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Sing a Song of Science
Sing a Song of Science
Author: Kathleen Carroll
ISBN-13: 9781569760901
ISBN-10: 156976090X
Publication Date: 1/1/1999
Pages: 64
Edition: Pap/Cas
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: Zephyr Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Your students sing, rap, visualize and mind map their way to mastery of scientific facts. Even the driest facts take root and grow with these enjoyable techniques. Deriverd from years of experience, this book addresses all learning styles by offering many new ways to reinforce concepts. Making use of accelerated learning techniques, enriched environments, and multiple intelligence theory, the book also incorporates kinesthetic learning to embed the learned facts deeply in your students' minds. (from back cover)

Songs (and a couple of stories) include: Matter Song, Layers of the Earth Song, Energy Rap, Classifying Song, Observation and Inference Rap, How the Girl Learned Pitch story, Symmetry Song, Weather Instruments Rap, Precipitatin nSong, Water Cycle Visualization, Tropical Rain Forest Rap, George Washington Carvery Story, Life Cycle of a Plant Visualization, How Animals Move Song, How the Human Body Works Song, Respiration Rap.

*NOTE: comes with cassette tape containing songs featured in the book