Children's Songs with Downloadable Kids Music - songs and lyrics from KIDiddles HooplaKidz Kindergarten Reading Lessons Your children will love these free kindergarten reading lessons! Feel free to use them for individual reading units in any of the reading sub-skills, including Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, Vocabulary, Sight Words, and Reading Comprehension, or plan your entire reading day around these 5 freebies. Phonics Beginning Consonants Vol. 10 – In this free phonics lesson, children practice identifying beginning and ending consonant sounds, specifically the beginning sound y- and the ending sound -x. Phonemic Awareness Rhyming – Level A – Vol. 1 -This free phonemic awareness lesson helps kids learn and practice their rhyming skills by finding words with similar ending sounds to build a song. Vocabulary Reading Vocabulary Vol. 1 – This free vocabulary lesson will help your children learn primary colors through meaningful interactions and fun examples. Sight Words Basic Sight Words Vol. 8 -The sight words you and me are the focus of this free sight words lesson. Reading Comprehension
Nursery Rhyme Olympics I had been very intrigued by all of the posts on the KinderKorner list serve (a mailring for PreK-2nd grade teachers) about having a Nursery Rhyme Olympics, so I decided it would be a fun event to try on the very last day of the school year! I believe the original idea came from the 1996 May/June issue of the Copycat magazine, but I have adapted many of the activities and added a few new ones. Let the games begin! Nursery Rhyme Rap This was sung, as a transition, between events! (Tune: 100 Bottles of Beer on the Wall) Jack and Jill went up the hillto fetch a pail of water.Jack fell down and broke his crown.And Jill came tumbling after. Chorus:Oh, A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z Medals After our Nursery Rhyme Olympics were completed, students made their own medal necklaces. I knew we would have time to complete these and it would allow the students a chance to rest and wind down some. Olympic Resources Classroom Olympics- printables from abcteach
Nursery Rhymes Collection – Kid Songs DVD for Children | Tea Time with Tayla These famous children’s nursery rhymes & classic songs keep kids singing along. Music is the best way to learn and children will love these catchy melodies. Buy DVD here: Tayla picked out 12 of her favorite animated nursery rhyme videos and put them all on one DVD! From her hugely popular The Wheels on the Bus, to the more recent favorite The Finger Family, you’re kids are sure to find many of the nursery rhymes they love in this collection. Nursery Rhyme Songs included on this DVD: – The Wheels on the Bus – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – The Finger Family – Row Row Row Your Boat – Rain Rain Go Away – I’m a Little Teapot – Five Little Monkeys – Hickory Dickory Dock – Baa Baa Black Sheep – Where is Thumbkin – Bingo – Yankee Doodle
Nursery Rhymes at The Virtual Vine Hickory, Dickory, Dock ~ time, opposites/position words (up/down)Jack Be Nimble ~ position words (over); Letter JLittle Boy Blue ~ position words (under); Color: blue; FarmHumpty Dumpty ~ opposites/position words (on/off); Easter (eggs); Letter H, D, E; Color: whitePeter, Peter Pumpkin Eater ~ Halloween; Fall; Pumpkins; Color: orange; Letter PJack and Jill ~ Letter J; opposites/position words (up/down/after)Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star ~ Space; position words (above/in)Baa, Baa, Black Sheep ~ Farm; Color: black; Letter B; Counting to 3Hey Diddle, Diddle ~ Letter D; position words (over)Little Jack Horner ~ position words/opposites (in/out); Fruits; Color: purpleLittle Miss Muffet ~ position words (on); Halloween; Spiders; Letter M; Color: black (spider)Mary Had a Little Lamb ~ Farm, Back to School; Letter M; Color: whiteMistress Mary ~ Spring; Plants/Gardening; Letter M The following are some resources for teaching nursery rhymes in general. This list was posted on the ‘net. Fish Alive
10 Brilliant Interactive Songs & Rhymes To Teach Your Baby I LOVE music. When I am teaching, I always try and get a song into my lesson plan. It is an excellent memorising tool. What is more, music is fun. And the beauty of it is – your baby is learning a lot when you sing to them. So I am really looking forward to sharing my favourite songs for older children…but I will have to try and contain myself until T is a bit older! Below, I’ve posted my current favourites for babies. I find the best way to learn any song is to watch someone perform it, so this isn’t the ideal way to present the songs really. What if I can’t sing?? A few of my friends are concerned about singing to their babies because they think they are tone deaf, and they might pass this on to their babies. 1. Zoom, zoom, zoom, (hands clasped together as if you’re praying – move them from one side to another on each zoom) We’re going to the moon! 2. Oh, the Grand old Duke of York, He had ten thousand men. 3. 4. Sit with your legs facing forward. Others: To the shore…lion there…roar!
Traditional Children's Songs and Rhymes Traditional Children's Songs and Rhymes from the MMF! Songbook AA Hunting We Will GoAlice the CamelAll Night, All DayAll the Pretty Little HorsesAll Through the NightAlphabet SongAmazing GraceAmericaAmerica the BeautifulAngels Watching Over MeThe Arkansas TravelerThe Arky Arky Song/Rise and ShineAnts Go MarchingA-Tisket, A-Tasket BBaa, Baa, Black SheepBaby BumblebeeBanana Boat SongBarber BarberBarnyard SongBe Kind to Your Web Footed FriendsThe BearThe Bear Went Over the MountainThe Big Rock Candy MountainBile Dat Cabbage DownBill Grogan's GoatBilly BoyBingoBlack SnakeBluebirdMy Bonnie Lies Over the OceanMr. C Camptown RacesThe Cat Came BackOl' Chisholm TrailCinderella (Dressed in Yella)Cindy, CindyThe Circus SongCock-A-Doodle-Doo! DThe DesperadoDid You Ever See a Lassie? EEensy Weensy SpiderThe Erie Canal JJack and JillJack, Be NimbleJennie JenkinsJesus Loves MeJesus Loves the Little ChildrenJingle at the WindowJohn Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt KKnick-Knack Paddywhack