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Snap Crackle & Pop

Kevin Mayhew

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Product Code: 3611800

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Sparky Musical Activities for Sparky Children
Includes: Free CD
Photocopy: Permitted
Davina Shore says, “Music is fun, and children's experience of it should be fun too” Snap, Crackle and Pop is full of lively ideas to help KS1 children get the most out of music. These include songs, stories, movement and rhythm exercises.

Many of the National Curriculum requirements for music are covered, as outlined in the programme of study at the beginning of each activity. Yet this exciting new resource has been carefully written to be accessible to the non- specialist.

The book comes with a free CD and also has photocopiable resources.
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Product Code3611800
NameSnap Crackle & Pop
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorDavina Shore
Short DescriptionSparky Musical Activities for Sparky Children
Pack Size1
Date Published9 Jun 2004
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CD Track List
Part 1 Exploring Classroom Instruments
Part 2 Exploring Pulse and Rhythm
Part 3 Exploring Timbre and Duration
Part 4 Composition
Part 5 Time to Move
Part 6 Listening to Music
Let's Get Creative! - making your own instruments

Davina Shore qualified in 1988 with a BEd Honours degree, specialising in music.

For the last fifteen years she has worked as a primary school teacher where music has always played a significant part. As well as teaching, Davina has led choirs, run a musical theatre club, provided in-service training for teachers, directed school productions and taught music across the primary range.

When she isn't at work Davina regularly leads and plays in her church music group and really enjoys involving the children in the music making. Davina and her husband have a repertoire of piano solo and duet music which they perform at weddings and other concerts. Davina also acts and musically directs for local amateur dramatic groups.

She is Acting Assistant Director of Music at King's College School in Cambridge