BPP-ACPP Playful Possibilities


BPP-ACPP     Playful Possibilities Children’s Lit, Props, and Play! by Amiee Curtis Pfitzner / Book and Online Access

Let’s Play! Using some favorite children’s books, singing games, listening activities, and original songs, Aimee has created dozens of Orff process lesson plans to activite children and let the PLAY with music.

Learning through play helps a child make sense of the world around them. Playful learning increases confidence as well as self-esteem and builds relationships with others. It helps children problem-solve, understand rules and limits, encourages conflict resolution, inspires creativity and expands language.

Why play?  Mr. Rogers had it right when he said,
“When we treat children’s play as seriously as it deserves, we are helping them feel the joy that’s to be found in the creative spirit. It’s the things we play with and the people who help us play that make a great difference in our lives.”

Online materials are included with each book, including manipulatives, visuals, and vocal scores. Playlists for musical resources are available in iTunes and Spotify. Purchasers will be directed to a secure download page when the transaction is complete.


Playful Props
The Act of Abstract
All the Feels
Always Anjali
Animal Who?
Bluebird, Bluebird
Birdies on the Beach
Broom Dance 2 Play or Sashay
Bunny Rabbit
Buttered Popcorn
Dog Is Sleeping
Candy and Suzie
El cocodrilo loco
Carnival of the Animals
Royal March of the Lion
Cloud Gazing
Creepy Crawly Bugs
Let’s Play!
Don’t Open the Door
Creepy Crawly Spiders
Forty Years on an Iceberg
Glow Beats and Rhythms
Knife, Fork, Spoon, Spatula
Jump, Clap, Shake Your Tail
Line, Texture, Shape
Little Clapping Mouse
Mainey Zany California
Make a Salami Melody
Monster Treats!
Medical Musical Operation
Yoga You
Oh So Quiet!
One in the Boat
Pass the Beat Around the Room
On with the Show
Pick a Path
Say Zoop!
Rhythm Hoops
Snowball Stop
Say What?
Timbre Tango
Rocky Mountain
Sound Detective
Tale of Two Villages
The Wide-Mouthed Frog
Tubular Trepak
What Can You Do with a Paleta?
The Very Impatient Caterpillar