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A Song For Each Month! - Nikki Nicholson (with CD)


A Song For Each Month
Media/Arrangement: Piano/Vocal/Guitar (with CD)
Category: Songbooks
Publisher: Nikki Nicholson
Order Code: NKN002

Pre-School KS1 CD
 

Product Description

A delightful collection of 12 poems set to music with CD by Nikki Nicholson.

A Song For Each Month! is a colourful collection of songs for young children, covering all the seasons and months of the year. Timeless and traditional, they depict the innocence of childhood with the use of rhyme and original music. The words are easy to remember and the tunes simple and catchy. These songs lend themselves to clapping, percussion and movement.

Each song paints a picture of the month, featuring weather, dates of the calendar, seasons and the school year. With beautiful illustrations and easy to read words, this magical collection is a "must have" for any Primary School.

The simple piano score is complemented by a CD with vocals and separate backing tracks to sing along to. A Song For Each Month! is a flexible resource, useful as the basis for a play about the Calendar, or simply to be enjoyed as a collection of poems or songs in assembly or in the classroom. For Foundation and Key Stage One.


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