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Want to get students excited about your next lesson on Camille Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals? Start with these colorful and engaging popsicle stick puppets that will turn your listening lesson into an opportunity for movement and play. This resource is designed to accompany the MakingMusicFun.net Carnival of the Animals popsicle stick video production which provides an introduction to Saint-Saëns musical masterpiece.
Royal March of the Lion Puppet
Hens and Roosters Puppet
Wild Donkeys Puppet
The Elephant Puppet
Personages with Long Ears Puppet
The Cuckoo in the Depths of the Woods Puppet
The Swan Puppet
String Bass Puppet
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Camille Saint-Saëns was born in Paris. His father was a government clerk who died three months after Charles' birth. At the request of his mother, Camille's great-aunt Charlotte moved in with them. She was the first to introduce him to the piano. Beginning piano lessons at the age of two, he came to be known as one of the outstanding child prodigies of his time. He almost immediately began to write music with his first composition for piano dated March 22, 1839. His talent was not limited to music, he also learned to read by age three and mastered Latin by age seven. Read more...