Let's Go Shoolie-shoo

Let's Go Shoolie-shoo : Creative Activities for Dance and Music

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A collection of world and historical music for inspiring dance and movement work in the primary classroom. An instantly accessible resource, fully supported by clear text, illustrations, photocopiable materials, videoclips, and recorded music. Following on from 'Let's Go Zudie-O', this is a collection of world and historical music for inspiring dance and movement work in the primary classroom. The activities are brought to life through videoclips of the authors working with children in real-life teaching situations. This is a rich resource which will motivate and delight both children and teachers. The music includes jazz, Mexican band music, contemporary electronic music, 19th to 21st century orchestral music, a stick dancing game from Thailand, an Italian renaissance dance, and African traditional rain music. The CD-ROM, as well as demonstrating the activities, contains motivational clips of underwater life, an American twister, and much much more.

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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 56 pages
  • 234 x 250 x 8mm | 299.38g
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • A & C Black Music
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • b&w illustrations
  • 0713666153
  • 9780713666151
  • 190,864

About Bobbie Gargrave

Helen MacGregor is the author of the acclaimed Listening to Music series, and Music Express. As well as Education Consultant to the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Helen is Primary Music Co-ordinator for Kent, and a regular workshop leader for A & C Black. Bobbie Gargrave is PE and Dance Consultant for the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, where she also works with the Early Years Team. She works for the Youth Sport Trust delivering Top Dance training, and is a regular contributor to education dance publications.

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