This Old Man

Hello my friends! Music researchers have found correlations between music making and some of the deepest workings of the human brain. Research has linked active music making with increased language discrimination and development, math ability, improved school grades, better-adjusted social behavior, and improvements in spatial-temporal reasoning, a cornerstone for problem Read more…

Bingo

Hello my friends! I use this song both with younger and older children, first to develop the sense of rhyming and the ability of replacing the words in a song with other words/sounds/noises and, later on, i can bring up the letters and their importance of making words. If we Read more…

Salsa, Spicy Salsa!

Hello my friends! Songs, chants and rhymes are a natural part of quality early childhood programs. Children love them. Frequent repetition of rhymes and songs as a fun activity is likely to result in a familiarity that can be a good basis for play. Spicy Sansa and Peanut Butter songs encourage participation Read more…

Peanut Butter

Hello my friends! Songs, chants and rhymes are a natural part of quality early childhood programs. Children love them. Frequent repetition of rhymes and songs as a fun activity is likely to result in a familiarity that can be a good basis for play. Spicy Sansa and Peanut Butter songs encourage participation Read more…

Two Little Hands

Hello my friends! From the time children are very young, they can enjoy rhymes and songs that have actions. Action rhymes that involve the whole body, or finger and hands, give an extra dimension by making them more memorable and contributing to the rhythmic quality of the experience as well Read more…