152 Action Songs Children Love Volume 1 by Denise Gagne
Why sing action songs? Action songs are a fun, engaging musical activity. Children who may not participate in some musical activities are readily engaged in singing and playing action songs. They love the challenge of remembering the actions while singing.
The actions aid some children in remembering the lyrics, enhance their language development, and help children develop patterning and sequencing abilities. They also help them develop hand-eye coordination and finger dexterity. Finger games will help to develop the fine muscle coordination needed later in music classes to play the recorder, barred instruments, ukulele, guitar, or piano.
Check out Action Songs Children Love Volume 2 and Volume 3.
PreKindergarten – Grade 1
In the printed product:
– Printed Book / Audio CD
– Digital Book PDF / Audio MP3
– Projectable PDF
|1.||Hickory Dickory Dock||16.||I’m a Little Teapot|
|2.||Little Red Wagon||17.||Oats and Beans|
|3.||Bear Hunt||18.||Wheels on the Bus|
|4.||Eensy Weensy Spider||19.||Join into the Game|
|6.||Jack and Jill||21.||If You’re Happy|
|7.||Head and Shoulders Knees and Toes||22.||She’ll be Comin’ ‘Round the Mountain|
|8.||Tony Chestnut||23.||Tommy Thumb|
|9.||Scie le bois||24.||Where is Thumbkin?|
|10.||Tête, épaules||25.||Little Rabbit Foo Foo|
|12.||This Old Man||27.||Peanut Butter|
|13.||Goin’ Over the Sea||28.||Five Little Ducks|
|14.||I’m in the Old Navy||29.||Baby Bumblebee|