Music in Prekindergarten: Planning & Teaching
Mary J. Palmer, Wendy L. Sims
Music Educators National Conference, Jan 1, 1993 - Education - 72 pages
Designed to assist prekindergarten teachers, music specialists, and others working with young children to help every child reach his or her full musical potential. Includes chapters on long-range goals for prekindergarten music; guidelines for music activities and instruction; music for children with special needs; and information on developing music concepts and vocabulary.
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LongRange Program Goals
Developing Music Concepts
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