First of all, you should always check West Music first for sources. If they don't have what you need on their website, call them. They probably still have it, and if they don't they'll try their best to get it for you.
Books I utilize:
- 150 American Folk Songs, Peter Erdei & Katalin Komlos
- Sail Away, Eleanor G. Locke
- Kodály: 35 Lesson Plans and Folk Song Supplement, Sr. Lorna Zemke. You'll have to look this one up on Amazon. It's old...
- Kodály in Kindergarten, Katinka Scipiades Daniel
- First Steps in Music, John Feierabend. There's also a version with accompanying CDs and an infant and toddlers curriculum, with a CD option as well. I haven't looked at the infant curriculum yet, so no promises...
- An American Methodology, Ann Eisen & Lamar Robertson. There is an accompanying Yearly Plans book that I will be buying at some point in the near future.
Websites I Love:
- Beth's Music Notes Plus: It's seriously amazing. She does what I'm doing with this blog, but she's been doing it for longer. It's a great resource.
- FirstEgg: Alright, I know it sounds like it wouldn't be a music website, but it's a play on the creators last name. It perfectly captures her personality. Kris Versteegt is one of the instructors at the Drake University Kodály Certification program in Des Moines, IA. She has some great resources on there. Also, if you ever get the chance to take a class from her, DO IT!
You should definitely belong to these organizations because our voice as music educators is stronger together.