Introducing music into your setting can be difficult when you have limited time. Here are four ways you can include music in 5 minutes chunks. Music learning through singing is the most effective and immediate way to engage children. Children become better listeners, learn to share, become more confident and creative, singing is also inclusive. Sound and video links included.
Introducing music into your setting can be difficult when you have limited time. Here are 7 reasons why singing is most effective for young children. Music learning through singing is the most effective and immediate way to engage children. Children become better listeners, learn to share, become more confident and is inclusive.
For fantastic songs with game ideas for Early Years children. Easily implemented in your setting these songs can be initiated at anytime for children to enjoy and develop essential skills such as: listening, speech and language, creativity, sharing, collaboration, turn-taking, gross and fine motor skills as well as developing musical skills.
A collection of 5 songs and rhymes around the theme of Space. Full instructions of activities to do with children and song links provided where needed. Children will learn unconsciously musical concepts such as pulse, pitch, rhythm and dynamics and will also build essential life skills such as sharing, collaboration, confidence, creativity and self-esteem. Please leave me a review if you like the resource of if you think there could be any improvements. Thank you
My First Songbook is a collection of songs and rhymes carefully chosen to help your child’s development as well as have fun and enjoy singing together.Singing has many benefits for health and well-being including helping breathing, releasing stress and anxiety and raising dopamine levels (related to feelings of happiness).We feel music throughout our bodies as well as through our ears and visually, singing combined with movement helps children absorb musical concepts in an unconscious way. This book will guide you through how to make the most out of using songs and rhymes and why they are so important to your child’s development. Repetition of these songs is very important for musical memory for both you and your child. Have fun singing and playing with your child as well as enjoy singing for yourself.
Five rhymes and songs about Spring. Full actions, games and extensions for all songs and rhymes with links to mp3 sound files to help with learning the songs. Teach musical elements such as pulse, dynamics, pitch, timbre and phrasing whilst also covering the topic of Spring, counting, phonics, sharing, turn taking, gross and fine motor skills. Songs and rhymes are great fun for children whilst learning.
Five fantastic songs and rhymes for about the Outdoors for young Children. Great for movement and even taking outside to the playground. Includes song links and game ideas to promote: Listening skills, Language and literacy development Numeracy skills Sharing, collaborating and turn-taking Individuality Gross Motor skills, movement, spatial awareness skills Development of musical concepts pulse, pitch, dynamics and rhythm.
Four fantastic songs and rhymes to use for Easter. Suitable for Early Years and KS1 & 2 Includes song links and game ideas to promote: Listening skills, Language and literacy development Numeracy skills Sharing, collaborating and turn-taking Individuality Development of musical concepts pulse, pitch, dynamics and rhythm.
Short, fun rhyme with ascending and descending pitch and actions to match. Great for listening skills, anticipation, pulse, pitch and language.
Singing with children can be really easy if you know how and what songs and rhymes are the best ones to teach. Here are some top tips on why singing is the best way to engage children, encourage imagination and creativity, get them moving and improve their language, social and listening skills.