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Six Classic Show Tunes for Children to Sing, Color, and Enjoy

Six Classic Show Tunes for Children to Sing, Color, and Enjoy. Classroom/Pre-School; Other Classroom; Play-Along; Song and Activity Book. Book and CD. 24 pages. Alfred Music #00-BMR07013CD. Published by Alfred Music (AP.BMR07013CD).

Item Number: AP.BMR07013CD

ISBN 9780757981739. English.

This fun book combines music and art activities! Children can sing along with the CD at home, in the car, or in the classroom. They will enjoy the great activities while listening to six sensational songs: Over the Rainbow * Singin' in the Rain * Once Upon a December * Tomorrow * Talk to the Animals * The Lion Sleeps Tonight. Lyrics are provided in child-friendly large type. The CD has full performance tracks with children's voices and also instrumental accompaniment tracks that could be used for talent shows or auditions. Children can color pages that relate to the songs and cut-out puppet patterns to create their own puppet show! A must for parents, teachers, and caregivers! Ages 3-8.

  • Singin' in the Rain  Composed by Nacio Herb Brown;Lyrics by Arthur Freed
  • Tomorrow  Additional credits Charles Strouse,Martin Charnin
  • Once Upon A December  Additional credits Lynn Ahrens,Stephen Flaherty
  • Over The Rainbow  Composed by Harold Arlen;Lyrics by E.Y. "Yip" Harburg
  • Talk To The Animals  Composed by Leslie Bricusse
  • The Lion Sleeps Tonight  Composed by George David Weiss,Luigi Creatore,Hugo Peretti
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

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  • April 29, 2015 Great for children who cannot read music

    The title says it, so that's why I took away one star. You can put chord symbols over the lyrics if you are a guitarist. I think this book is great for children learning to read through the introduction to songs from Broadway, the radio and the cinema!

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