Rhythm sticks used in synchronized patterns augment any perceptual motor program. It is a rhythm activity designed to aid in right left discrimination, auditory acuity, identification of body parts, and upper body fitness. The album and manual give written and cued directions with music for each stick activity.
This album takes many of the concepts (colors, numbers and the alphabet) introduced in Volumes 1 & 2 and moves onto more challenging levels. Learning is once again made enjoyable through imaginative movement activities.
Happy singing action activities with directions that are easy to follow and give opportunities for creativity, movement exploration, and sensorimotor activities. Each song has a version of vocals and music and a music-only version adaptable to use of manipulatives.
Creative movement, mimetics, and basic skills are brought together with exciting songs that provide actions, images, and challenges which children can work in their own ways (without demonstration). Lyrics explore movement, shapes, sounds and colors.
Taking advantage of children's enjoyment of movement activities, these songs increase the vocabulary and basic movement skills of participants. Vocabulary is from five areas: body parts, actions, space, qualities, and relationships.
This fun-filled sprightly album helps primary grade children and ESL students acquire essential vocabulary and make it their own through singing and total movement participation. This new recording features call and response songs, listening, opposites, counting, and color reinforcement.
For centuries, children have delighted in nursery rhymes. Here are twenty favorites, from high-spirited jigs to gentle ballads. Blending traditional melodies with original musical interludes, this magical performer has given an exciting new sound to old favorites.
This new approach to traditional Chinese Ribbon Dance combines modern, folk, and soul music with the excitement and beauty of flowing streamers. Over ten activities which can be adapted to the needs of students pre-school and up, be modified for special education or enhanced to challenge the gifted. Streamer and Ribbon Activities do not require the use of partners thus allowing individuality to surface.