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Voicing/Format Teaching Aid
Desc Resource
Composer Sharon Burch
Publisher Freddie The Frog Books Mystic Publi
Catalog # 35029029

Price: $29.99

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Sticks Composed by Sharon Burch. For Teaching Aid. Published by Freddie The Frog Books Mystic Publi. (Catalog # 35029029, UPC: 884088908188)

This exciting new resource by Sharon Burch, creator of Freddie the Frog, is a step-by-step guide to read, analyze, compose, write and assess with craft sticks all while incorporating the National Common CORE Mathematics Standards in the process!

The sixteen singing games, craft stick lessons, and “solve the mystery” interactive charts included on the enclosed CD-ROM make teaching music and math easy and fun. Each step leads to something fun for the kids to sing, write, or play, all keeping the students engaged to the last second of class.

Who knew there was so much fun AFTER dessert? Grades K-2.

Songs include: Apple Tree; Bell Horses; Hill, Hill; Lemonade; No Robbers Out Today; Pumpkin Fat; The Mill; We Are Playing in the Forest; Engine, Engine; Hot Cross Buns; Lucy Locket; Pease Porridge Hot; Snail, Snail; Choo Choo Train.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
APPLE TREE  
BELL HORSES  
CHOO CHOO TRAIN  
ENGINE, ENGINE  
HILL, HILL  
HOT CROSS BUNS  
LEMONADE  
LUCY LOCKET  
NO ROBBERS OUT TODAY  
PEASE PORRIDGE HOT  
PUMPKIN FAT  
SNAIL, SNAIL  
THE MILL  
WE ARE PLAYING IN THE FOREST  
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