This is a fantastic book for your child in preschool! The book starts with a picture of an empty stage (and a couple of animals on stage…). Each page introduces a new instrument. As the instruments grow, so do the chamber music ensembles.
Pattern development is very important when working with young readers. Patterns are also important in music. This book does a wonderful job of combining the two elements. The rhymes of the book really flow like music. Your child will remember them, and with that they will remember the important concepts that the book introduces.
Did you and your child know that a chamber group of nine is a called a…
If the answer is no, then read this book!
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Can my child listen to the stories in this book?
Yes. There is a wonderful DVD featuring this story. Your child will read along on screen Zin Zin Zin A Violin, as well as other wonderful stories for young musicians. All of the stories on the DVD will develop your child’s literacy, appreciation for the arts, and creativity. You will listen to the music of Aretha Franklin and Marvin Hamlisch. The six stories in this DVD are beautifully narrated. They will keep your child’s interest, while educating them at the same time.
If you would like to get the same material in a different format, there is also a wonderful DVD.
Check it out HERE