Mother Goose brain boost: using music and movement to teach cognitive skills
Creative Teaching Press,
Mother Goose Brain Boost uses the natural benefits of music and movement to enhance your regular preschool and early elementary program. This resource emphasizes the latest research in brain development to help children develop the cognitive skills they need to read and succeed in school. The 24 nursery rhymes and traditional songs in Mother Goose Brain Boost are sung to a variety of delightful rhythms. The songs and 48 coordinating activities encourage children to use a number of senses during each learning experience so that information will enter their brain through various pathways. The direct benefit is that children develop essential cognitive skills necessary for success in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. Book jacket.
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|Grouping Title||mother goose brain boost using music and movement to teach cognitive skills|
|Grouping Author||traugh steven|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-03-15 01:10:36AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-12 04:08:21AM|
|author2-role||Creative Teaching Press.|
|available_at_gcld||GRC Juniper Library|
|detailed_location_gcld||GRC Juniper Juvenile|
|display_description||"Features over two hours of music and 48 activities to: develop language, math, and sensory-motor skills simultaneously; improve social skills; build self-esteem; [and] promote early childhood standards for learning."--Cover.|
|local_callnumber_gcld||J 372.87 TRA|
|owning_library_gcld||Grand County Library Dist|
|owning_location_gcld||GRC Juniper Library|
|title_display||Mother Goose brain boost : using music and movement to teach cognitive skills|
|title_full||Mother Goose brain boost [kit] : using music and movement to teach cognitive skills / by Steven Traugh and Susan Traugh|
|title_short||Mother Goose brain boost|
|title_sub||using music and movement to teach cognitive skills|