A Rhyme in Time: Rhythm, Speech Activities, and Improvisation for the Classroom
A well-rounded collection of language, movement, and music activities for grades K-8. The pieces integrate well with language arts programs; the rhymes and poems build a foundation for rhythm, phrase, and form. With a developmental process based on the Orff-Schulwerk, each lesson is designed with an open structure that makes them adaptable to the skill level of any group.
* One-Two, Tie My Shoe
* Wee Willie Winkie
* Baté Baté Chocolate
* Tantos Rios
* Second Story Window
* Whoops! Johnny
* Two Little Blackbirds and many more.
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