Teachers love this Months of the Year song for Kindergarten because as the kids see each month spelled out on screen, an image appears in the background that represents the season that month is in. The images dissolve to the next seasonal image between the month where the seasons change. This fun and catchy calendar song will really help your children memorize the sequence of the 12 months of the year.
Kids see what lowercase letters are above the dotted mid-line (tall), what letters are touching the dotted mid-line (small) and which letters fall below the lower line (fall). As they follow my dancing moves children are moving their bodies and getting some great exercise. Move and groove to this educational song with a cool Hip - Hop beat as your children develop alphabet and letter formation awareness, and get some fun exercise.
Tooty Ta is super popular children’s song and great for “brain breaks”. Students get some fun physical activity, rejuvenate their bodies and brains.Hip-Hop Tooty Ta helps to re-focus student’s attention. Using my cool Hip-Hop Tooty-Ta as a “brain break” is a win-win situation. Students learn during these “brain breaks” plus return to a task renewed and energized. #tootyta #brainbreaks
Boom Chicka Boom is perfect for brain breaks! Boom Chicka Boom is a wonderful "repeat after me" song and can be used not only as a brain break in the classroom, but in physical education classes to get students moving and having fun. Boom Chicka Boom also highlights another educational skill, phonological awareness (reading skill)! Brain Breaks can be enjoyed in the classroom, physical education classes or at home! Watch Boom Chicka Boom again to really get those wiggles out!