Includes: Freddie the Frog and the Flying Jazz Kitten Book/CD pack (10279191); Scat Words Flashcards (10299075); and Freddie the Frog Scat Singing for Kids Teachers Guide (10318886).
Scat singing is the easiest way for kids to get started developing their jazz chops. The Freddie the Frog and the Flying Jazz Kitten storybook introduces kids to scat singing. This teacher's guide
Freddie the Frog and Eli the Elephant are led by an unseen guide to the secret world of the invisible coquis. The coquis speak Spanish and love to play salsa music and dance through the night. Help Freddie
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
The coquis in the Freddie the Frog and the Invisible Coqui storybook, Pepper #10527589, introduce kids to salsa rhythms, dance and Spanish-speaking frogs in Puerto Rico. This teacher's guide
This valuable multi-media package conveys the rich and colorful history of jazz music. Written by renowned trumpeter and jazz education advocate Wynton Marsalis, in consultation with Sandy Feldstein,
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Introduce students to jazz through great literature combined with learn by doing. Step-by-step projectable lessons combine content and audio/video recordings of Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center
This delightful set of resources is designed to bring jazz music into the elementary general music classroom. The book/CD kits may be used to supplement an existing program or to provide a ready-made,
Introduce a new generation of music enthusiasts to 17 legendary jazz artists who have enriched the world with their incredible talents. Dr. McCurdy's illuminating stories about the lives, times, and music
In 1974, audiences for the film "The Sting" left theaters humming the effervescent music of Scott Joplin. Discover what life was like for this African-American musician at the turn of the twentieth century.
George Gershwin was the epitome of the American success story. The son of immigrants, this self-taught icon of music was raised on the streets of New York. He grew up to write music that captured the
Styles that groove like dixie, swing, bebop and hard bop are introduced in a sequence that reflects the overall history of jazz as well as levels of difficulty. Scat singing is optional, but can add a
Here's your chance to take a musical roadtrip across the United States! This resource takes you to eight important cities around the country, exploring the unique sounds and artists that define them. Each
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