Sing and Learn
Dino Soaring - Science, History
Have a rip-roaring time teaching your kids about some amazing prehistoric creatures! Sing and play your way through the early history of life on earth and discover science in a way you never thought could be this fun. This engaging cross-curricular resource of songs and activities explores the lives of seven exciting dinosaurs. It includes eight songs, an easy rhyming script, and fifteen fact-filled reproducible activities. Designed for music and general classroom teachers, this collection will reinforce learning done in other disciplines across the curriculum and engage students in a riveting musical learning experience.
Oceans of Fun - Science
In this delightful revue-style collection, you'll discover meaningful ways to supplement your music program with quality cross-curricular materials. It consists of eight songs, an easily memorized rhyming script and 21 fact-filled reproducible activity sheets. As a musical revue, classroom activity or a means of team teaching, the songs and activities offer a great learning experience for your students. 20 minutes.
Sing and Play About the USA - American History and Geography
This collection of reproducible songs and activities is designed for classroom, home school or individual learning. The activities include coloring, connect-the dots, crosswords, word search, singing and more. Included with the book is a listening CD that also contains sing-along tracks. Learning about the United States has never been so fun.
Singin’ in the Rainforest
Explore all the layers of the rainforest with this collection of songs and activities designed for both music and general classroom use. Singin' in the Rainforest can be performed in its entirety as a musical revue, or it can be divided into smaller segments to reinforce learning done in other disciplines across the curriculum. This collection includes 14 reproducible educational activities, a Rainforest Vocabulary and Facts Guide, Life Science Curriculum Objectives, and Fast Facts for Teachers. 20 minutes.