There are lots of great songs for learning So Mi and La, but I particularly like this Hey Ho Here We Go, it’s a fun circle and guessing game, and a song with movement is always such a great way to help with learning and understanding a lesson. Hey Ho Here We Go! is adapted […]
These Fun Finger Plays For Toddlers are an essential part of any preschool curriculum. Finger plays and reciting rhymes are invaluable for teaching so many things: new vocabulary, speech development, comprehension and co-ordination along with developing memory skills but most important of all they’re such fun, children just can’t seem to get enough of them. […]
The best songs for speech development are the old favourites; traditional nursery rhymes and action songs handed down through the generations. These songs are an easy, fun way to help babies to recognise and imitate new sounds and vocabulary. They are often performed with simple actions or movement that both encourage engagement and develop motor […]
There’s something for everyone with these Baby Bumble Bee song activities, it’s always a real favourite and perfect for the summer months. Baby Bumble Bee Song I’m bringing home a baby bumblebee, I’m bringing home a baby bumblebee, I’m bringing home a baby bumblebee, Won’t my Mummy be so proud of me? I’m bringing home […]
Musical Activities for Spring!
Eostre was the ancient goddess of spring, bringing new light and life to the world after the long dark sleep of Winter. The Christian calendar borrowed her name for what is now the most important Christian festival of the year. The long weeks of Lent give way to the dawn of a new Spring. Easter […]
I Went to Visit a Farm One Day is perhaps the easiest song to sing about farms with preschoolers. It doesn’t require any actions or dancing, just a full and enthusiastic repertoire of farmyard noises! It always goes down very well with puppets which can vary from homemade sock puppets to paper finger puppets. That […]
Our Sheep Lesson Plan is an excellent music class for the spring time or at any other time of year, with plenty of opportunity for exploring rhythm, singing and developing the imagination. Children up to 6 years of age will love learning to play the chime bars and enjoy the rhythm game and circle games, while toddlers from […]