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General Music Reviews


This is not your average collection of worksheets.


previously taught concept and is developmentally appropriate for grades Kindergarten and First Grade.


Music Makers is reproducible. Each page can be viewed, sung, tapped, drawn on, and danced by your students to explore music at a higher level than a traditional worksheet.


Music Makers comes with a teacher’s PDF edition that explains each lesson and a printed workbook that can be used for scanning or copying. The activities are listed by concepts: steady beat, ta, ti-ti, so mi, ta-rest, la, etc…


My favorite part of the book is the mystery song collection in


The real value of this book is that it follows a natural Kodály sequence. The lessons in this book build upon the


the back. The kids can participate in a “Name That Tune” assessment. This is the best lesson I have seen for early childhood ear training.


For more information about this book follow Music Makers on Facebook. To learn more about Kodály, join us for a free workshop at my school: April 6, 2019, from 9-3 at Vestavia Hills Elementary East. Kodály Levels I, II, and III will be held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church July 8-19 through the University of Montevallo. The author of this book, Jeremy Howard will be one of the instructors for the course.


I hope that others will enjoy this book as much as I have! Best wishes for an amazing school year!


Deanna Bell


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February/March 2019


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