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Weather The Weather

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Beck/Fisher
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 23411

Price: $24.95

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Weather The Weather Composed by Beck/Fisher. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 23411, UPC: 038081223353)

Don't miss this excellent opportunity for cross-curricular study as your students sing in varied musical styles about ever-changing weather conditions. Collaborate with your school's science department to perform the suggested experiments, incorporate the brief rhyming verse between each song to create a theatrical presentation, or simply sing the energizing music as it coordinates to daily weather conditions. Whether the weather is bright or bleak, your students will enjoy singing these songs any day of the week! Recommended for grades 3 and up; performance time: approximately 20 minutes; staging suggestions included; Reproducible Student Pages included.

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