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Think William Shakespeare meets 50-Cent meets CliffNotes. I'm Bob Zaslow, but all my students call me, "Mr. Z." I've written the book RAP-NOTES: SHAKESPEARE'S GREATEST HITS for every middle-or high-school kid who has any fear about reading and understanding Shakespeare. I've told the entire stor
Chapter Questions - Wizard of Oz - L. Frank Baum
Baa, Baa Black Sheep is a children's classic nursery rhyme - perfect for moving in duple meter and exploring steady beat! Nursery rhymes provide a rich context of rhythm, steady beat, vocabulary development, and storytelling! Rhythm & Rhymes provides music teachers with a variety of tools to t
The story of Ferdinand shares a message of peace and contentment. Children are delighted to create the music for Ferdinand and the other bulls; this requires two very different styles! The lesson introduces terms and symbols for piano, forte and crescendo, as well as suggested sound effects and a so
Sing along with handy lyrics to 7 original songs written to your favorite Seuss books. These songs can be used in the classroom to help promote reading through the aid of music! If you have a smart board, put the lyrics up and play the music. Children can also try and write their own verses to th
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 is a classic nursery rhyme about a little boy who loves to fish! Nursery rhymes provide a rich context of rhythm, steady beat, vocabulary development, and storytelling! Rhythm & Rhymes provides music teachers with a variety of tools to teach our youngest students beloved nursery
I LOVE Iza Trapani's books and, as a music teacher, I love to sing them to the class so I have created this MPS file to do just that. This recording was built to support her "Twinkle Twinkle" book and all the extra verses. The music is from Mozart "Variations on 'Ah vous dirai-je Maman'" a public d
Nursery rhymes provide a rich context of rhythm, steady beat, vocabulary development, and storytelling! Rhythm & Rhymes provides music teachers with a variety of tools to teach our youngest students beloved nursery rhymes in a musical setting. Each set includesSlides with the nursery rhymeSlide
Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain by Verna Aardema. Published by Puffin Books.I've added bongos and egg shakers (or maracas), but I might also add some other drums, and rainstick to it as well.
Only One You. buy Linda Kranz. Published by Cooper Square Publishing.
The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales by Jon Scieszka and Lane SmithVery funny book. I can't take credit for the song. It was written by a bunch of music teachers at a teacher workshop. Choose children to pick out instruments to represent the main characters - whatever instrument the
Pig the Tourist by Aaron Blabey, published by ScholasticAnother song for Pig, that awful pug! I usually save the Pig the Pug books for Pre-K, Kindergarten and first grade. I teach them the song, then read the book, and we sing the song before we turn the page. That allows the students time to see
Say Something by Peter Hamilton Reynolds, published by Orchard BooksThis book is about saying something and moving the world to a better place - something we all are teaching.This is the vocal version - for Kindergarten and First Grade. I want them to be concentrating on the pictures and words.
I Need a Hug by Aaron Blabey, published by ScholasticVery sweet book for little ones. I did not add instruments as I always like to have them concentrate on the pictures and words, rather than trying to play an instrument.
Click, Clack, Quack to School by Doreen Cronin, published by Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books. Who can resist a Click Clack book? I did not add instruments because this book is aimed to a younger reader, and I like them to concentrate on the words and pictures as I read. It has a song that they sing
The children in this school are sick and tired of the teachers’ boring lessons. The teachers are fed up with bored children who don’t listen to them. Everyone is happy when the school year finishes and summer holidays begin. Everyone, that is, except the school principal who is rather unceremoniousl
What Does It Mean To Be Kind? by Rana DiOrio, published by ScholasticWe are all teaching kindness, and this book puts it all in perspective.This is the vocal version, for younger students who are to ready for instruments.You can always add un-pitched percussion on the beat, or maybe an obstinate
Some Pets by Angela Diterlizzi, published by Scholastic.I volunteer with our local Humane Society, so I thought this book was perfect! I only created a song, as this is geared toward Kindergarten and First Graders and I want them to concentrate on the pictures and words as we are reading.
Making a Friend by Tammi Sauer, published by ScholasticA cute book about making friends, something that seems to be a challenge for our students today. I did not include instruments because I want them to concentrate on the pictures and words in the book.
The Pigeon Has To Go To School by Mo WillemsMy students love the Pigeon books. This one is great for those students who might have some fear about going to school. This is vocal music only, because when I read to them, I want them to be looking at the pictures and the words.
Pout Pout Fish Cleans up the Ocean by Deborah Diesen, published by Faffaf Straus GirouxThis is just the song for the book, if you do not want to play instruments.
Pout Pout Fish and the Bully Bully Shark by Deborah Diesen. Published by Farrar, Straus and GirouxLove the Pout Pout Fish books - they all have such a great lesson in each one. This is a good lesson in bullying.
This musical program is designed to help students understand the function of an author. It's great for all teachers. You get the audio too! Each song breaks down P.I.E. Persuasion, Information, Entertainment and Explanation. My second grade team asked if I could write a show about this because their
Pig the Elf by Aaron Blabey, published by Scholastic Books

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