Tag: bouncing rhymes

This is the Way the Ladies Ride

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Literacy Tip Hello! I’m Andrea and this is my daughter, Kate. We are going to show you a fun rhyme you can do at home! Playing together with your child not only grows the bond between child and caregiver but it grows their brains too! Help your child get ready for school by playing together ... Read More

Acka Backa Soda Cracker

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Literacy Tip My name is Lisa and this is Charlie who is 9 months old. We’re going to share a fun rhyme with you now! The physical movement in this rhyme increases the baby’s awareness of rhythm in language. Combined with rhyme, this physical experience helps babies to notice the individual ... Read More

Hickory Dickory Dock

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Literacy Tip Hi everyone, I’m Gigi. This is an old favorite rhyme. For four and five year old children, being able to tell rhymes is a skill that will help them understand what they are reading when they begin to read. Transcript Hickory, dickory, dock,The The mouse ran up the clock, The ... Read More

Pon Pon Pon Gallinita

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Literacy Tip Me llamo Chufo y este es mi hijo Mateo que tiene diez meses. Vamos a cantarles una de nuestras canciones favoritas. Los movimientos ayudan al bebé a mejor escuchar los sonidos y el ritmo del lenguaje. ¡También es muy divertido! Transcript Pon pon pon gallinita un huevo Pon pon ... Read More

Baby Hop

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Literacy Tip Hi, my name is Taliah, and I would like to share Baby Hop, an action rhyme that babies love. Hearing the rhyming words and the repetition helps children identify the small sounds that make up words. This will help them later when they begin to sound out written words. Have fun while ... Read More

Cuckoo

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Literacy Tip Hi, my name is Cliff and I have a bouncing rhyme for you today called “Cuckoo”. It’s perfect for Babies and Toddlers and helps them build vocabulary by using new words and sounds. Your child should face you so that you can look in their eyes as you say the ... Read More