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Preschool Music Book - Preschool Music Curriculum, Take Homes

Preschool Music Book - Preschool Music Curriculum, Take Homes

Supplemental low-tech music book for common nursery rhymes. Assistive in development of language for children with delayed speech development, speech support, music therapy, Early Intervention and non-verbal children seeking ways to participate in preschool classroom music time. Inside you'll find appropriate age adjustments for each activity. Suggestions on what parents can do at home are also provided. Please note that recordings are not included, the book is for teacher use only, with permission to print out for parents of your own classroom students. All recordings can be found in multiple places, including online, for free. These activities are great for transitioning between other activities, circle time or music time! Suggested use of each chant and song is learning one per week so children become familiar with steady beat, whole body movement and musical awareness. If following the suggested planning, this book will provide 42 lessons. This product includes the following nursery songs: 1. Hello Everybody 2. The More We Get Together 3. Tingalayo 4. Sweetly Sings the Donkey 5. Trot, Little Horsey 5. Carnival of the Animals - Donkeys (Saint-Saens) 6. There's a Cobbler Down the Street 7. See How I'm Jumping 8. All Around the Garden 9. Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush 10. Aeolian Lullaby 11. Trot, Trot to Boston 12. Roly Poly 13. Sometimes I'm Very Small 14. Roll the Ball Around the Room 15. John the Rabbit 16. Stone Soup (Story with optional improvised singing) 17. Carnival of the Animals - Aquarium (Saint-Saens) 18. Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Story with Low, Middle, High voices) 19. A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea 20. Carnival of the Animals - Fossils 21. Head and Shoulders, Baby 22. Ten Little Fingers, Ten Little Toes 23. Two Little Eyes 24. Soft Voices, Loud Voices 25. Baby Bear Sits on the Chair 26. Going on a Treasure Hunt 27. Bye-Lo, Baby Oh! 28. Peas Porridge Hot 29. Carnival of the Animals - Lion (Saint-Saens) 30. Higglety Pigglety Pop 31. Batti Le Manine 32. Que Linda Manita 33. Diddlety, Diddlety, Dumpty 34. Dickery Dickery Dare 35. This Kitty Said 36. From Wibbleton to Wobbleton 37. Soft Kitty 38. Carnival of the Animals - Elephant (Saint-Saens) 39. Pizza, Pickle, Pumpernickel 40. Paw Paw Patch This product requires moderate assembly after purchase including binding or laminating if desired. I recommend use of heavy card stock paper to lengthen life of materials. All designs and finished products are property of Kristen L. Galardi
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Nursery Rhymes booklet

Nursery Rhymes booklet

Nursery songs booklet (lyrics+ pictures) to have in the classroom as a free resource available to the kids. The children can read the book independently and recognise the songs even if they can't read. It also can be used at circle time or during the lesson.
Mycar
Log Out! Time to talk to your children! Part 2

Log Out! Time to talk to your children! Part 2

A ‘MUST’ at ever school’s Parents’ Workshops! Assists schools in raising parents awareness of the importance of developing children's early communication skills  An invaluable tool for every caring parent and carer on how to develop their children’s early communication skills!  This course explores the reasons for the decline in young children’s early communication skills  It offers practical suggestions on how to effectively use the senses to elicit positive responses from children and encourage them to talk  Includes practical tips that parents can do to boost their children’s early language skills to ensure that they are well prepared for school  Offers practical tips, suggestions and ideas of activities that develop children’s confidence and independence in leading conversations  Develops parents’ awareness of age related expectations  Offers insight on how to identify when something is wrong Part 2 includes: • Age related expectations: What children are expected to know and do under 12 months, at first birthday, 24 and 36 months. • How to promote early communication skills at ages: one, two, three, four and five years’ old • Signs that something may be wrong • Summary tips on how to promote early language skills
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Log out! Time to talk with your children! Part 1

Log out! Time to talk with your children! Part 1

A ‘MUST’ at ever school’s Parents’ Workshops! Assists schools in raising parents awareness of the importance of developing children's early communication skills. An invaluable tool for every caring parent and carer on how to develop their children’s early communication skills!  This course explores the reasons for the decline in young children’s early communication skills  It offers practical suggestions on how to effectively use the senses to elicit positive responses from children and encourage them to talk  Includes practical tips that parents can do to boost their children’s early language skills to ensure that they are well prepared for school  Offers practical tips, suggestions and ideas of activities that develop children’s confidence and independence in leading conversations  Develops parents’ awareness of age related expectations  Offers insight on how to identify when something is wrong Part 1: • Parental Alert! Decline in Early Communication Skills • Early Communication: Facts every parent should know • Suggested activities to promote your child’s early communication
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HoHow to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners' Guide

HoHow to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners' Guide

A practical based online course developed for people working in Early Childhood education. Practitioners will develop increased awareness of the importance of early communication in building a secure foundation for acquisition of literacy skills. The course explores a range of effective strategies that enable children to develop crucial literacy skills. It includes activity workbooks with suggested responses which assists practitioners to check, reflect and explore how they would use acquired skills and knowledge in their practice. Part 1 consists of three modules: Module 1: Why is early communication and language development important? Module 2: What are the key communication skills children are expected to have by the end of their first year in school? Module 3: A snapshot into how to promote children’s early communication skills Part 2 consists of three modules: Module 1: How to identify when a child has communication difficulties Module 2: How to create a language rich environment Module 3: Strategies to support children with limited communication skills Part 3 consists of three modules Module ! Devise an action plan to address the training needs Module 2 Identify the range of specific training that your staff needs and how to address them Module 3 Explore a range of ways that you can empower parents to support their children’s learning effectively
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How to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners Guide Part 2

How to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners Guide Part 2

A practical based online course developed for people working in Early Childhood education. Practitioners will develop increased awareness of the importance of early communication in building a secure foundation for acquisition of literacy skills. The course explores a range of effective strategies that enable children to develop crucial literacy skills. It contains activity workbooks with suggested responses which assists practitioners to check, reflect and explore how they would use acquired skills and knowledge in their practice. Part 2 consists of three modules: Module 1: How to identify when a child has communication difficulties Module 2: How to create a language rich environment Module 3: Strategies to support children with limited communication skills
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How to promote children’s communication skills A Practitioners’ Guide

How to promote children’s communication skills A Practitioners’ Guide

A practical based online course developed for people working in Early Childhood education. Practitioners will develop increased awareness of the importance of early communication in building a secure foundation for acquisition of literacy skills. The course explores a range of effective strategies that enable children to develop crucial literacy skills. Reflect on the key strengths of your current provision and identify the key gaps in staff’s skills and devise an action plan to address the training needs Identify the range of specific training that your staff needs and how to address them Explore a range of ways that you can empower parents to support their children’s learning effectively
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Hush Little Baby, Don't Say A Word Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet

Hush Little Baby, Don't Say A Word Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet

Children explore the piano and play their favorite songs with Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets! This product includes instructions and colored rectangles to place on your piano or keyboard along with the Hush Little Baby, Don't Say A Word (Mama's Gonna Buy You A Mocking Bird) Color-Coded Song Sheet. An easy introduction to playing the piano, and an activity that can be used prior to music lessons! Playing the piano has never been more fun! You Can Use the Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets to: ∙ Teach children early music reading and piano skills ∙ A helpful tool for building confidence during music therapy ∙ Encourage your child to play songs on any piano or keyboard you already own. ∙ Use as a preK or kindergarten music center. Great for lower & middle elementary too! This activity requires no prior musical experience and all you need to get started is a piano or keyboard, a color printer, scissors, and some clear tape! Children as young as four years old can successfully read the song sheets. Kids won't realize they are also practicing early reading and color identification skills! In addition to piano, you can also use Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets with the Boomwhackers® Pipes, C Major Diatonic Scale Set and Kidsplay Major Scale Handbells. For a paperless and whole-class music activity, display one of the color-coded song sheets on your Smart board or projector screen. Give each student one colored pipe or bell. Students can then take turns playing individual notes as they play each song together as a class! 3 pages + cover & credits page = 5 pages total.
vlrynn
Hickory Dickory Dock Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet, It's Easy to Play by Color!

Hickory Dickory Dock Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet, It's Easy to Play by Color!

Children explore the piano and play their favorite songs with Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets! This product includes instructions and colored rectangles to place on your piano or keyboard along with the Hickory, Dickory Dock Color-Coded Song Sheet. See my other listings for additional individual song sheets and bundles, including the Complete Set of Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets You Can Use the Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets to: ∙ Teach children early music reading and piano skills ∙ A helpful tool for building confidence during music therapy ∙ Encourage your child to play songs on any piano or keyboard you already own. ∙ Use as a preK or kindergarten music center. Great for lower & middle elementary too! This activity requires no prior musical experience and all you need to get started is a piano or keyboard, a color printer, scissors, and some clear tape! Children as young as four years old can successfully read the song sheets. An easy introduction to playing the piano, and an activity that can be used prior to music lessons! Playing the piano has never been more easy or fun! Kids won't realize they are also practicing early reading and color identification skills! By popular request, in addition to piano, you can now use Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets with the Boomwhackers® Pipes, C Major Diatonic Scale Set and Kidsplay Major Scale Handbells. For a paperless and whole-class music activity, display one of the color-coded song sheets on your Smart board or projector screen. Give each student one colored pipe or bell. Students take turns playing individual notes as they play each song together as a class! 3 pages + cover & credits page = 5 pages total. This song sheet is part of my Growing Bundle of Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets! See my other products for other individual song sheets and bundles with 6 song sheets and 3 song sheets.
vlrynn
Ring Around The Rosie Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet, It's Fun to Play by Color!

Ring Around The Rosie Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet, It's Fun to Play by Color!

Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets are an exciting music activity, where children can explore the piano and play their favorite songs by reading color-coded song sheets! This download contains everything kids need to start playing the piano today! This activity requires no prior musical experience and all you need to get started is a piano or keyboard, a color printer, scissors, and some clear tape! Instructions and colored rectangles to place on your piano or keyboard are included, along with the Ring Around The Rosie Color-Coded Song Sheet! Children 4 years of age and older can successfully read the song sheets and play along. An easy introduction to the piano, and an activity that can be used prior to music lessons. Its so fun, kids won't realize they are also practicing early reading and color identification skills! 3 pages + cover & credits page = 5 pages total. By popular request, the colors on Play by Color song sheets match the colors on the Boomwhackers Pipes and Kidsplay Bells, available on Amazon!
vlrynn
London Bridge Is Falling Down Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet ~ Play by Color!

London Bridge Is Falling Down Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet ~ Play by Color!

Children explore the piano and play their favorite songs with Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets! This product includes instructions and colored rectangles to place on your piano or keyboard along with the London Bridge Is Falling Down Color-Coded Song Sheet. An easy introduction to playing the piano, and an activity that can be used prior to music lessons! Playing the piano has never been more fun! You Can Use the Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets to: ∙ Teach children early music reading and piano skills ∙ A helpful tool for building confidence during music therapy ∙ Encourage your child to play songs on any piano or keyboard you already own. ∙ Use as a preK or kindergarten music center. Great for lower & middle elementary too! This activity requires no prior musical experience and all you need to get started is a piano or keyboard, a color printer, scissors, and some clear tape! Children as young as four years old can successfully read the song sheets. Kids won't realize they are also practicing early reading and color identification skills! By popular request, in addition to piano, you can now use Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets with the Boomwhackers® Pipes, C Major Diatonic Scale Set and Kidsplay Major Scale Handbells. For a paperless and whole-class music activity, display one of the color-coded song sheets on your Smart board or projector screen. Give each student one colored pipe or bell. Students take turns playing individual notes as they play each song together as a class! 3 pages + cover & credits page = 5 pages total.
vlrynn
I'm A Little Teapot Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet, It's Easy to Play by Color!

I'm A Little Teapot Color-Coded Piano Song Sheet, It's Easy to Play by Color!

Children explore the piano and play their favorite songs with Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets! This product includes instructions and colored rectangles to place on your piano or keyboard along with the I'm A Little Teapot Color-Coded Song Sheet. An easy introduction to playing the piano, and an activity that can be used prior to music lessons! Playing the piano has never been more fun! You Can Use the Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets to: ∙ Teach children early music reading and piano skills ∙ A helpful tool for building confidence during music therapy ∙ Encourage your child to play songs on any piano or keyboard you already own. ∙ Use as a preK or kindergarten music center. Great for lower & middle elementary too! This activity requires no prior musical experience and all you need to get started is a piano or keyboard, a color printer, scissors, and some clear tape! Children as young as four years old can successfully read the song sheets. Kids won't realize they are also practicing early reading and color identification skills! By popular request, in addition to piano, you can now use Play by Color, Color-Coded Song Sheets with the Boomwhackers® Pipes, C Major Diatonic Scale Set and Kidsplay Major Scale Handbells. For a paperless and whole-class music activity, display one of the color-coded song sheets on your Smart board or projector screen. Give each student one colored pipe or bell. Students take turns playing individual notes as they play each song together as a class! 3 pages + cover & credits page = 5 pages total.
vlrynn