This lap bounce is a sweet song to sing to your little one! Bounce, fly, and snuggle as you spend some sweet time together. If you have other rhymes you want to see, let Sarah know by emailing her: email@example.com.
Animal sounds are such a fun way to practice early language skills! Eventually, children will hear those same sounds in words, helping them as they learn to read.
Taking a familiar song and changing the words to relate to a new theme is a great way to develop new vocabulary. The same tune keeps it familiar, but you can focus on something new, such as snow for the winter! Join us for a remixed “itsy bitsy spider!”
Click the robot to discover the great resource shared by Erin and Trey that will keep you active while at home!
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Wiggle those fingers, and tickle those toes, and make baby laugh with a big belly raspberry! This rhyme is a great tickle to share with baby!
Great finger play? Check! Can be used when it’s time to tidy up toys? Double check! This finger play is a great rhyme anytime!
Your child’s name is one of the most important words to them, so let’s incorporate their name in a song! This silly tune encourages you to listen to the different sounds in a word. Can you guess who’s name is coming up next?
Create a beautiful icy lantern, perfect for a cold, dark, winter evening!
Repetition is very valuable for young children, especially when it comes to name practice, and this song is definitely going to get stuck in your head! Hearing their own name and naming their surroundings is an important part of language development for babies.