Niki Davies: Billy No Buzz! (Teacher's Book/CD)

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Composer: Niki Davies
Series: Golden Apple
Format: Sheet Music | Classroom Musical
A message for little children through seven enchanting new songs, tolerance and acceptance of others who may be different to ourselves. Billy Bee is rejected because he can't buzz, but is eventually accepted for being himself. Ideal for use as part of a Personal and Social Development programme. Suitable for Pre-School and Key Stage 1 children. For use in schools, Sunday school drama workshops and after-school clubs. Edited by Alison Hedger.

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ISBN: 9780711979208
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 01 March 2000
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: GA11104
 
     
       

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        5
        I have just performed this with 50 Reception children. The songs are all excellent and the children learnt them quickly and easily - they especially liked 'We Dont Want To Be Your Friend' It engaged all the children, even those with Special Educational Needs and delivers a great moral for early years.
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        5
        Our nursery experimented with Billy No Buzz to accompany a PSED topic on caring and sharing. Our children aged between 2.5 and 5 years learned the songs with ease and just loved them. In their costumes they were memorable and the moral helped to example the topic beautifully. I could not recommend Billy No Buzz highly enough - a wonderful production.
        Anonymous - (Crowborough, United Kingdom)
        5
        We have just performed Billy No Buzz and parents and staff alike were delighted with it. Our Nursery/Reception Class learnt the songs easily and the older children coped with one line parts very well. There wasn't a dry eye in the house as Billy was told to "Go away, we don't want to be your friend!" A very good moral to it - we want more!!
        Anonymous - (Bridgend, United Kingdom)

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