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Music Themes and Lessons for Preschool and Daycare: Early Childhood Education


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Alphabet/Pre-Writing
Artmaking
Color
Cooperation
Health
History
Imagination/Play
Multicultural
Music
Numbers/Math
Oceans/Lakes
Recipes
Safety
Self-Awareness
Sensory Activities
Science/Nature
Sorting/Matching
Special Days/Seasons
Stories/Poems
Weather

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Jannique says... Children who aren't challenged become bored. But children who are pushed along too quickly or who are asked to do things that don't interest them, can become frustrated and unhappy. [More Tips Here]

MUSIC ACTIVITIES

Musical Instruments video
Children can make a musical instrument using items around the house. Try using different objects inside the instrument to make different musical sounds. This is a Cullen's abc's video lesson plan. read more...

Musical Shakers
Little ones can make musical shakers using old drink bottles and a few odds and ends. By: Ann Newton. read more...

Painting with Music
Painting with music enhances self-expression, exploration in use of colors and develops memory recall of events, people, and feelings. . By: Marianne Sy-Quimsiam. read more...

Music Around the House
Little ones can make music, sounds and rhthyms with everyday items from around the house. By KinderArt. read more...

Sing Along Songs:

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Cullen says:

"Singing songs with your child is wonderful for many reasons. The most important reason is that singing is it is fun and children love to sing. Songs are great for increasing vocabulary and pronunciation. Using hand and body movements with songs and rhymes helps preschoolers learn to control their bodies. There is even research that has shown that children who are actively involved in music do better in reading and math when they start school, are better able to focus and control their bodies, play better with others and have higher self-esteem. So sing a song now!"


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Teaching Art and Music Through Nursery Rhymes

Teaching Art and Music Through Nursery Rhymes

Use traditional nursery rhymes as springboards for standards-based lessons. Watch students learn art and music...and enjoy every minute of it!




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