Alice Brass's approach to Orff music stressed improvisation and creativity. Teachers seeing the lively and inventive presentations of her groups often asked, "How did you develop such a complex and interesting production?" The answer was always, "Step by step and day by day." In helping teachers with Orff projects, Alice Brass realised there was a need for a guide that answered such practical questions as where to begin, how much to expect to cover in a class and how to encourage children to develop their own ideas. This book outlines nine projects, taking the teacher step-by-step through a process designed to teach basic music, improvisation and creative movement. It will be valuable and inspiring to all who teach music to young children.