(Schirmer Performance Editions). Kabalevsky's pedagogical works develop real musical culture in children. These unique and inventive works of piano literature for the early intermediate student have earned their place as perennial favorites among teachers.
Kabalevsky composed 253 piecesduringhis lifetime, of which 125 are for children. Thereare twentypiano collections containing 153 pieces specifically for pedagogical purposes. It is no wonder he has remained such a popular choice among ...
Author: Biegel Jeffrey
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Expertly arranged Piano music by Felix Mendelssohn from the Kalmus Editions series. These Romantic era songs were written for advanced players. This collection contains all fifty Songs Without Words and the Six Children's Pieces
Allegro 49.99 p legato SIX PIÈCES ENFANTINES . - Sechs Kinderstücke Op.72.- SIX PIECES FOR CHILDREN . 5 . Allegro non troppo . Op . 72 Nr.1 . Allegretto . Op . 72 Nr.3 . 1 . Pag . 106 . 3 . Pag . 107 . mf Andante sostenuto .
Author: Felix Mendelssohn
Publisher: Alfred Music
I believe most of marry with the assumption this person is our forever partner. Often our ideals of forever are cut short by divorce While I hope divorce is never a part of your life, it seems we have grown to give marriage little regard. The shortcomings that lie deeply within us often manefest themselves when we are tested by the pressures of divorce. It can be easy to loose sight of what's most important. When we make descisions in an attempt to hurt our spouse, we are in fact asking our children to experience things we should ask of no child. We are often so hurt by the prospect of divorce that we loose ourselves in that hurt. And in fact use our children as pawns in the chess match of divorce. We must all try to remember though no longer each other's partner, we will always be partners in the lifes of your children. Give them the respect their lives deserve. I have had the dubiuos distintion to have experienced divorce from any and all points of reference. This perhaps can be a guide for each of you before you run headlong into the things that can be done to our children during the game of divore and in the name of love.
The Game of Divorce Ellen Shaker. The Game of Divorce The Game of Divorce Ellen Shaker Ellen Shaker ARE NOT CHESS PIECES CHILDREN Children Are not Chess PieCes Children Are not Chess PieCes.
Author: Ellen Shaker
Publisher: Author House
Category: Family & Relationships
By M. Berquin , Au . thor of the Children's Friend . Confifing of 175 Pages . Price only 1s . 63. bound , embellished with a Frontispiece . The Hiftory of Little Jack ( who was found by accident and nurfed by a goat . ) ...
Author: Arnaud BERQUIN
Play provides young children with the opportunity to express their ideas, symbolize, and test their knowledge of the world. It provides the basis for inquiry in literacy, science, social studies, mathematics, art, music, and movement. Through play, young children become active learners engaged in explorations about themselves, their community, and their personal-social world. An Integrated Play-Based Curriculum for Young Children offers the theoretical framework for understanding the origins of an early childhood play-based curriculum and how young children learn and understand concepts in a social and physical environment. Distinguished author Olivia N. Saracho then explores how play fits into various curriculum areas in order to help teachers develop their early childhood curriculum using developmentally and culturally appropriate practice. Through this integrated approach, young children are able to actively engage in meaningful and functional experiences in their natural context. Special Features Include: Vignettes of children’s conversations and actions in the classroom Suggestions for activities and classroom materials Practical examples and guidelines End-of-chapter summaries to enhance and extend the reader’s understanding of young children By presenting appropriate theoretical practices for designing and implementing a play-based curriculum, An Integrated Play-Based Curriculum for Young Children offers pre-service teachers the foundational knowledge about the field, about the work that practitioners do with young children, and how to best assume a teacher’s role effectively.
Leave sculpture bases in the wood center withthe loose scrap wood pieces for children to explore their ideas Children may arrange thewood intoa variety of configurations and discuss balance, shapes, sizes, and textures of the wood ...
Author: Olivia N. Saracho
Author: Chick Corea
Publisher: Schott & Company Limited
Author: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Category: Piano music
In this fully revised second edition of the classic Young Children Reinvent Arithmetic, Constance Kamii describes and develops an innovative program of teaching arithmetic in the early elementary grades. Kamii bases her educational strategies on renowned constructivist Jean Piaget's scientific ideas of how children develop logico-mathematical thinking. Written in collaboration with a classroom teacher, and premised upon the conviction that children are capable of much more than teachers and parents generally realize, the book provides a rich theoretical foundation and a compelling explanation of educational goals and objectives. Kamii calls attention to the ways in which traditional textbook-based teaching can be harmful to children’s development of numerical reasoning, and uses extensive research and classroom-tested studies to illuminate the efficacy of the approach. This book is full of practical suggestions and developmentally appropriate activities that can be used to stimulate numerical thinking among students of varying abilities and learning styles, both within and outside of the classroom. “In this new edition of her important book, Connie Kamii demonstrates scholarship not just in what she has written, but in her willingness to incorporate new ideas and findings. Many people update their books; few assiduously revise them, confronting what they believe to be past errors or gaps in their thinking. Such intellectual honesty, along with consistent connections between theory and practice, make this book a solid contribution to mathematics education of young children.” —Douglas Clements, State University of New York at Buffalo “The development of young children’s logico-mathematical knowledge is at the heart of this text. Similar to the first edition, this revision provides a rich theoretical foundation as well as child-centered activities and principles of teaching that support problem solving, communicating, reasoning, making connections, and representing mathematical ideas. In this great resource for preservice and in-service elementary teachers, Professor Kamii continues to help us understand the implications of Piagetian theory.” —Frances R. Curcio, New York University
The children were amazed at how much the candy weighed when I passed this prize around. I asked how many pieces of candy the children thought each person could have. One child instantly yelled out “One hundred!
Author: Constance Kamii
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Capturing Children’s Meanings in Early Childhood Research and Practice draws together contemporary research and established theories to produce a unique take on the meanings children express through a range of creative tools. Drawing on Reggio Emilia and the Mosaic approach, this book provides readers with a range of strategies for accessing, recording and interpreting young children’s perceptions of and responses to their experiences. Providing a synthesis of the multiple imaginative ways we can capture young children’s meanings through observations, art, photo elicitation, mindfulness, music and other creative methods, Halpenny covers topics such as: Negotiating challenges presented by researching with children Frameworks for seeing and hearing children’s intentions Accurately documenting and interpreting research findings Promoting children’s meanings and their performance of them Moving forward with new understandings This book is an indispensable resource for students of early childhood education, especially for courses focusing on the lived experiences of children from early to middle childhood. It is also a useful reference for those working with young children in educational and caregiving settings, and for those advocating for young children.
In the fourth strategy, photographs were used when children were showing the researcher their learning portfolios. Portfolios are records of children's learning recorded in words and photographs and with pieces of children's work ...
Author: Ann Marie Halpenny
Exploring the ethical questions posed by, in, and about children’s literature, this collection examines the way texts intended for children raise questions of value, depict the moral development of their characters, and call into attention shared moral presuppositions. The essays in Part I look at various past attempts at conveying moral messages to children and interrogate their underlying assumptions. What visions of childhood were conveyed by explicit attempts to cultivate specific virtues in children? What unstated cultural assumptions were expressed by growing resistance to didacticism? How should we prepare children to respond to racism in their books and in their society? Part II takes up the ethical orientations of various classic and contemporary texts, including 'prosaic ethics' in the Hundred Acre Wood, moral discernment in Narnia, ethical recognition in the distant worlds traversed by L’Engle, and virtuous transgression in recent Anglo-American children’s literature and in the emerging children’s literature of 1960s Taiwan. Part III’s essays engage in ethical criticism of arguably problematic messages about our relationship to nonhuman animals, about war, and about prejudice. The final section considers how we respond to children’s literature with ethically focused essays exploring a range of ways in which child readers and adult authorities react to children’s literature. Even as children’s literature has evolved in opposition to its origins in didactic Sunday school tracts and moralizing fables, authors, parents, librarians, and scholars remain sensitive to the values conveyed to children through the texts they choose to share with them.
In particular, I look at how death is presented to children in three pieces of children's literature—Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes (Eleanor Coerr), Tuck Everlasting (Natalie Babbitt), and Duck, Death, and the Tulip (Wolf ...
Author: Claudia Mills
Category: Literary Criticism