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Ribbons and Rhythms CD



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Ribbons & Rhythms
Movement Activities for Learning
By Michael Plunkett

Gather your favorite ribbons, streamers, and scarves, and get ready for hand-clapping, foot-stomping, toe-tapping, repetitive rhythmic routines. Diverse rhythms, such as African, Cha Cha, Reggae, Bossa Nova and Rap, and cool musical action songs with a pattern and a purpose, will encourage movement and imaginative play, improve motor skills, reinforce important concepts, and more. Children learn about colors, directionality, team work, the calendar, numbers, body identification, onomatopeia, listening skills and more. Comprehensive guide included and adaptable for special needs settings.

Ribbon Activities
Shake Your Ribbons
Got the Wiggles
Days of the Week
Long Ribbons
Ribbon Dance
The Alphabet Months
When I Grow Up

Rhythmic Activities:
Who's Got the Beat?
You've Got the Rhythm
Chickasaw Chicken
Count with Me
Feels Good
The Numbers Rap
Goodbye Song


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Working with small groups of 3-5 year olds with movement disorders
Belinda M on Sep 26, 2012
Are the songs instrumental or vocal ?
Does it explain games or moves ? Or it's only music?
Atefe on Jul 2, 2016
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