Includes: Freddie the Frog and the Thump in the Night Book/CD pack (3303268); Flashcards (3303270); Puppet (3303269) and Beyond the Books Teacher's Guide (10279192).
One of the most widely used theory books available, this text covers all aspects of music theory in a concise and methodical manner. Purchase the three levels separately, or use the complete volume
This is the third book in the series of reproducible worksheets to help teach music theory to students using games, crossword puzzles and fun activities. Each section teaches the content, then offers
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Harness your students' love of the interactive whiteboard and expand their learning opportunities with this set of ten original lessons. Activities and lessons include: competitive note-reading; iconic
Each composition activity is designed to free your students so they can focus on expressing their creative ideas without worrying about breaking any musical "rules." Your students will be invited to work
This fourth book in the Freddie the Frogseries teaches six note names and completes the treble staff introduced in Freddie the Frog and the Thump in the Night. Freddie and Eli discover a buggy
Freddie the Frog finds adventure again when some cool jazz cats fly their plane to Treble Clef Island to pick up a new horn. With the help of the Flying Jazz Kitten and a swingin' beat, Freddie becomes a
Freddie and his best friend, Eli, find themselves stranded on a nearby island. They follow the mysterious "Wahooooos" through the jungle and try to communicate with the purple elephant in charge. Will he
This book is the ideal way to teach music theory without spending valuable rehearsal time! There are 107 days' worth of lessons and quizzes designed specifically for the choral classroom. As your students
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A very standard and widely used theory workbook, this series is excellent for general theory classes as well as for supplementary work with performing groups. It proceeds at a very logical pace, and
Here are 30 more self-guided lessons and reproducible activity sheets covering the basics of music theory. This volume will expand your students' musical knowledge of note values, rhythm reading, time
These self-guided lessons and ready-to-use reproducible activity sheets are ideal for choir, band, general music class and orchestra. Perhaps no skill is more relevant in learning to sight-read and the
This innovative curriculum introduces the elements of rhythmic notation through movement-based class activities. Designed to be seamlessly integrated into your music class or ensemble rehearsal, each
A revolutionary approach to music theory! This state-of-the-art series of books and recordings is carefully designed to make theory easier to learn and teach. It really works! One of the many features that
Excellence in Theory is especially designed to creatively enrich the curricula of beginning instrumental, choral, and general music classes! It's all here - theory and ear training, notation,
This helpful book with reproducible pages helps students understand the concepts of beat, rhythm, accents, duration, value, meter and syncopation. All lessons are presented in a logical sequence with games
Beginning with steady-beat development and progressing through improvisation to reading and writing standard notation, this comprehensive music literacy program culminates in student composition. To assist
Each of the thirty lessons are presented in a logical sequence and help students experiment with scales, intervals, solfege & hand signs, key signatures, notation, sight-reading, harmony and much more.
This resource is designed for jazz enthusiasts and musicians who want to have a better understanding of the language of jazz. To successfully navigate this all-in-one jazz theory course, you should be
This well-organized book provides step-by-step sequential lessons for developing the three basic elements of music: listening, reading, and writing. Rhythm, note, and interval concepts are taught in
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