Intended to be used as a workbook for children. Correlates with An American Methodology (item 839409). The teacher is encouraged to use additional songs and activities to enhance reading and writing skills. The book is written sequentially, but the teacher should feel free to change the order of the pages to suit the needs of the classroom. Reviews grade 3 materials, then covers syncopation, la pentatonic, dotted quarter notes, fa, half and whole steps, and B flat and F major key signatures. Song index included. Part of the series of five sequential workbooks, based on American folksongs and children’s rhymes.
Sheets may be used as masters for transparencies, individual worksheets, or may be bound in book form as a workbook for each student – the material comes as loose pages inside a packet, and is copy-permissible (for educational purposes) to the purchaser of the workbook.
A-G: A la Claire Fountaine, Ah Vous Dirai-Je Maman, Alabama Gal, Au Clair de la Lune, Aunt Rhody, Big Fat Biscuit, Blue, Brother John, Canoe Round, Cape Cod Girls, Cedar Swamp, Chairs to Mend, Chatter With the Angels, Come Thru ‘Na Hurry, Dance Josey, Dinah, Fed My Horse, Frog in the Bog, Gallows Pole, The Goose Round, Great Big House in New Orleans
H-P: Hill & Gully Rider, Hogs in the Cornfield, Hot Cross Buns, I Got a Letter This Morning, Ida Red, John Kanakanaka, Johnson Boys, Knock the Cymbals, Land of the Silver Birch, Liza Jane, Noble Duke of York, Old Gray Mare, Old Texas, On a Mountain, Over the River to Feed My Sheep, Paw Paw Patch, Pourquoi
R-Z: Redbirds & Blackbirds, Riding in the Buggy, Rocky Mountain, Sailing on the Ocean, Sea-Lion Woman, Sioux Indian Lullaby, Skip to My Lou, Skipping Rope Song, Somebody’s Knocking, This Old Man, Tideo, Turn the Glasses Over, Walter Jumped a Fox, Weevily Wheat, What’ll We Do With the Baby-o, Whistle Daughter Whistle.