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16662470
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Music Money

By Three Cranky Women (TCW Resources)

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Piano - Multi Level
Composed by Three Cranky Women (TCW Resources). TCW Resources. Stocking Stuffers. Method book. Published by TCW Resources (KJ.TW540).

Item Number: KJ.TW540

An Incentive Program that Really Pays! $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 bills feature the portraits of famous composers. Includes instructions for establishing a successful incentive program, plus all the "cash" teachers need to begin.

About TCW Resources

TCW Resources exists to create music teaching materials designed to inspire teachers and students to reach beyond the ordinary. We are committed to producing quality products that utilize sound educational principles. With the knowledge that music can enhance every child's life, we offer students and teachers fresh new tools that will promote their love of music and make music a valued gift for the rest of their lives.

TCW Resources was founded in 1993 by Laura G. Zisette, Charlene Zundel, and Kathleen Lloyd to create teaching materials that are thorough, easy to use, and fun and stimulating for students. The materials are age- and level-appropriate, well-paced, and employ multiple approaches to accommodate varied learning styles.

TCW materials are piloted through the Utah State University Youth Conservatory, a music preparatory program for community children. This conservatory serves over 250 students, ages 5-18, through group theory classes and individual piano lessons. Its curriculum offers weekly group theory classes and individual piano lessons as well as many other extra-curricular programs. The National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) stated that "the USUYC should be a national model for music preparatory programs."

TCW materials are used in many other preparatory programs and conservatories around the United States and Canada.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Little Rock, AR
    Difficulty Level:
    Not sure
  • October 31, 2008 Incentive!

    As a teacher, I find it important to provide a fun incentive to help my students through the "I don't want to practice" blues they all encounter eventually. I have been using Music Money to pay them for their hard work practicing and for participating in music activites (at...

    school, at church, etc). They get to keep track, save, and spend their hard earned Music Money on fun items I buy here and there. In addition to teaching them about saving and spending money, it also helps teach them a little about life - you have to work to earn money in order to have what you want.

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