Sing It Yourself
A collection of 220 folk songs representing different parts of the United States, some with foreign roots. The songs are based on pentatonic scales making it easy for children to learn the melodies. All of the songs are playable on Orff instruments. These songs can be used as a springboard for discussing other states and cultures.
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