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World Instrument Bingo

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Game
Desc Game/Cd Pak
Composer Cheryl Lavender
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970163

Price: $39.99

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World Instrument Bingo Composed by Cheryl Lavender. For Game. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970163, UPC: 073999701630)

Timbales! Mbira! Shofar! World Instrument BINGO is an enjoyable collection of collaborative learning games your students can play to discover and identify folk instruments from around the world. Created by elementary music specialist and clinician, Cheryl Lavender, this game will help students identify tone colors, explore sound production, and compare cultural influences on music. The kit comes complete with 30 Bingo Play Cards, an instruction booklet with game directions and World Instrument Fun Facts, a CD with sound samples of 24 world instruments recorded on six separate sound sequences, a World Instrument poster, and 1 page of 24 cut-out caller cards. For Gr. 3-8.
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