Grab these products today at a great discount! The Three Bears Morning is a step bell story. This is geared for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade. Skipping Through Space is a game about intervals geared toward 1st – 3rd grades. What Does the Fox Say? Set 2 is the second installment in this series. Set 2 provides more challenging rhythms than Set 1 for grades 3 – 5.
I have a brand new product that you are going to love. This product is going to be awesome for Kindergarten and 1st grade. Pre-K will also love this product. I love telling stories and being able to do so through music is the perfect combination for whole child development.
When we can help form connectors for children between two different cortexes of the brain, we are helping to secure understanding and perception of a concept. For instance, if we are working with pitch – we need to form a connector between the visual and the auditory cortexes of the brain. An untrained ear in a child doesn’t know if pitches are going up or down. However if we combine what they are hearing with a visual they can see, the brain makes the connection that what they are hearing has direction as well. So keeping all of that in mind, I have designed a product that will help accomplish this in several different ways.
We, as teachers, need products, and ideas that accomplish higher thinking in our students along with meeting our benchmarks. This product will help accomplish that. There are attributes to the product that help us think about characters in literature and why an author made the connection of pitch direction to that character. What it is about the character that made the author choose the intervals that were chosen?