Bobby Shaftoe, Clap Your Hands Musical Fun with New Songs from Old Favorites by Sue Nicholls
  

Synopsis

Bobby Shaftoe, Clap Your Hands Musical Fun with New Songs from Old Favorites by Sue Nicholls

Suitable for non-music readers and non-specialists this is a collection of 37 all time favourite songs for young children with new words. It is intended as a means of encouraging children to listen to sounds, discriminate between them, use them in performance and improve their co-ordination. Suitable for non-music readers and non-specialists this is a collection of 37 all-time favourite songs for young children with new words. It is intended as a means of encouraging children to listen to sounds, discriminate between them, use them in performance and improve their co-ordination through actions and movement. Designed for National Curriculum Key Stage 1 it provides an opportunity for children to respond imaginatively to the many opportunities for making up new verses. The book was prepared by a primary music specialist who was the author of Christmas Tinder Box.

Reviews

...super resources for practitioners and parents of children from birth to five-years-old.','...a collection of songs created from traditional melodies which comes with a cd and lots of ideas on how to play, to join in and to accompany with new verses.'

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Sue Nicholls
More books by Sue Nicholls

Publisher

A & C Black Music an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

27th February 1992

ISBN

9780713635560


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