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Creative Movement and Dance: A Guide

Making dance and creative movement a part of the curriculum can be both rewarding and challenging for any teacher. The following is a list of materials designed to educate and inspire those who want to get started with creative movement and dance in the classroom. All of these materials can be borrowed from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.



Cohen, Arlene.
Stories on the move : integrating literature and movement with children, from infants to age 14
qj LB1042.C468 2007 (In the Children's Department)
Exiner, Johanna Lloyd, Phyllis
Teaching Creative Movement
GV1799 .E84 1974
Gough, Marion
Knowing Dance: a Guide for Creative Teaching
GV1589.G68 1999x
Kaufmann, Karen A.
Inclusive creative movement and dance
q GV1589.K38 2006
Lynch-Fraser, Diane.
DancePlay : creative movement for very young children
GV452.L95 2000x
McCutchen, Brenda Pugh
Teaching dance as art in education
q GV1589.M33 2006
Pica, Rae
Moving & learning across the curriculum : 315 activities & games to make learning fun
j GV452.P519 1999 (In the Children's Department)
Purcell, Theresa M.
Teaching Children Dance: Becoming a Master Teacher
qGV1799.P87 1994
Thompson, Myra K.
Jump for Joy! Over 375 Creative Movement Activities for Young Children
qjGV452.T46 1993 (In the Children's Department)
Willis, Cheryl M.
Dance education tips from the trenches
GV1799.W55 2004
Zakkai, Jennifer Donohue.
Dance as a way of knowing
q GV1589.Z35 1997