As you teach the note names, play the pitch on the ladder bells, which also demos low to high.
Step on the keyboard and grand staff as you learn the note names and hear the pitches on the bells. Kinesthetic learning makes concepts stick.
Step the notes, toss the critters, hear the pitches, place the note names--active learning at its best!
Learning takes leaps and bounds when you add movement and kids connect the music concepts kinesthetically.
Color coded AlphaDots and resonator bells help children put the sound and staff and note names together.
Use the King Keyboard with MGRs as the mat for visualizing, stepping, and the Resonators for clarifying up/down, high/low, steps/skips as you learn notes,intervals, scales, keys.
Sing as you hop! PDF Activity Guide offers lots of fun suggestions.
Place, play and sing pitches on the keyboard floor mat with Music-Go-Rounds AlphaDots Set 1 and matching Resonator Bells! Make visual connections with notes and pitches, intervals, scales, more. Move to learn!
25 foam mats in 5 colors, plus 3 inflatable cubes.
3 sizes of balls and stretch bands especially for Dalcroze rhythm games.
Choreography Cards and DVD and 6 ribbon wands.
A joyous interpretation of colors through music, creative movement, and dramatic expression by Ann Jonas
Dr. Seuss helps children express their moods and the scarves with a CD of mood music give a means to do so .
Plush animal critters from A-G make learning notes on the floor staff more fun!
Dr. Robert Abramson, Dalcroze specialist. Book rhythm games with tools.
Rhythm Games and Feel It! books by Dr. Robert Abramson, Eurhythmics DVD, plus balls and stretch bands for the games.
Extra set to accommodate a larger class.
Explore keyboard geography with our hands-on, feet-on 5-octave floor keyboard!
All you need to add movement and dance to your classroom.