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And the cow jumped over the moon!: over 650 activities to teach toddlers using familiar rhymes and songs : for toddlers and twos

by Schiller, Pamela Byrne.

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Presents more than 250 songs, rhymes, and chants designed to help teachers provide opportunities for children to develop reading readiness and literacy. Full description

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Table of Contents:
  • Talking with toddlers
  • Brain research and opportunities for building a foundation for literacy
  • Developing children's desire to read
  • Cross-generational links
  • Regional links
  • 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?
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