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ECED 2120 Music and Movement in ECE
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Electronic Books - eBooks
Including Everyone : creating music classrooms where all children learn
This book is not so much about how to teach as it is about how to think as a teacher confronting a variety of learning challenges. The challenge for music teachers is to create meaningful learning opportunities for all children, preparing them to participate happily and successfully in rewarding music experiences throughout their lives.
Handbook of music, adolescents, and wellbeing
With 26 authors from around the globe, The Handbook of Music, Adolescents, and Wellbeing brings together the latest theory, research, and practice from the fields of music therapy, music psychology, music education, and music sociology to explore and understand how and why music plays such a big part in the lives of young people
This Too is Music
Inspires teachers to foster playful settings where young students can thrive as improvisers, critical listeners, performers, and composers. Told through anecdotes and illustrated with examples, the book quells any doubts teachers may have regarding their abilities to create an environment where children can grow as musicians
Print Books on MUSIC AND MOVEMENT in the Lakeland Collection
Music & Movement (Prek-K)
This is a complete program of materials and teaching techniques designed to channel students' natural enthusiasm for music and movement into productive learning experiences.
The Joy of Movement
The Joy of Movement is a preschool movement activity book with a therapeutic perspective. The combination of old and new games creates a purpose driven physical motor curriculum. Each activity has been kid tested. This well-organized and easy-to-use book includes fun, developmentally appropriate activities that foster physical development and build self-esteem. The activities are built around developmental motor milestones and are flexible enough to encourage skill development for a variety of learners.
Learning with Music
Learning with Music offers an accessible introduction to music education theory for those working in the early years. Using real case studies and rich examples, the book provides practical suggestions to develop the formative ideas of music education, such as melody, rhythm, pulse and timbre, into games and activities for every early years setting.
Ants in Their Pants
Successful and tested techniques to help caregivers, educators, and parents provide the best support to active learners so they can thrive in the classroom and at home.
One, Two, What Can I Do?
With more than one hundred activities and two accompanying CDs of music by Debbie Clement, One, Two, What Can I Do? makes it easy to incorporate lively movement into your day. Each activity is an enjoyable way for children to engage in physical activity and establish lifelong healthy habits, which is especially important with children's increasingly sedentary lifestyles and rising childhood obesity rates.
101 Rhythm Instrument Activities
The book will delight two-to six-year-olds as they are invited to create sounds of ocean waves, rainstorms, and horses galloping, as well as play along with their favorite songs. With 101 ideas, a subject index, and teacher tips, the books makes it easy to find rhythm instrument activities to fit every curriculum and every day.