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Kodaly in the Classroom - Primary (Set I)

A Practical Approach to Teaching Pitch and Rhythm

By Linda Rann

Primary (Set I) Teacher Edition Choral (Teacher Ed) - Grades 1-3
A Practical Approach to Teaching Pitch and Rhythm. Composed by Linda Rann. ExpressiveArts. Collection, Elementary, Kodaly. 80 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.9970596).

Item Number: HL.9970596

8.5x11.0x0.191 inches.

Kodály in the Classroom is a series of children's songs and teacher lessons sequentially organized to teach the basics of pitch and rhythm through singing and games for elementary students. The song material consists of American folk and well-known children's songs. Teacher lessons are easy to follow and do not require previous training in Kodály methodology. Also included are reproducible singer sheets and activities. Primary (Set I) includes 30 songs for lower elementary students including: Charlie Over the Ocean, Engine Engine Number Nine, Michael Finnegan, Who's That Tapping At The Window? Little Sally Water, Hot Cross Buns and more! Also Available: Teacher Edition and Performance/Accompaniment CD.

  • Michael Finnegan 
  • Rocky Mountain High 
  • Pease Porridge Hot 
  • Ring Around The Rosie 
  • Bobby Shaftoe 
  • Rain, Rain Go Away 
  • See Saw 
  • Teddy Bear 
  • Little Sally Water 
  • I See The Moon 
  • Tick Tock 
  • Engine, Engine, Number Nine 
  • Who's That Tapping At The Window? 
  • Hop, Old Squirrel 
  • Johnny Works With One Hammer 
  • Bernie Bee 
  • Oliver Twist 
  • The Closet Key 
  • Bye Low 
  • Bounce High 
  • Partner, Partner 
  • Snail, Snail 
  • Lucy Locket 
  • Bow Wow Wow 
  • Hot Cross Buns 
  • Let Us Chase The Squirrel 
  • Star Light, Star Bright 
  • Skip To My Lou 
  • Great Big House In New Orleans 
  • Charlie Over The Ocean 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    T.R. Wisconsin
    Difficulty Level:
    Not sure
  • September 05, 2007 fun book

    I was so worried about teaching my kids music and this is so fun and simple to understand , I love this book and so do my kids.

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  • 2

    Alameda, CA
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  • March 02, 2007 Fine, but very basic

    This Kodaly book is well-laid out and user friendly, but it is much more basic than I expected. Half of the book focuses almost exclusively on helping children develop steady beat. I expected more. Only the last few lessons introduced Kodaly/solfegg. I wish now that I'd ordered...

    the next level up.

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