Brain Breaks and Just for Fun

Granny at the Fair

Teachers and children will both be laughing with this song.


Tooty Ta

What a great way to learn to follow directions and get rid of wiggles.

Bear Hunt

Oral language, positional words, and sequencing skills are all built into this song your children will beg to do again and again.  

Wiggle Willy

Here’s a song where children can dance and release their wiggles like Wiggle Willy.


Just for Kids
I wish I could come to each of your classrooms and tell a story or rhyme to your children, but I can’t. The next best thing I can do is make a few videos for them each month.


Expose children to letters and sounds with this friendly gator.

Humpty Dumpty

Nursery rhymes are a natural way to develop phonological awareness and oral language. You’ll even see a follow-up craft activity.

Good-Bye Friends

It’s important to start every day with a song, and to end every day with a song! After singing the song give each child a handshake as they exit the door.


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