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Singing Activities
  • Counting songs like Five Little Ducks, Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed and Five Green and Speckled Frogs teach a great number of important skills. These songs teach counting backwards, counting in sequence, counting with fingers, gestures, rhythm, beat and rhyme. Number songs are a great way to incorporate many different learning experiences. Get a copy of our nursery rhyme pack today to sing some counting songs with your child.
  • Finger plays with movement encourage the development of motor skills, dexterity as well as hand eye coordination. Songs like The Itsy-Bitsy Spider, use movements to create the spider climbing the spout, the rain, and the sun. These hand and finger movements are a great way to encourage your child’s fine motor skills, which are important for writing.
  • Make singing part of your everyday routine. Sing a song at clean up time, bedtime or dinnertime. Singing is a fun way to get everyone excited about an event and also helps calm a child during transition time.