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Cardboard Folk Instruments to Make and Play

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With a few techniques, these fun-to-make and fun-to-play instruments from around the world produce remarkable sound quality. Strum a homemade Middle Eastern Lute, or Oud; Chinese Moon Guitar; North Indian Sitar, Shoebox Zither, or Angle Harp. Or, try Australian Didgeridoos, Percussion Tubes, and more. You’ll be surprised what wonderful things start with an ordinary piece of cardboard.

Cool Cardboard Instruments to Make Play

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Provides instructions to make musical instruments from cardboard, including stringed instruments such as simple guitars and lutes, wind instruments such as flutes, and percussion instruments such as box drums.

Simple Folk Instruments to Make and to Play

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Tinkering

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How can you consistently pull off hands-on tinkering with kids? How do you deal with questions that you can't answer? How do you know if tinkering kids are learning anything or not? Is there a line between fooling around with real stuff and learning? The idea of learning through tinkering is not so radical. From the dawn of time, whenever humanity has wanted to know more, we have achieved it most effectively by getting our hands dirty and making careful observations of real stuff. Make: Tinkering (Kids Learn by Making Stuff) lets you discover how, why--and even what it is--to tinker and tinker well. Author Curt Gabrielson draws on more than 20 years of experience doing hands-on science to facilitate tinkering: learning science while fooling around with real things. This book shows you how to make: A drum set from plastic bottles, tape, and shrink-wrap Magnetic toys that dance, sway, and amaze Catapults, ball launchers, and table-top basketball A battery-powered magic wand and a steadiness game (don't touch the sides!) Chemical reactions with household items Models of bones and tendons that work like real arms and ankles Spin art machine and a hovercraft from a paper plate! Lifelong learners hungry for their next genuine experience

Simple Folk Instruments to Make and to Play

Author : Ilene Hunter
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Historical background information supplements step-by-step illustrated directions for making percussion, string, and wind folk instruments using such readily available objects as metal cans, cardboard packaging, and plastic bottles

Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences

Author : Linda Campbell
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Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences in an outstanding resource that offers expert analysis of Gardner's "Theory of Multiple Intelligences"--and the knowledge to extend this theory to effective classroom practice. Broad-based and comprehensive, this text describes implications for pedagogy, team-teaching, student strengths, curriculum, assessment, community involvement, and diverse classroom models. The authors devote one chapter to each of the eight intelligences. They define intelligence, provide a checklist for identifying it, suggest environmental considerations, and offer related teaching strategies. Additional chapters survey Gardner's recent work on teaching for understanding, performance-based assessment, and model MI school programs and student outcomes.

Multicultural Projects Index

Author : Mary Anne Pilger
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This updated and expanded fourth edition of a popular reference book for teachers and librarians to use in planning interesting extension projects, holiday events to promote diversity, and cross-cultural understanding indexes 725 new books and features over 1,000 indexed projects. Indexes build on the previous three volumes. The book is indexed by subject and author and features indexes to educational games, crafts, activities, and more. It will be particularly useful to educators for use in the social studies curriculum, but also valuable to daycare providers and parents. Booklist and Appraisals and others favorably reviewed previous editions. Complete bibliographic information is given for all books indexed. Grades K-8.

Bericht ber Die Internationale Arbeitstagung Der Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments Des International Folk Music Council

Author : International Council for Traditional Music. Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments. Internationale Arbeitstagung
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The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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Supporting Young Learners 3

Author : High
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The High/Scope Curriculum is a developmentally based approach to early childhood education. This curriculum's "Extensions" newsletter, in which the articles in this collection first appeared, informs curriculum users about new development, relating to the High/Scope "open framework" curriculum. This collection divides the articles into eight chapters. Chapter 1, "Supportive Adult-Child Interaction," includes articles on encouraging group problem solving, rules and limits, persona dolls as discussion starters, and superhero play. Chapter 2, "Materials and Environments for Active Learners," considers computer use, materials for infants and toddlers, and gardening. Chapter 3, "Learning and Exploring throughout the Daily Routine," presents articles on arrivals and departures for infants and toddlers, reading throughout routines, small group interaction strategies, and pretend play. Chapter 4, "Key Experiences in the Preschool Classroom," contains articles on reading, message boards, promoting outdoor experiences, children's art, dramatic arts, and movement. Chapter 5, "Meeting the Needs of All Children," presents articles on supporting children's home language, classroom adaptations for children with special needs, and High/Scope strategies for specific disabilities. Chapter 6, "Active Learning in the Elementary Grades," focuses on hands-on materials, children's interests, drama, art, and parent-teacher conferences. Chapter 7, "Collaborating with Parents," includes articles on parent involvement opportunities, parent conferences, and involving parents in curriculum planning. Chapter 8, "Team Planning, Assessment, and Staff Development," contains articles on planning around children's interests, assessing program quality through classroom observations, and mentoring. Appended is a list of books and audiovisual material published by the High/Scope Press. (KB)

Experimental Musical Instruments

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Making Folk Instruments in Wood

Author : Dennis Waring
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Shows how to make simple string, wind, and percussion instruments including dulcimers, harps, fiddles, drums, recorders, and bells

Resource Teacher Handbook

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Play Centers for School Children

Author : Adele Franklin
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Practical Encyclopedia of Crafts

Author : Maria Messuri DiValentin
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Contains crafts involving: clay; fabric; metal; glass; natural materials; paper; plastic; leather; print; scrap material; and wood.

Bibliographic Guide to Music

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Creating Environments for Toddlers 25 36 Months

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Teacher in New Africa

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Early Literacy in Preschool and Kindergarten

Author : Janice J. Beaty
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To answer the question of what reading and writing activities are best for young children, a well-known early childhood author has joined forces with a literacy expert to explore the development of literacy in the preschool environment and its ongoing support through kindergarten. The result is a pragmatic, research-based book whose paradigm shift focuses future teachers on the use of “cultural characters” from picture books as the keys to an entire curriculum of literacy activities. Based on the latest theories of naturally emergent literacy, this book examines ways to create a literacy-friendly learning environment, using music and art as natural languages, and even strengthening finger muscles for writing through other hands-on activities. A three-part division of early literacy content—emergent speaking, emergent writing, and emergent reading—devotes three chapters to each section. For future and practicing pre-school and kindergarten

Making Wood Folk Instruments

Author : Dennis Waring
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Introduce the kids to some toy instruments they're sure to love--a bleach-bottle banjo, garden-hose bugle, washtub bass, or flowerpot chimes. Or create your own authentic folk instrument: Renaissance psaltery, hammered dulcimer, teardrop fiddle, or Celtic harp. How to make all these projects is fully explained here, along with playing instructions and a fun collection. "Irresistible."-- "Fine Woodworking . "Recommended."-- "LJ . 160 pages, 200 b/w illus., 8 1/2 x 10 3/4.