7 edition of Dancing Drum found in the catalog.
September 19, 1998 by Troll Communications .
Written in English
|Series||Native American Legends|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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This book would be wonderful to use in a 3rd, 4th, Dancing Drum book 5th grade classroom. It would also be perfect to use if you are doing a Native American project, as for it tells so much about the Cherokee tribe/5.
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This Cherokee legend tells the story of Dancing Drum, who helped his people become friends with the Sun once again.
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This set includes 30 "Drumming Up Character" student workbooks, 1 "Drumming Up Character" Teacher's Guide book, CD & DVD, and 1 "Team Player Attitudes" poster. Whether you are an experienced drummer/dancer, new to drum/dance, an educator or an xenophile, this is a great book to dive into. It is wonderful to see a well rounded presentation of one of the celebrations from one of the many ethnic groups of West Africa/5(9).
This set includes 30 "Drumming Up Character" student workbooks, 1 "Drumming Up Character" Teacher's Guide book, CD & DVD, and 1 "Team Player Attitudes" poster. Dancing Drum's mission is to EDUCATE, ENTERTAIN, & INSPIRE people of all ages through interactive, percussion-based programs.
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“Drum Lessons with The Greats Volume 1” Written by John Xepoleas, this was the first book in series of two volumes, both of which are now out of print. This first book is my favorite, mostly because of the lessons that are written by Gregg Bissonette and Dave Weckl.
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THE MUSIC Each destination includes: • 4 arrangements for drums. Dancing to the Beat of the Drum is the story of a South African actress searching for an identity, where the question of identity has been manipulated so that cultural diversity is not embraced but where cultural and economic identity determines a person's worth, resulting in a mental and emotional toxicity/5.
Dancing Drum: A Cherokee Legend Watermill Press, - Juvenile Fiction - 47 pages 1 Review This enchanting Cherokee legend comes alive through the author's vivid adaptation and striking 2/5(1). All about Dancing Drum: A Cherokee Legend by Terri Cohlene. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(3).
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