Oxford Reading Tree: Song Book and CD by Jan Holdstock
  

Synopsis

Oxford Reading Tree: Song Book and CD by Jan Holdstock

The Oxford Reading Tree Song Book and CD presents Biff, Chip, and all the favourite Reading Tree characters in 48 catchy songs and activities based on the stories from Stages 1, 2, and 3. The CD can be copied on to cassette for classroom work. No musical knowledge is required.

Reviews

Many teachers have found that songs help to develop children's reading skills by reinforcing their sense of rhyme, repetition and rhythm. This, combined with Jan Holdstock's skill in writing children's songs, makes this Oxford Reading Tree Song Book and CD an attractive literacy support resource for Key Stage 1. It is also a delightful song book in its own right which can be used by all teachers, whether or not they have specialist knowledge of music. Music Teacher, September 99

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Book Info

Format

Sheet music
Contains Paperback and CD-Audio
64 pages

Author

Jan Holdstock
More books by Jan Holdstock

Publisher


www.oup.com

Publication date

3rd September 1998

ISBN

9780193213692


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