No part of these lyrics or activities may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without permission from the publisher. Back to Top. The Sevens 7. The Eights 8. The Nines 9. The Tens The Elevens The Twelves Mixed Quiz. Songs increase the vocabulary and basic movement skills of the children. Vocabulary is from five areas: body parts, actions, space, qualities and relationships.
Imaginative songs that help children develop basic movement skills and encourage their potential for creative movement while increasing English Language comprehension. Album helps primary grade children and ESL students acquire essential vocabulary and make it their own through singing and total movement participation.
This recording features call and response songs, listening, opposites, counting and color reinforcement. This CD teaches a variety of concepts from initial consonant sounds, and word blends to counting patterns and fraction awareness. This recording involves children in musical activities designed to teach basic academic concepts, increase vocabulary, and stimulate language proficiency.
Subjects include numbers, number order, arithmetic, colors, time, phonics, months, seasons, etc. It covers awareness of body image and the body's position in space, identification of body places, objects in relation to body planes, body part identification, movements of the body, feelings and moods. These songs are written from a child's point of view, what a child wishes, feels and imagines.
The lyrics deal in a thoughtful and humorous way with the joys, challenges and conflicts children experience in their growing years. Variety of musical moods - symphony to rock, classical to pop - make this album that allows students to move, explore, create, interpret and enjoy.
Children explore basic motor skills in an enjoyable relaxed way. Includes challenges for older children. Skills include: balance, locomotor and axial movements, eye-hand coordination, spatial and body awareness and relaxation. Creative movement, mimetic and basic skills along with exciting songs, provide actions, images and challenges for children.
Lyrics explore movement, shapes, sounds and colors. Well-known tunes are set to march tempos. March figures are included in t he guide, progressing from easy to more difficult. Patriotic, folk and original songs. Instrumental music for rest and relaxation. Original music by Hap, features natural sounds of acoustic instruments such as: harp, violin, viola, cello, flute, oboe, guitar, piano.
Great for rest time, slow stretching, yoga, mirroring, as well as an introduction to the orchestra. A wonderful accompaniment for slow motion activities, storytime, rest time, and whenever soothing music is appropriate.
Mixture of musical styles and rhythms that provide a calming transition between play time and quiet time. Songs include Hap's Original and new arrangement of traditional lullabies.
Original and traditional holiday songs provide wonderful holiday music featuring a wide variety of songs. Combining some of the things we have done, can you and your partner create a sequence of patterns and motions you can do together?
Note: Many of these activities can be done with other rhythm instruments such as a tambourine, woodblock, maracas, or hand drum. Throw your ball up and catch it. Can you throw and catch your ball using only one hand? Throw your ball from one hand to the other. Can you throw your ball up, clap your hands, and catch the ball? Bounce the ball and catch it. Bounce the ball with one hand and catch it with the other.
Bounce the ball, clap and then catch it. Hold the ball between your knees. Can you jump while holding the ball between your knees? What else could you do with your ball? What could you do with your ball while marching with the music? What kind of shapes does the streamer make as you move from high to low and low to high? Run in a circle as you wave your streamer. Spin around as you hold your streamer.
Run and leap as you hold your streamer high in the air. Can you draw a circle in the air with your streamer? What other shapes can you make? Move your streamer close to you then far from you. Create a sequence of movements you can do with your streamer. The participants face each other and work in pairs. One person is the mover and one is the mirror.
The mover creates slow broad movements. The mirror reflects the movements of the mover. Activity: Delayed Reaction Mirroring. The mover creates a movement phrase then freezes.
The mirror watches then recalls and reflects the phrase. The mirror can also do the opposite or a continuation of the phrase created by the mover. As participants become familiar with the songs, the movement phrases can be coordinated with the musical phrases. The teacher rings a bell as a signal for the artist to move one part of the clay any direction.
The clay retains each position. Between each melodic phrase in the music the teacher rings the bell again and the artist moves a part of the clay. At the end of the song the clay freezes and the artist sits down so all can observe the various statues the artists have created. Music: Movin' Song 9. No part of these lyrics or activities may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without permission from the publisher.
Back to Top. All rights reserved. Introduction This is a richly produced collection of original instrumental music written especially for movement exploration and creative movement activities. Pause In the activities that follow, the teacher presents a series of questions and directions that invite children to discover the different ways they can move. An Evening with Nei…. Best of Both Worlds…. Best of Robert Palm…. Come and See the Sh…. The Crooked Beat The Clash. In the Summertime The Beach Boys.
Queen of California John Mayer. Baby Boy The Countdown Singers. In the Summertime Mungo Jerry. Drill Team Tech N9ne. Drive Me Crazy Vic Mensa. In the Summertime Paul King. Steppin Thru Swollen Members. Drive Me Crazy Kaytranada. Baby Boy Tha' Hot Club.Skip navigation Sign in. Search.