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A Wiggly, Giggly, Squiggly Musical

Composers: John Jacobson, John Higgins
Format: CD
Version: Performance/Accompaniment CD

Spiders! Snakes! Bats! Worms! EWWW!! AHHH!! Join the wiggles and squiggles as the Itsy Bitsy Spider, Daddy Long Legs, Hook Worm, Snake, and a host of other critters take over the stage. But wait! No need to scream . . . just listen carefully and you will learn how things that make us squirm can be A-OK!

Showcase your young Gr. K-3 performers in this 20-minute squirmy musical featuring the popular writing team of John Jacobson and John Higgins. The easy-to-learn songs and creative rhyming dialogue with 45 speaking parts will make your show a hit with any audience, whether it be a general assembly, a community program, a class project or evening concert. The enhanced Teacher Edition/Singer CD-ROM includes piano/vocal arrangements with choreography, helpful production guide with staging and costume suggestions, teaching objectives linked to the National Standards for each song, PLUS reproducible singer parts on the enclosed data disc. For the best value, the Classroom Kit offers the Teacher/Singer and Performance/Accompaniment CD. Available separately: Teacher Edition/Singer CD-ROM, Preview CD (full performance with dialogue), Preview Pak (Preview CD and sample pages), Performance/Accompaniment CD, Classroom Kit (Teacher/Singer CD-ROM and P/A CD).

Song List:
  • Cool To Be A Worm
  • Give A Bat A Call
  • A Snake In The Grass
  • A Spider Song
  • Squirm!
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