Interactive Now, Vol. 1 Promethean Ed.

Heritage Music Press

Item No. 530421
Alt. Part # 30/2767H
UPC Code 9781429127189
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Interactive Now Vol. 1: Promethean Edition By Debbie Anderson and Phyllis Thomas CD-ROM Grades K - 5 This is a collection of 10 interactive lessons and activities for the elementary music classroom using an interactive whiteboard and Promethean Flipchart files on this CD.  Appropriate grade levels
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Interactive Now Vol. 1: Promethean Edition By Debbie Anderson and Phyllis Thomas CD-ROM Grades K - 5 This is a collection of 10 interactive lessons and activities for the elementary music classroom using an interactive whiteboard and Promethean Flipchart files on this CD.  Appropriate grade levels are suggested for each lesson, however, many of these lessons are appealing for all elementary grades and can be used according to your classroom needs. Lesson suggestions and printable worksheets and resources are embedded within the interactive lessons. Lessons:Apple Tree - perfect for teaching beginning notations, steady beat and audiation (K-2)Pretzels and Popsicles - use stick notation to create rhythm pattersn (K-2) "La Raspa" - learn about Mariachi music and rondo form (3-5) Leap to the Staff - a great introduction to the treble staff (3-5) Loose Tooth - practice reading quarter notes, quarter rests and pairs of eighth notes (3-5) Melody Flash Cards (Set 1) - read and sing sol, mi and la from a 3-line staff (K-5) Pizza Rhythms - a fun way to study rhythm relationships and write your own ostinato (3-5) Rhythm Flash Cards (Set 1) - so simple and so much fun! (K-5) What Do You Hear? (Set 1) - introduce beginning dictation (K-5) Yankee Doodle - a perfect way to reinforce beat vs. rhythm (K-3)
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