Songs About Feelings and Fun! Songs and activities for young children promote physical, emotional and social development, and improve oral language skills. Children will create a more positive attitude about themselves by understanding their feelings and building their self image through clever songs, while improving relationships with others. Includes action songs, games, creative play. Ideal for circle time and partner fun. Be My Friend, My Name, Oh, I'm Angry and more.
Learning Fun for Preschoolers! Important pre-learning skills and improved motor skills are developed through musical play, rhythms, exercises, creative movement and games. Songs and activities address: body identification awareness, perceptual motor integration, sequencing, counting, listening and following directions, language, and self awareness. A great opportunity for kids to move, play, listen and learn while developing readiness skills! Animal Walks, Count To Ten, Make a Circle in The Air, Pass The Hat and more.
Preschool Fitness Fun!! Here is a new and exciting Quality Daily Fitness CD created just for the preschooler! Get kids 3 - 6 years of age moving to fun routines set to music with a great beat and a "pop" sound. Flexibility, strength and aerobics, moving from warm up to cool down, with a lot of easy pre-aerobic routines, will help promote good health and healthy play! Important activity benefits include: self regulatory behavior, valuable educational concepts, nutrition, the environment, sensory integration, improved motor skills, movement, and more.
Fitness With a Parachute! Fresh, new, creative, cool activities using a parachute will put the focus on large motor skills. Exciting routines set to diverse music and original songs address mobility, fitness, directionality, body identification, imaginative play, and important concepts. Parachute play can be used for circle time, arrival and departure activities, recess, and indoor/outdoor play. Kids will love the exercise, dancing and sing-along fun!
Get children actively involved and engage them with these easy, valuable circle time ideas for your daily routine. Circle time activities and games will provide structure and help children develop important concepts and skills, such as listening, color and letter recognition, patterns, rhythms, body identification, weather, counting, improve motor skills, and more! The music and movement action will help calm kids down and get them ready for learning. Rooty-Toot-Toot, Peter Hammer, When Pigs Get Up In the Morning, Old MacDonalds Rhythm Sticks, and other fun songs.
Bean bag activities, blended with world traditions and rich musical rhythms, teach unique customs and cultures. Includes circle and partner activities, traditional dances, games, fiestas and original action fun, while teaching important concepts, motor skills, and other languages. Using bean bags, play hopscotch Bolivian style, plant rice in the Philippines, become a Japanese Kabuki dancer, celebrate "Diwali", the festival of lights in India, join a drumming circle in West Africa, play a Bahamas beach game, salute the Earth we all share, and more! By Georgiana Stewart.
BY RONNO. Invite children to grow as individuals, learners and responsible citizens. Wholesome and positive songs support solid character building in a fun way. Songs address important, timely issues such as respect, responsibility, caring, cooperation, conflict resolution and anti-bullying.
Join this adventure of good old-fashioned fun! This upbeat collection of songs moves children from high-energy activities to quiet-time. The songs are easy-to-sing and offer valuable early learning opportunities: call and response, circle time, literacy skills, creative movement and imaginative play. There's also attention to building relationships, a balanced diet, hygiene, manners and more.
A fun and effective fitness program for Grades 2-5. Children are motivated by stimulating music and easy-to-follow cues. The warm-ups, rhythmic aerobic routines and cool down are ideal for coed settings. Kids will enjoy the jogging, walking, stretching and strengthening moves all set to stimulating music. Six instrumentals included for self-expression.
The versatility of this club mix music makes it very useful for multiple genres of dance. The music flows well from one tempo to the next. The original and motivating pieces will spark original and motivating warm-ups, center work, across-the-floor combinations and choreographic ideas.
Here's a new and exciting way to stimulate your body and your brain. The progression of warm-up, isolations, locomotor movements, and the build up to cardio-rhythmic dance routines,ollowed by a cool down, will help kids get in shape and stay in shape. This is motivating, "move your feet" music, set to today's diverse beats of Rap, Hip Hop, Latin, African, and even a techno club-mix version of classical music! Guide includes instructions, value of each routine, and a vocabulary of rhythmic terms.Choreographed by LeAnn Haggard, 2006 National Dance Teacher of the Year.
Developing Math Literacy. Clap, snap, tap, and rap! Crucial math concepts have been combined with lively music and activities. Skill-sequenced songs are "stepping stones" to learning, building one necessary skill upon the other. Kids will gain important basic knowledge and a solid foundation for math readiness, which will promote confidence and reduce anxiety.
Upbeat songs from funky to funny help children learn about time. Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow, Watches and Clocks, 60 Seconds/60 Minutes, 5-10-15-20, Minute Hand/Hour Hand, O'Clock, Half Past Time, Before After and more.
Soothing music offers backgrounds for holding positions based on familiar animals and objects. The postures stimulate self awareness and are designed to exercise and strengthen all major muscles. Emphasis is placed on mind/body relaxation.
Jump-Start your children's mind and motor development with winning songs and action activities. This album features RONNO's most motivating action songs from his collection of titles.
Rhymes and rhythms boost learning phonological awareness. Each rhyme is sung, and then followed by a finger play or simple activity set to the music, and then sung once through again to reinforce the language. Guide with lyrics/activities.