Includes: 5 PDFs & 2 Videos
This amazing set gives you all the tools you need to teach your first year of Pentatonic recorder - books, charts, lessons and a teacher instruction video! In the video, one of our Waldorf teachers, Diane Power, shows you how to teach the skills of holding the pentatonic recorder, blowing into the pentatonic recorders, the first story you will tell, finger positions and practice sessions, and the first song you will teach your student(s). This video and book set are all you need to get through your first year of pentatonic recorder lessons. Learn alongside your student(s) and fill your home with music! This set is available here in the shop at www.Earthschooling.com, on the Teacher Support page or comes free with the Teacher Support Package or Earthschooling Lifetime Family Curriculum.
To see which recorders you can use with these lessons download the file below "Recorders for Pentatonic Lessons"
More Details: These lessons come with printable lesson cards with BONUS soprano recorder guide, charts and sheet music! This set will get you through 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th AND 5th grade! Using this set you will be able to teach your child how to play the pentatonic recorder (pentatonic flute) even if you don't know how to read music or play recorder. This set also includes all the basic instruction you need, as well as purchasing tips, information about other recorders, and many songs laid out in easy-to-follow lessons. The pages are colorful and are laid out much like a Main Lesson Book. The pentatonic fingering chart is colored in the Waldorf style so it can be attractively displayed and used in your lesson area. Your purchase comes with a set of printable "recorder lesson cards" you or your child can use to create your own lessons. The song book includes three traditional songs, some original songs and many traditional songs from Russia, Poland, France, England, Austria, Australia, and other places - all arranged into pentatonic format by Kristie Burns. Words are included with all the songs so you can sing them first (as is traditional when teaching pentatonic recorder).