Topic | Great Resource for Picture Study/Folksong

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  • HollyS
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    I was going through my Before Five in a Row book and came across a couple books recommended by the author, Jane Lambert.  The first book came last week and the 2nd came today.  They look really good!  They are filled with pictures of artwork from the Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as folksongs with notes & guitar chords.  One is called Songs of the Old West and the other is Go in and Out the Window.  They are both OOP, but Amazon has dozens of inexpensive used copies.  It would make for a nice picture study/folksong study…not to mention playing on the piano!

    Wings2fly
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    We have Go In and Out the Window.  It is a nice book.  I’ll look at the other one too.  Please give the author for Songs of the Old West.

    You might like using King Cole’s Castle by Maclean with a preschooler in a BFIAR style. You can use it as a springboard to study three musical instruments and castles/kings.

    HollyS
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    For the author, it just lists The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

    I see if our library has King Cole’s Castle.  My 6yo will be studying some nursery rhymes next year with Literature Pockets, and that will be fun for her to read to her little brother!   🙂  They both love nursery rhymes.

    Wings2fly
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    Okay, it is Songs of the Wild West.

     

     

     

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