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What To Teach When (K-1)
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What To Teach When (K-1)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Classroom Teacher Edition
Composer Don Dupont
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Kindergarten-first Grade
Catalog # 30/2910H

Price: $54.95

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What To Teach When (K-1) Composed by Don Dupont. For Classroom Teacher Edition. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2910H, UPC: 9781429131148)

Grades K-1  Whether you are a new music educator or a seasoned veteran, you will never again have to ask yourself "what to teach when." With more than fifty years of collective music education experience, Brian Hiller and Don Dupont are excited to bring you their tried-and-true curriculum. Following their elemental approach, their curriculum targets developmentally appropriate skills that every kindergarten and first grade student should master in the areas of melody, rhythm, form, timbre, and texture. All visuals are available on the included CD-ROM, prepared for you in full color.
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