Item description for Healthy Habits for Early Learners, CD/Book Kit [With CD] by Sara Jordan...
Overview Award-winning songs teaching nutrition, basic anatomy, the food groups, dental hygiene, personal and fire safety and much more. The lyrics book also includes activities. A bonus of music accompaniment tracks makes class performances fun and easy.
Publishers Description Suitable for children of ages 5 to 8 years, this title presents a collection of songs for young children that cover the food pyramid, nutrients, bones and muscles, the circulatory system, the five senses, dental hygiene and personal and fire safety. It contains worksheet pages which may be reproduced by the classroom teacher.
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Studio: Jordan Music Productions
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.25" Width: 6.78" Height: 1.08" Weight: 0.37 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2000
Publisher Jordan Music Productions
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 1894262409 ISBN13 9781894262408
Availability 0 units.
More About Sara Jordan
Sara Jordan has been creating educational songs to help kids learn since 1990. Motivated by the needs of her own children and her students, her company now publishes a series of over thirty different audio kits including songs that teach reading readiness, ESL, grammar, phonics, math, history, Spanish and French.
Sara Jordan currently resides in Toronto. Sara Jordan was born in 1953.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Healthy Habits for Early Learners (CD and Book)?
My Grade One Class Loves It!! Oct 9, 1999
I am a first-grade teacher in the public schools of Guam, a United States Territory on the far western edge of the Pacific Ocean. My school's name is Machananao Elementary School. For some time, I have used thematic units to facilitate learning in my classroom. Near the beginning of each school year, I teach a unit on Diet and Dental Health. This year as part of that unit, I frequently played the cassette tape 'Healthy Habits for early learners'. My students truly loved the tape and every time I played it, they specifically asked for "Pump It Up!". You should know that I have children from about seven different cultures in my classroom. Some are from tiny little islands in the Federated States of Micronesia, (Pohnpei, Chuuk, Kosrae, Yap) and others are from either the Republic of the Philippines or the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas, (a chain of islands immediately north of Guam.) I have long been a strong proponent of the use of music to teach all aspects of the curriculum and am currently researching the issue in pursuit of a Masters in Education. I want to personally thank you and your staff for producing the tape 'Healthy Habits for Early Learners.' Thank you sincerely, Royce D. 'Josh' Ledbetter