Introduce young singers to classic patriotic and folk songs while developing independent part-singing. Included are reproducible student pages and easy-to-teach staging suggestions. Songs include:
Take a giant leap toward independent part singing with this incredible collection of 52 rounds, canons, partner songs, and short songs for use throughout the school year. Elizabeth Gilpatrick's clever
Grab Another Partner features 12 partner songs, each utilizing a well-known melody. Included are Christmas favorites (Over the River, Jingle Bells), multicultural folk songs
The singing of partner songs is a great way to develop independent two-part singing with your young performers. Grab A Partner! features 12 partner songs, each utilizing a well-known melody.
These 30 call and response songs encompass a wide variety of subjects, including important everyday lessons, music fundamentals and cross-curricular reinforcements. Singers may echo the leader provided on
Develop independent singing and listening skills in your young students with this collection of 41 echo songs. You sing the melody, they sing it back. Students may also echo the leader provided
Young singers are fascinated by the concept of rounds: the joy of chasing but never catching the voice before them. They also experience the important first steps towards musical independence.
Elementary classroom music teachers will find an abundance of fun, practical, informative and useful songs in Elizabeth Gilpatrick's book Sing With Me! Learn With Me! This reproducible
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