Try out these interactive songs, and rhymes to engage your little learner and help develop concept knowledge, like numbers and colors, as well as improve their phonological awareness.
We are wrapping up Shapes week with this flannel board song to the tune of “Are You Sleeping?” My daughter insists on everything have a “happy mouth” so our flannel shapes are HAPPY SHAPES! Repeat the song for each shape that you have and count the sides together. Make your own or buy a setContinue reading “Shapes Flannel Board Song”
We are missing the zoo these days! Luckily we went right before everything shut down so the memories are still nice and fresh. Giants of the Savanna is by far our favorite area! Elephants and giraffes?! Yes, please! Watch the flannel board song here. This elephant rhyme has quickly become a household favorite! We doContinue reading “Five Giant Elephants”
Five Little Goldfish is a variation of Ten Colorful Fish Swimming in a Bowl and is ideal for younger learners to practice counting down from five. I used gold craft felft to make five fish and white craft felt for the bowl. Buy the felt set on Etsy on make your own! When you areContinue reading “Five Little Goldfish Song”
My 2-year old requests this song over and over again. She thinks the little fish are “so cuuuute!” It is a great flannel board rhyme for learning colors and counting, but even if you don’t have a flannel board at home, you can still sing this song and create an interactive experience for your littleContinue reading “Ten Colorful Fish Song”
It’s not technically Earth Day anymore, but we should celebrate our planet EVERY DAY, right?! The earlier children learn about the Earth and how we can all help keep it vibrant and thriving, the more likely they will be to develop lifelong habits of recycling, reusing, reducing and conserving! Try out this little ditty withContinue reading “Our Earth Song”
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