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Songs For Dancing (Bk/CD/Dvd)
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Songs For Dancing (Bk/CD/Dvd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Kuper, Kate
Publisher Heritage Music Press

Price: $39.95

Catalog #30/2752H

UPC code: 9781429126809

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
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PreK-2  Before you "Step on the Beat" (30/2562H), get your little movers and shakers up and out of their seats with "Songs for Dancing." Catchy arrangements of childhood favorites combine with Kate Kuper's skillfully crafted lyrics to guide young children through each movement activity. Each lesson teaches curriculum targets for dance, music, and physical education, while reinforcing literacy, sequence, and many other early childhood concepts. You'll find suggestions to adapt the lessons to fit a variety of learners, helpful "Kate Says" suggestions, and two sets of audio recordings (with lyrics and instrumental). A DVD featuring instructional tips and demonstrations of each movement activity rounds out this must-have resource for anyone working with young children. Sample videos from the DVD are available on our YouTube channel. Visit www.youtube.com/thelorenzcorporation.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A TRIP TO THE ZOO  
DO YOUR OWN DANCE  
DOWN BY THE STATION  
EVERYBODY DO THIS  
FLEA SONG  
FREE DANCE  
GALLOPING SONG  
GOODBYE SONG  
HERE WE GO 'ROUND AND 'ROUND  
LITTLE BIRDIES  
OLD MACDONALD HAD A FARM  
POPCORN AND MELTED BUTTER  
RESTING  
RIGHT AND LEFT HANDS  
SHAPE SONG  
SKIPPING SONG  
THE WELCOME SONG  
WALKING SONG  
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