Brain research and opportunities for building a foundation for literacy
Developing children's desire to read
What does brain research say about singing?
Using this book
Themes or developmental domains
Keep the joy
When you don't know the tune
Learn while the children learn
The alphabet song ; Annie Mae ; The ants go marching ; Are you sleeping? ; Baby bumblebee ; Bubbles in the air ; Cap, mittens, coat, and boots ; Dirty old Bill ; Do you know the muffin man? ; Do your ears hang low? ; For he's a jolly good fellow ; Giant stomp ; Going on a bear hunt ; Good morning to you ; The grand old Duke of York ; Knees and toes head, shoulders ; Hey, diddle diddle ; Hickory, dickory, dock ; Humpty dumpty ; If you're happy and you know it ; Itsy bitsy spider ; Jack and Jill ; Jack be nimble ; Johnny works with one hammer ; Little Bo-peep ; Little boy blue ; Little hunk of tin ; Little Miss Muffet ; Little red wagon ; London Bridge is falling down ; Looby loo ; Mary had a little lamb ; Mary, Mary, quite contrary ; Miss Mary Mack ; Old King Cole ; Old MacDonald had a farm ; Old Mother Hubbard ; One elephant ; One, two, buckle my shoe ; Open, shut them ; Pat-a-cake ; Peanut butter and jelly ; Pop! goes the weasel ; Rain, rain, go away ; Ram sam sam ; Rock-a-bye, baby ; Row, row, row your boat ; Shoo fly ; Sign along with me ; Sing a song of sixpence ; Six in the bed ; Six white ducks ; Skidamarink ; Teddy bear, teddy bear ; There was an old woman ; This is the way we wash our hands ; This little light of mine ; This little piggy ; This old man ; Three little monkeys ; Tiny Tim ; Twinkle, twinkle, little star ; Two little blackbirds ; The wheels on the bus ; Where is thumbkin? ; Where, oh, where has my little dog gone?