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I Can, We Can!

Fun Songs for Learning Essential Sight Words

By Mark A. Brymer

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Fun Songs for Learning Essential Sight Words. Composed by Mark A. Brymer and John Jacobson. Collections. Collection, Cross-Curricular, Elementary. Softcover with CD. 64 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.9971657).

Item Number: HL.9971657

ISBN 9781458415462. 8.5x11 inches. Mark Brymer/John Jacobson.

Reading is one of the most critical skills taught in school. An essential goal in developing this skill is making sure students are completely proficient with Sight Words. The popular “Sing and Learn” series from Hal Leonard presents I Can, We Can – a creative and motivational resource that uses music to reinforce the learning of essential sight words. The Activity Songbook/Listening CD features reproducible song melodies, movement suggestions, activities and games – all presented in a sequential teaching format. Reproducible song pictures with highlighted Sight Words and illustrations are also included for additional learning reinforcement. The enclosed Listening CD provides song recordings to listen and sing-along. A CD-ROM is also available, either separately or in a Classroom Kit with the Activity Songbook/Listening CD. This Enhanced CD-ROM includes song recordings with singers and without, and printable PDFs of singer melodies, full color song pictures, piano accompaniments, activities and artwork. Fun learning through music! Available separately: Activity Songbook/Listening CD, Enhanced CD and Classroom Kit. Lessons and activities by Elizabeth Shier; with special thanks to Sarah Giordano for her creative input. Suggested for grades PreK-1.

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  • Go To The Zoo 
  • I Can, We Can 
  • I Have A Name 
  • I Like To Ride 
  • I Roll The Ball 
  • In My Backpack 
  • L-I-K-E 
  • We Go! 
  • We Like To Move 
  • What Is This For? 
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