Tag: Early talkers

Ram Sam Sam

Rating: 2.1/5. From 6 votes.
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Literacy Tip Hello, I’m Andrea. This is a great nonsense song to play with sounds and movement! Singing silly songs together is not only fun it helps to develop a child’s understanding of sounds in language. Combining words with movement helps grow connections in a child’s brain too! Who ... Read More

Two Little Blackbirds

Rating: 1.8/5. From 8 votes.
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Literacy Tip Hi, I’m Andrea and this is Reece. We are going to demonstrate a finger rhyme that you can do at home! This rhyme is great to do with all ages. Singing with children builds pathways in their brains to help learn language. Talk, sing and play with your child as often as you can to ... Read More

Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush

Rating: 1.8/5. From 6 votes.
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Literacy Tip Hi, I'm Lisa and we're going to sing a fun song. This is a great song to adapt to what you’re doing. You can change the activity and even the time of day. Think of all the ways you can sing this song—clean up toys, wash your face, climb into bed. Transcript Here we go round ... Read More

Mix the Batter

Rating: 1.6/5. From 4 votes.
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Literacy Tip Hello. I’m Gigi, and I’m going to demonstrate a fun rhyme. When children hear the rhyming sounds, they are reminded that words are made up of different sounds. This understanding will make it easier for him to sound out words when learning to read. Transcript Mix the batter ... Read More

Hickory Dickory Dock

Rating: 1.7/5. From 15 votes.
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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

Saco mis manitas

Rating: 2.1/5. From 8 votes.
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Literacy Tip Hola! Yo soy Yanira y les voy a enseñar una canción que es muy divertida. ¡Anima a su hijo mover sus manitos y cantar! Al participar verbalmente, los juegos de dedos ayuda con el desarollo del lenguaje. El movimiento de las manos y dedos ayuda desarollar los musculos motores, los ... Read More

5 Plump Peas

Rating: 2.3/5. From 10 votes.
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Literacy Tip Hi! My name is Tricia and this is my son Atticus who is 3 years old. We’re going to show you a fun fingerplay today! Fingerplays like this not only help young children learn new words and hear the smaller sounds in words, but also help develop fine motor skills which are necessary ... Read More

Baby Hop

Rating: 2.7/5. From 5 votes.
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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

Rain Is Falling Down

Rating: 2.0/5. From 5 votes.
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Literacy Tip Two and three year olds like doing the actions of this rhyme. It's fun anytime, but even more fun on a rainy day or in the bathtub. The actions help the child understand the meaning of the words. This can also be a peek-a-boo game for babies. Transcript Rain is falling down. Splash ... Read More

Cuckoo

Rating: 2.3/5. From 3 votes.
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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