied colledtion of singing games, rhythm games and movemetn canons. The singing games can be used to teach many musical concepts but for the purpose of organizing them in this collection, they have been categorized by melodic concept. The rhythm games movement canons that are included will give the teacher additional resources to use for teaching, assessment and performances.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALABAMA GAL  
ARUPUSU  
BALL GONE ROUND  
BIDDY BIDDY  
BILLY BILLY  
BUILT MY LADY  
CATEGORIES  
CHARLEY MARLEY  
CHEKI MORENA  
CHUMBARA  
CLOCKS AND WATCHES  
COFFEE  
DOLLAR  
FIND THE BASKET  
FOUR WHITE HORSES  
HANKY PANKY  
HINEH MA BOV  
HULA HOOP RHYTHM GAME  
I LET HER GO  
J'ENTENDS LE MOULIN  
JOLLY JOLLY RHYTHM  
LET'S CATCH A ROOSTER  
MA KU AY  
MI GALLO  
MUSIC ALONE SHALL LIVE  
MUSICAL PASSWORD  
OLD JOE CLARK  
OLD MAID  
OUR OLD SOW  
PASS THE PUMPKIN  
RHYTHM GOSSIP  
RHYTHM RACE  
RHYTHMS  
ROUND AND ROUND  
STELLA ELLA OLLA  
TOC,TOC,TOC  
WADDALY ACHA  
WALLFLOWERS  
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