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INTRODUCTION

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Welcome to ABC Music & Me!


Music and learning program for young children
Early childhood is a wonderful window of opportunity for music learning. Music activities are not just fun
they are also a perfect way to help children learn and grow. The ABC Music & Me music and learning program for young children, created by Kindermusik International, is more than a music class. It is a carefully
planned curriculum that celebrates the importance of music and movement to the development of young
children.

Music stimulates learning, lowers stress, and advances memory, attention, and brain development.
Combining music with movement creates new learning pathways in the brain while enhancing motor
skills and muscle development.
ABC Music & Me combines structure with flexibility to enable children of all temperaments to flourish.
A quiet child is allowed to observe and absorb, while a highly active childs energy can be funneled into a
creative and positive experience.
ABC Music & Me includes a storytime in every class, encouraging early literacy development and skills
such as listening, sequencing, empathy, and anticipation.
Gathering in a group to sing and play is a positive way to lower inhibitions, build self-esteem, and foster
a sense of inclusion. Group learning also helps children develop social skills such as turn-taking and
cooperation.

In Family & Friends, children will sing songs, say rhymes, dance, and play, all around the theme of friends and
family members. They will listen to grandma and grandpa calling on the phone, hear a conversation between
two friends, and take turns with classmates playing the triangle and rolling a ball. Theyll listen to a story
about lots of different family members moving like lots of different animals. Come join the fun! Sing and play
with your Family & Friends!

How can you create a successful learning environment?

Create a safe, non-threatening, welcoming space.


Remember and respect each childs individual personality and needs.
Understand what to expect from children at different ages and developmental stages.
Encourage, affirm, and include the childrens ideas and suggestions in class activities.
Model joyful and uninhibited singing, dancing, and playing. If youre reserved, the children will be too.
Repeat, repeat, repeat! Children often need to repeat songs, stories, and activities several times in order
to learn them.
Add a little variety. Dont be afraid to try new things.
Involve your assistant(s) in a positive way, inviting them to model singing, playing, and moving with the
children.
Focus on the process rather than the product. Every class will be different; dont expect a masterpiece
every time.
Relax. Have fun. Enjoy exploration and unpredictability.
Play along! The more you participate in the activities, the more the children will enjoy them.
Kindermusik International is the worlds leading publisher of music and movement curricula for parents and their children,
ages newborn to 7 years old. For more information, please visit our website at www.Kindermusik.com.

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Home Kit
The ABC Music & Me Home Kit facilitates the essential learning partnership between the child, the parent(s),
and the learning center team. As an Instructor or Center Director, you can communicate the value of the Family
Guide and Home CD to parents. The more reinforcement a child gets at home, the more the child will learn.

ABC Music & Me Family Guide


This magazine-style Family Guide contains material for both parents and children. Parent pages inform
parents about the monthly units theme and learning focus, what their children are learning in class, and
how ABC Music & Me activities affect their childrens development. The guide also includes the story read
aloud during each weeks class, so that parents and children can read and share the story together at home.
Two interactive childrens pages offer fun, educational, colorful activities for 2- and 3-year-olds.

Home CD
Parents will also receive a CD containing the songs, poems, and story heard in class. The Family Guides parent
pages suggest simple ways to use the Home CD to have fun building on the classroom learning at home.

Teacher Kit
Your Teachers Kit includes all of the tools and information you will need to begin teaching this unit.

Teacher Training Video


In the video, an experienced Kindermusik educator teaches Lessons 1 and 4 in a real learning center.
Hosted by Kindermusiks Master Teacher and Lead Trainer, this video demonstrates this months lessons,
includes helpful hints about classroom management, and helps you prepare to teach your own class.

Hosted Teaching CDs


The Hosted Teaching CDs are designed to make your job as simple as possible. Simply press play and allow the
Educator Host to walk you and the children through the entire class. As you engage the children in the
songs, rhymes, and movements, your guidance and participation will infuse the lesson with energy and focus.
There are two Teaching CDs, one for Lessons 1 & 2 and the other for Lessons 3 & 4.

Teachers Guide
Your Teachers Guide contains one unit of ABC Music & Me, comprised of four 30-minute lessons. Each
unit is designed to emphasize a particular learning focus, such as keeping a steady beat or recognizing high
and low sounds. In your Teachers Guide, you will find:
Step-by-step instructions for leading Lessons 1 and 3
Lesson extensions for Lessons 2 and 4 (Lesson 2 is identical to Lesson 1, but includes new extensions
to include the second time around. Lesson 4 is identical to Lesson 3, but includes new extensions.)
Easy Guides for Lessons 1 & 2 and Lessons 3 & 4 (Photocopy these simple lesson overviews and use
them as handy reference guides while teaching.)
Class preparation and materials check-list (located on the back of the Easy Guides)
An alphabetical index of musical scores to the songs in each unit

Weekly Take-Home Pages


Weekly Take-Home Pages let parents know what you did in class, provide space for you to personalize the
pages for each child, and offer an activity and child development tip each week. (Photocopy as needed.)

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Activity Title

Activity Focus
(see below)

Materials
needed for
this activity

Skills emphasized in
this activity

Step-by-step
instructions for
you to use in the
classroom

Your class CD is
narrated by a
Kindermusik CD
Host. The CD
script is included
here for your
reference.

Words to songs and


poems are included
here. Please refer to
the back of the
guide for full scores.

Extensions for
Lessons 2 and 4
will be included
in Lessons 1 and
3. Use this easy
lesson extension
bar to augment
the activities the
second time
around.

Space is provided on
each lesson page for
teacher notes.
This months
learning focus

Every lesson in ABC Music & Me contains a variety of activities, each chosen and designed to encourage different kinds of learning.
The following activities are included in every 30-minute lesson:
Rituals: Greeting and Goodbye
The predictability of rituals allows young
children to relax into a new situation.
When children are comfortable, they are
better able to focus, engage, and open
themselves to learning.

Movement
Participating in a variety of creative
movements, from the largest locomotor
movements to the smallest fingerplays,
helps children develop coordination,
rhythm, and neural pathways for learning.

Instrument Exploration and Play-Along


Playing instruments helps 2- and 3-yearolds practice fine-motor skills, engage in
creative problem-solving, experiment with
new sounds and rhythms, and practice
their emerging sense of steady beat.

Singing
Singing together is a natural way to invite
children into the joyful world of expression,
creativity, and socialization. Singing allows
children to express themselves, explore
their voices, and expand their growing
sense of rhythm, melody, and confidence.

Vocal Play
Playing and experimenting with the endless sounds the voice can makefrom pops
and purrs to whistles and whirrs, squeals
and squishes to bumps and boomshelps
children develop the vocal expressiveness
and confidence they will use in language
and expression throughout their lives.

Storytime
Reading aloud to children fosters awareness of sounds, teaches use of language,
and develops pre-reading skills.

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Focused Listening
Listening activities that are brief, focusing
attention on one sound at a time, allow
children to practice the skills of attention
and careful listening.

CD
Track Activity

EASY GUIDE: Lessons 1 & 2

What the children will be doing

ABC Music & Me Hello (1:44)

Waving, stomping, singing, and hugging hello

Activity Introduction (1:09)

Pretending to put on a hat and glasses like


Grandma

Activity Introduction (0:57)

Pretending to put on a hat and glasses like


Grandpa

Grandmas Glasses (0:22)

Saying a chant with high and low voices and


doing motions to match

Activity Introduction (0:13)

Getting ready to listen to Grandma on the phone

Grandma on the Phone (0:06)

Listening to Grandma on the phone

Activity Introduction (0:14)

Imitating Grandmas high voice and getting ready


to listen to Grandpa on the phone

Grandpa on the Phone (0:07)

Listening to Grandpa on the phone

Activity Close (0:19)

Imitating Grandpas low voice

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Activity Introduction (0:33)

Getting scarves

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Activity Introduction (0:52)

Exploring scarf movements

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Come on Through, My Darlin


(1:32)

Moving freely with scarves

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Activity Close (0:48)

Putting away scarves

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Activity Introduction (1:49)

Practicing touching different parts of the body

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Head and Shoulders (1:06)

Touching parts of the body along to a song

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Activity Introduction (0:29)

Getting Zig Zag blocks

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Activity Introduction (1:04)

Exploring ways to play Zig Zag blocks

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Rigaudon (2:48)

Playing Zig Zag blocks along to music

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Activity Close (0:31)

Putting away Zig Zag blocks

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Lessons 1 & 2

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Lessons 1 & 2

EASY GUIDE: Lessons 1 & 2

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CD
Track Activity

What the children will be doing

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Activity Introduction (1:09)

Making a circle

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Activity Introduction (0:40)

Practicing tiptoeing and rocking

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Hey, Betty Martin (0:58)

Tiptoeing and rocking while moving in a circle

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Activity Close (0:16)

Sitting down

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Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap! (2:00)

Listening to storytime

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Activity Introduction (0:32)

Getting egg shakers

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Activity Introduction (0:44)

Exploring ways to play egg shakers

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I Love My Family (1:32)

Playing egg shakers to music

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Activity Close (0:31)

Putting away egg shakers

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Activity Introduction (0:34)

Practicing motions for the Please and


Thank You Dance

30

Please and Thank You Dance


(2:22)

Moving to music

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Activity Close (0:18)

Sitting down

32

Activity Introduction (0:17)

Lying down and getting ready to rest

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Come All You Playmates (1:41)

Resting to quiet music

34

ABC Music & Me Goodbye


(0:48)

Singing the goodbye song

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CLASS PREPARATION

Place materials in an area that is convenient for you but inaccessible


to the children.

Use bed sheets or tablecloths to cover anything, such as toys or


shelves, that might become a distraction.

You may use dot stickers or masking tape to create a music circle on
the floor. Each child should have enough space to see you easily and sit
without being crowded.

Lessons 1 & 2

Are you ready for ABC Music & Me?

You will need:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

CD Player
Teaching CD for Lessons 1 & 2
Scarves (1 per person*)
Zig Zag blocks (2 per person*)
Family Guide
Egg shakers (1 per person*)

Optional Materials
Tissues, streamers, or ribbons (1 per person*)
see extension on p. 11

Have weekly Take-Home Pages ready to hand out or place in the


childrens cubbies.

Before the children arrive, be sure to take a few moments to


center yourself and relax. Focus on being calm and fully present
for the children.

Meet and greet the children as they arrive.

Have fun!

* Dont forget yourself and any assistant(s) you might have!

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ABC Music & Me Hello

Greeting Ritual

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Track 1

Benefits:

Establishing ritual
Developing singing skills
Exploring loud and quiet

Directions:

Gather the children, and invite them to sit and sing hello with you.
Hello and welcome to ABC Music & Me! Lets wave to our friends while
we sing hello together.

ABC Music & Me Hello

e ABC Music & Me


Verse 1

Wave hello, wave happily.


Wave hello with a 1, 2, 3!
Wave hello, and sing with me.

Sing verse 1 while clapping a steady beat.

Stomp your feet loudly while you sing this verse.

Verse 2: Stomp your feet so loudly

Sing verse 2 while stomping feet on the floor.


This time, sing very quietly.

Verse 3: Sing hello so quietly

Sing verse 3 very quietly.

Give yourself a big hug while we sing this verse.

Verse 4: Hug hello, hug happily

Sing verse 4 while hugging yourself.

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Grandmas Glasses

Chant with
Movement
Benefits:

Engaging in pretend play


Exploring high and low
voices

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 24

Directions:
We all have families and they all look differentmoms, dads, sisters, brothers,
aunts, uncles, Grandmas, and grandpas. Lets pretend to be Grandma and were
putting on Grandmas glasses. (Pause) Grandma loves hats, maybe one with
flowers or a feather. Pretend to put on Grandmas hat. (Pause) Now, hold your
hands and place them in your lap, just like Grandma might. (Pause) Listen and
play along to this rhyme about Grandma.

Talk about how everyones family is a little different.

Practice the motions for the chant with the children: pretending to put on
glasses and a hat, then laying your hands in your lap.

Grandmas Glasses
These are Grandmas glasses.
(Pretend to put on glasses.)
This is Grandmas hat.
(Pretend to put on a hat.)
This is the way she folds her hands
And lays them in her lap.
(Lay hands in lap.)

Listen to the first verse of the rhyme, modeling motions about Grandma for the
children to follow.
Did you hear Grandmas high voice? Use your high voice to say These are
Grandmas glasses. (Echo: These are Grandmas glasses.)

Imitate Grandmas high voice.

How about Grandpa? He has glasses and a big hat AND a low voice. He likes to
cross his arms across his chest just like this. (Pause) Lets pretend to be Grandpa.
Start by putting on his glasses.

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Lessons 1 & 2

These are Grandpas glasses.


(Pretend to put on glasses.)
This is Grandpas hat.
(Pretend to put on a hat.)
This is the way he folds his arms,
Just like that.
(Fold arms across chest.)

Listen to the rhyme about Grandpas glasses, modeling the motions for the
children to follow.
Grandpa has a low voice. Pretend to be Grandpa and use a low voice to say
These are Grandpas glasses. (Echo: These are Grandpas glasses.)

Talk about how Grandpa had a low voice, and encourage the children to
imitate Grandpas low voice as they say These are Grandpas glasses.
What fun! Lets do the whole poem again: well start with Grandma in her
high voice.

Grandmas Glasses
These are Grandmas glasses.
(Pretend to put on glasses.)
This is Grandmas hat.
(Pretend to put on a hat.)
This is the way she folds her hands
And lays them in her lap.
(Lay hands in lap.)
These are Grandpas glasses.
(Pretend to put on glasses.)
This is Grandpas hat.
(Pretend to put on a hat.)
This is the way he folds his arms,
Just like that.
(Fold arms across chest.)

Say the rhyme with the children, doing the motions and using high and low
voices to match Grandma and Grandpa.
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Grandma and Grandpa on the Phone


Benefits:

Developing auditory
discrimination
Developing listening skills
Exploring high and low
voices

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 59

Focused Listening

Directions:
(Sound: phone ringing) The phone is ringing! Lets answer and see who it is. Hello?
(Pause)

Hello, Bobby. This is Grandma. Can you come over for a visit?

Listen to the sound of Grandma calling on the phone.


Use your high Grandma voice again to say, Can you come over for a visit?
(Pause) Listen and see who else might be calling.

Invite the children to imitate Grandmas high voice and say Can you come over
for a visit.

Hello, Bobby. This is Grandpa. Can you come for a visit?


Who was that on the phone? (Pause) Grandpa! Use your low Grandpa voice
to say, Can you come over for a visit? (Pause)

Listen to the sound of Grandpa calling on the phone, and encourage the
children to imitate his low voice.
Lesson 2
extension:
Invite the children
to think of other
things Grandma or
Grandpa might say,
then say them
together in a high
or low voice. For
example, you might
say, lets make sandwiches together or, lets
go to the playground.
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Come on Through, My Darlin

Creative
Movement

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 1013


Scarves (1 per person)
Tissues, streamers, or
ribbons (optional,
1 per person)

Benefits:

Developing gross-motor
skills
Moving expressively

Directions:
Its time for scarves! Come and get one scarf, then stand in a spot where
you have plenty of space to move. (Getting-instruments music)

Invite everyone to come and get a scarf, then return to sitting.

First, lets swish our scarves from side to side: swish, swish, swish, swish. (Pause)
This time, find a bouncy way to move your scarf: bounce, bounce, bounce, bounce,
bounce. (Pause) Now, move your scarf in a circle: cir-cle, cir-cle, cir-cle, cir-cle.
(Pause) Take a walk with your scarf, and move it however you like: high, low, or
side to side. (Pause) Youre ready to play! Well start with swishing.

Practice scarf movements: swishing the scarves from side to side, moving them
in bouncy ways, and moving them in circles.

Come on Through, My Darlin

Verse 1
Lets go swishy, swishy, swishy.
Lets go swishy all day long.
Lets go swishy, swishy, swishy.
Lets go swishy all day long.

Refrain
Come on through, my darlin, darlin, darlin.
Come on through, my darlin, all day long.
Come on through, my darlin, darlin, darlin.
Come on through, my darlin, all day long.

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Verse 2
Lets go bouncy, bouncy, bouncy.
Lets go bouncy all day long.
Lets go bouncy, bouncy, bouncy.
Lets go bouncy all day long.
Refrain

Verse 3
Lets turn round and round and round
Refrain

Encourage the children to move expressively with their scarves, exploring


movements that reflect the words of the song. During the refrain, invite the
children to move freely with their scarves.
Scarves away, scarves away. Gently put the scarves away.
(Instruments-away music)

Lesson 2
extension:

Collect the scarves.


Swishy, bouncy,
round and round
what other ways can
you move with
scarves? Invite the
children to think of
other movement
words, such as up
and down, gliding,
twirling, and jumping,
then sing your own
new verses together
as the children move
with their scarves.
Substitute streamers,
ribbons, or tissues for
scarves to explore
the motions in a
new way with
these props.
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Head and Shoulders

Song with
Movement

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 14-15

Benefits:

Developing sequencing
skills
Developing singing skills
Labeling parts of the body

Directions:
Lets play Follow the Leader. Youre teacher will be the leader. Listen and watch.
Touch your head (Pause) then your shoulders (Pause), now count with your
fingers: 1, 2, 3! (Pause) Back to your head (Pause), shoulders again (Pause),
now time to count: 1, 2, 3! (Pause) This time, touch your knees (Pause) then
your toes (Pause) and count: 1, 2, 3! (Pause) Knees again, (Pause) back to toes.
(Pause) Time to count: 1, 2, 3! (Pause) Youve got it! Lets do a new one: touch
your ears (Pause) and your nose (Pause) and count: 1, 2, 3! (Pause) Back
to your ears, (Pause) and touch your nose. (Pause) Lets count: 1, 2, 3!
(Pause) Time to sing and play along to our song. Get ready to start with head
and shoulders!

Practice the motions for the song: touching head, then shoulders, then counting 1, 2, 3; touching knees, then toes, then counting 1, 2, 3; and touching ears
and nose and counting 1, 2, 3.

Head and Shoulders


Verse 1
e Head and shoulders, children. 1, 2, 3!
(Touch head, then shoulders, then put up fingers to count 1, 2, 3)
Head and shoulders, children. 1, 2, 3!
Head and shoulders, head and shoulders,
Head and shoulders, children. 1, 2, 3!
Verse 2
Knees and toes, children. 1, 2, 3! ...
(Touch knees, then toes, then put up fingers to count 1, 2, 3)

Lesson 2
extension:
What other parts of
the body could be
used for this song?
Make up new verses
to move to and sing
together: hips and
elbows, back and
belly, etc.

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Verse 3
Ears and nose, children. 1, 2, 3! ...
(Touch ears, then nose, then put up fingers to count 1, 2, 3)

Move and sing along to the song, matching motions to the words.

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Rigaudon (from Water Music, by George Frideric Handel)


Benefits:

Exploring instruments
Developing fine-motor
skills

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 1619


Zig Zag blocks
(2 per person)

Instrument
Play-Along

Directions:
Instrument play is always fun! Come and get two Zig Zag blocks.
(Getting-instruments music)

Invite the children to come and get two Zig Zag blocks.
Lets tap them together quickly. (Pause) Aaaand, stop. I bet you can find
another way to tap them quickly. (Pause) Aaaand, stop. How about scraping
them together slowly by moving them back and forth? (Pause) Aaaand, stop.
This time scrape them slowly by twisting them in one direction, then another.
(Pause) Aaaand, stop. You can find lots of ways to play your Zig Zag blocks
to this music.

Play along to the music, modeling a variety of ways to play, and acknowledging
the childrens ideas for playing the Zig Zag blocks.
Blocks away, blocks away. Gently put the blocks away.
(Instruments-away music)

Collect the Zig Zag blocks.

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Hey, Betty Martin

Movement

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 2023

Benefits:

Developing social skills


Developing spatial
awareness
Developing locomotor
skills

Directions:
Stand up, and hold hands with your neighbor, and make a circle. (Pause)
What a nice circle. Tiptoe around the circle: tip-toe, tip-toe, tip-toe, tip-toe,
aaaand stop. (Pause) Now, rock in place by leaning forward and back. (Pause)
Aaaand stop. (Pause) In our song, there will be time for tiptoeing in a circle and
standing in one place and rocking forward and back. Well start with tiptoeing!

Invite the children to hold hands and make a circle, then practice the motions
for this song: tiptoeing around the circle, then stopping and rocking in place
forward and back.

Hey, Betty Martin


Hey, Betty Martin, tippy-toe, tippy-toe.
Hey, Betty Martin, tiptoe fine.
Hey, Betty Martin, tippy-toe, tippy-toe.
Hey, Betty Martin, please be mine.
Rock with me, Ill rock with you.
Well go rocking the whole day through.
Rock so fine, rock so fine.
Rocking, rocking, all the time.
Hey, Betty Martin, tippy-toe, tippy-toe.
Hey, Betty Martin, tiptoe fine.
Hey, Betty Martin, tippy-toe, tippy-toe.
Hey, Betty Martin, please be mine.

Lesson 2
extension:
Explore other ways
to tiptoe and rock:
for example,
tiptoe sideways or
backward, and rock
from side to side, or
with partners.

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Encourage the children to sing along to the music, moving their whole bodies
as they rock and tiptoe.
Come sit back down. (Pause)

Sit back down with the children.


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Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap!


Benefits:

Developing language and


literacy skills
Recognizing patterns

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Track 24
Family Guide

Storytime

Directions:
Find a spot where you can listen to a story about lots of different family
members and lots of animals.

Read the story Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap! with the children. Point out all of the
animals and different family members.

Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap!


by Susan James Frye

Note: The storytime poem is found in the


ABC Music & Me Family Guide.

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I Love My Family

Instrument
Play-Along

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 2528


Egg shakers (1 per person)

Benefits:

Developing steady beat


Exploring instruments

Directions:
I bet youre ready to shake, shake, shake! Come and get one egg shaker.
(Getting-instruments music)

Invite the children to get an egg shaker.


Shake your egg up high: shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, aaaand, stop. Now
shake it down low: shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, aaand, stop. Now, tap your
shaker on the floor: tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, aaaand, stop. Find another place to
tap your shaker: tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, aaaand, stop. Choose new ways to
play your egg shaker to this song about families.

I Love My Family
Refrain
I love my family, family, family, family.
Take a look and you will see.
I love my family, family, family, family.
Theyre okay with me!

Verse 1
Some kids have a father, some have a mother.
Some have a sister and even a brother.
Everybody has a family tree,
But my familys best to me!
Refrain
Verse 2
Some kids have a grandma, a grandpa and a cousin.
Aunts and uncles can come by the dozen.
Everybody has a family tree,
But my familys best to me!
Refrain

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Encourage the children to explore the egg shakers, playing them in a variety of
ways. Acknowledge the childrens ideas and model alternative suggestions.

Lessons 1 & 2

Shakers away, shakers away. Gently put the shakers away.


(Instruments-away music)

Collect the shakers.

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Please and Thank You Dance

Movement

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 2931

Benefits:

Developing gross-motor
skills
Moving creatively

Directions:
Its dancing time! Stand up, and make sure you have space all around you
to move! (Pause) You can move all around the room to this danceyou might
hear special ways to move in the music, like marching and hopping, or you can
move any way you feel. Lets do the Please and Thank You Dance!

Invite the children to stand up and get ready to move freely to the Please and
Thank You Dance.

Please and Thank You Dance


Verse 1
e Stand up with your walking feet on the ground.
Put your hands on your shoulders and dance around.
March in place up and down the row.
Step your feet really high: go, go, go!
Refrain
Say please (say please), say thank you (say thank you).
La, la, la, la, la, la; la, la, la, la, la.
Say please (say please), say thank you (say thank you).
La, la, la, la, la, la, la.
Verse 2
Touch your knee with your elbow and make a face.
Squat down like a frog and hop all over the place.
Jump to the left, and then jump right back.
Strut like a duck, shouting, quack, quack, quack!
Refrain

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Move freely to the recording.

Lessons 1 & 2

What great dancers! Come sit back down. (Pause)

Invite everyone to sit down.

Teacher Tip
There are many movements described in this
song. Children may or
may not explore the
motions included in
the music. The primary
goal for this song is
expressive movement
and creativity, so invite
the children to move
freely throughout
the song, modeling
motions and acknowledging their movement
ideas, or following
some of the movements described
as many as suit the
needs for your class.

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Come All You Playmates

Music Listening

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Tracks 3233


Scarves (optional,
1 per person)

Benefits:

Learning relaxation
techniques
Developing listening skills

Directions:
Its time to rest a little. Find a place to lie down and rest quietly. (Pause)
Listen to this beautiful song while you rest.

Come All You Playmates

e Come all your playmates.

Come out and play with me,


And bring your dollies three.
Climb up my apple tree.

Teacher Tip
If children are restless,
invite them to move
their hands while lying
down. They can create
motions for the song:
pretend to climb a tree
and let their hands slide
down to their legs or
the floor.

Cry down my rain barrel.


Slide down my cellar door,
And well be jolly friends
Forevermore.

Invite the children to quietly rest while listening to the music.

Lesson 2
extension:
Drape scarves over
children to use as a
blanket as they lie
and listen.

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ABC Music & Me Goodbye


Benefits:

Establishing ritual
Experiencing individual
recognition
Developing vocal skills

Lessons 1 & 2

Materials: CD Track 34

Goodbye Ritual

Directions:
Weve had so much fun playing, singing, and listening to family and friends
today. Its time to sing goodbyesee you next time!

ABC Music & Me Goodbye

When we sing and play


In our class each day,
Were as happy as can be.
Now its time to go,
But well be back soon
For ABC Music & Me.

Sing the goodbye song, waving and making eye contact with each child.

Lesson 2
extension:
After the song, you
may want to turn off
the CD player and
go around the circle
singing a personal
goodbye to each
child. (Be sure to ask
the children if they
want to be sung to,
and allow them to
pass if they dont.)
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EASY GUIDE: Lessons 3 & 4

Lessons 3 & 4

CD
Track Activity

Family & Friends

What the children will be doing

ABC Music & Me Hello (1:45)

Waving, stomping, singing, and hugging hello

Activity Introduction (1:10)

Practicing fingerplay motions

Johnny (0:17)

Saying the name Johnny along to a fingerplay

Activity Introduction (0:29)

Getting ready to do the fingerplay with the name


Katie

Katie (0:18)

Saying the name Katie along to a fingerplay

Activity Introduction (0:10)

Getting ready to listen to a conversation

Johnny and Katie on the Phone


(0:28)

Listening to a phone conversation between


Johnny and Katie

Johnny and Katie on the Phone


(0:43)

Imitating Johnny and Katie talking to each other

Triangle (1:28)

Taking turns making a phone-ringing sound with


the triangle

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Activity Introduction (0:15)

Getting ready to tiptoe and rock around


the room

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Hey, Betty Martin (0:58)

Tiptoeing and rocking around the room to music

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Activity Close (0:16)

Sitting down

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Activity Introduction (0:29)

Getting sandblocks

14

Activity Introduction (0:52)

Exploring different ways to play the sandblocks

15

Come on Through, My Darlin


(1:32)

Playing the sandblocks to music

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Activity Close (0:31)

Putting away sandblocks

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Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap! (1:58)

Listening to storytime

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Activity Introduction (0:36)

Practicing shaking hands in the air, then stopping

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Shake Hands, Everyone (1:56)

Dancing, shaking hands in the air, and stopping


along to music

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Activity Close (0:15)

Sitting down

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CD
Track Activity

EASY GUIDE: Lessons 3 & 4

What the children will be doing

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Activity Introduction (0:53)

Getting ready to sing a familiar song with hand


motions

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Head and Shoulders (1:07)

Singing and moving hands along to a familiar


song

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Activity Introduction (1:14)

Making a seated circle where everyones feet


are touching

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Activity Introduction (0:11)

Getting ready to roll a ball back and forth


with the teacher

25

Roly, Bouncy (2:26)

Taking turns rolling a ball back and forth with the


teacher

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Activity Close (0:11)

Passing the ball back to the teacher

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ABC Music & Me Goodbye (0:48) Singing goodbye

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Lessons 3 & 4

Family & Friends

CLASS PREPARATION

Family & Friends

Lessons 3 & 4

Are you ready for ABC Music & Me?

Place materials in an area that is convenient for you but inaccessible


to the children.

Use bed sheets or tablecloths to cover anything, such as toys or


shelves, that might become a distraction.

You may use dot stickers or masking tape to create a music circle on
the floor. Each child should have enough space to see you easily and sit
without being crowded.

You will need:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

CD Player
Teaching CD for Lessons 3 & 4
Triangle
Sandblocks (2 per person*)
Family Guide
Beach ball

Optional Materials
Pretend telephone or rhythm sticksee extension on p. 27

Have weekly Take-Home Pages ready to hand out or place in the


childrens cubbies.

Before the children arrive, be sure to take a few moments to


center yourself and relax. Focus on being calm and fully present
for the children.

Meet and greet the children as they arrive.

Have fun!

* Dont forget yourself and any assistant(s) you may have!

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ABC Music & Me Hello


Materials: CD Track 1

Greeting Ritual

Benefits:

Establishing ritual
Developing fine-motor
skills
Developing singing skills

Directions:

Gather the children, and invite them to sit and sing hello with you.

Lessons 3 & 4

Welcome back to ABC Music & Me. Its great to be together again! Lets wave
to our friends as we sing hello.

ABC Music & Me Hello


Verse 1
e ABC Music & Me
Wave hello, wave happily.
Wave hello with a 1, 2, 3!
Wave hello and sing with me.

Sing verse 1 while waving hello.

This time, stomp your feet while we sing this verse.

Verse 2: Stomp your feet so loudly

Sing verse 2 while stomping feet to a steady beat.

Lets sing hello very quietly together.

Verse 3: Sing hello so quietly

Sing verse 3 quietly.

e
Lesson 4
extension:

Give yourself a big hug for this verse. Will you sing the 1, 2, 3 part?

Verse 4
e ABC Music & Me
Hug hello, hug happily.
Hug hello with a __, __, __!
Hug hello and sing with me.

Sing verse 4 while the children hug themselves and sing along, inserting 1, 2, 3
in the black space of the song.
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If time permits, allow


children to make up
their own verse, or
incorporate a
favorite motion from
the group, such as
stretching, tapping,
or rolling hands.

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Johnny and Katie

Fingerplay

Materials: CD Tracks 25

Benefits:

Developing fine-motor
skills
Exploring vocal sounds

Directions:

Lessons 3 & 4

Hold one hand in front of you and spread out your fingers. Use your other
hand to tap each finger one time, starting at the pinky: Johnny, Johnny,
Johnny, Johnny, Johnny. (Pause) Pretend that your pointer finger and thumb
make a slideslide all the way to the end of your thumb. Whoops! (Pause) Lets
start again. Well start at the pinky: Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, Whooops!
Johnny. (Pause) Youve got it! Now, let Johnny bounce back the way he came,
starting with the thumb: Johnny, whooops! Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, Johnny.
(Pause) We can put it all together, starting at the pinky and going back again.

Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, whooops! Johnny, whooops!


Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, Johnny.

Invite the children to hold up one hand, then use their other hand to tap each
fingertip, starting with the pinky. After the first four fingers, slide down the
index finger to their thumb, saying whoops! as they go. Then tap the thumb,
slide back to the index finger (saying whoops! as you go), and tap each other
finger, returning to the pinky.

Repeat, this time saying Johnny on each fingertip, and saying whoops!
between the index finger and thumb.
Johnny has a friend named Katie. Put up your other hand, and give Katie
a turn to bounce. Start with your pinky.

Lesson 4
extension:
If time allows, insert
the names of
children in your class
in place of Johnny
and Katie. Be sure
to ask a childs permission before saying
a special verse for
him or her, and pass
if a child would
rather not have you
say his or her name.

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Katie, Katie, Katie, Katie, whooops! Katie, whooops!


Katie, Katie, Katie, Katie.
What fun! Lets do it again.

Katie, Katie, Katie, Katie, whooops! Katie, Katie, Katie, Katie.

Repeat the fingerplay with the other hand, this time saying Katie instead
of Johnny.

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Johnny and Katie on the Phone


Materials: CD Tracks 68
Pretend telephone or
rhythm stick (optional)

Benefits:

Focused Listening

Developing listening and


attention skills
Developing social skills

Directions:

Share with the children that they will hear two friends talking with each other
on the phone.

(Sound: phone ringing)


Katie: Hello?
Johnny: Hi, Katie! This is Johnny!
Katie: Hi, Johnny!
Johnny: Do you want to come over to play?
Katie: I need to ask my mom. I'll be right back.
(Pause)
Katie: Mom says it's okayI'll be right over.
Johnny: Great! See you soon.
Katie: Bye, Johnny.
Johnny: Bye, Katie.

Lesson 4
extension:

Listen to the sounds of friends talking.


Johnny and Katie were just talking on the phone. Lets make the sound
of the phone ringing: Brrrrring! Brrrrring! (Pause) At the beginning, Johnny
and Katie said hello to each other. Say hello to your friends here in music class:
Hello! (Pause) At the end, Johnny and Katie said goodbye to each other.
Wave and say goodbye to our friends here: Goodbye!

Talk about parts of the conversation: did they hear the friends say Hello?
Invite the children to say Hello, and imitate other parts of the conversation
Goodbye, etc.

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Children love to
receive telephone
calls. Pretend to
give each child an
individual phone
call: make a phone
ringing sound, then
say something to
each child, such as
Hello, Sam!, Is
Allie there?, or
other conversational
ideas, such as How
are you today? or
What are you
wearing? If youd
like, use a pretend
telephone (this can
be a rhythm stick) to
pass around as you
make calls. Be sure
to ask each child for
permission before
calling, and let him
or her pass if he or
she would rather
not participate.

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Lessons 3 & 4

Its fun to spend time with friends! Listen while two friends, Johnny and Katie,
talk on the phone.

Triangle

Instrument
Exploration
Materials: CD Track 9
Triangle

Benefits:

Taking turns
Exploring instrument
sounds

Directions:

Lessons 3 & 4

Theres an instrument that can make a ringing sound that reminds me of


the sound of some telephones. Its called a triangle! (Sound: triangle) Listen as
your teacher plays the triangle. (Pause) Everyone who wants to play the
triangle will get a turn. (Pause)

Share that you have an instrument that can make a sound like a phone ringing: a
triangle. Demonstrate by playing the triangle.

Invite each child to take a turn playing the triangle.

Lesson 4
extension:
Extension: there are
lots of ways to play
the triangle. If time
permits, invite the
children to explore
other ways to play by
tapping it gently to
make a quiet sound,
or striking it firmly
to hear a louder
sound that rings for a
long time. Explore
playing it by holding
the striker with the
other hand.

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Hey, Betty Martin

Movement

Materials: CD Tracks 1012

Benefits:

Developing locomotor
skills
Moving in response to an
auditory cue

Directions:

Remind the children of the tiptoe and rocking movements of the song.

Share that this week, theyll tiptoe and rock all around the room.

Lessons 3 & 4

Youve already tiptoed and rocked to Hey, Betty Martin while moving
in a circle. This week, well sing it again, but you can tiptoe and rock
all around the room. Start with tiptoeing!

Hey, Betty Martin

Refrain
Hey, Betty Martin, tippy toe, tippy toe.
Hey, Betty Martin, tiptoe fine.
Hey, Betty Martin, tippy toe, tippy toe.
Hey, Betty Martin, please be mine.
Verse
Rock with me, Ill rock with you.
Well go rocking the whole day through.
Rock so fine, rock so fine,
Rocking, rocking, all the time.
Refrain

Tiptoe and rock along to the recording.


Come sit back down. (Pause)

Lesson 4
extension:

Return to sitting with the children.

This can be a fun


activity for partner
playencourage
children to rock with
a partner, then tiptoe
as individuals.
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Come on Through, My Darlin

Instrument
Play-Along

Materials: CD Tracks 1316


Sandblocks (2 per person)

Benefits:

Exploring instruments
Developing fine-motor
control

Directions:

Lessons 3 & 4

Its time to play instruments! Come and get two sandblocks.


(Getting-instruments music)

Invite everyone to come and get two sandblocks.


Swish your sandblocks back and forth together: swish, swish, swish, swish.
Aaaand, stop. (Pause) Now, put one sandblock on the floor and let your other
sandblock bounce on it: bounce, bounce, bounce, bounce. Aaaand, stop. (Pause)
Pick up your blocks again, and rub them together in little circles: cir-cle,
cir-cle, cir-cle, cir-cle. Aaaand, stop. (Pause) Well swish, bounce and
circle our sandblocks to this music. Explore other ideas for making
sandblock sounds, too.

Explore different ways to play the sandblocks: scraping them together, tapping
them together, and tapping their handles together.

Come on Through, My Darlin

Verse 1
Lets go swishy, swishy, swishy.
Lets go swishy all day long.
Lets go swishy, swishy, swishy.
Lets go swishy all day long.

Refrain
Come on through, my darlin, darlin, darlin.
Come on through, my darlin, all day long.
Come on through, my darlin, darlin, darlin.
Come on through, my darlin, all day long.

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Verse 2
Lets go bouncy, bouncy, bouncy.
Lets go bouncy all day long.
Lets go bouncy, bouncy, bouncy.
Lets go bouncy all day long.

Lessons 3 & 4

Refrain
Verse 3
Lets turn round and round and round
Refrain

Play the sandblocks along to the music, inviting the children to play freely or to
explore movements that match the words of the song.
Sandblocks away, sandblocks away, gently put the sandblocks away.
(Instruments-away music)

Collect the sandblocks.

Lesson 4
extension:
If children have been
enjoying partner play
for Hey, Betty
Martin, you might
encourage them to
engage in partner
play with their
instruments, such as
tapping each others
sandblocks together.
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Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap!

Storytime

Materials: CD Track 17
Family Guide

Benefits:

Developing language and


literacy skills
Recognizing patterns
Developing memory and
recall skills

Directions:

Lessons 3 & 4

Its time for our story, Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap! I know you can help with
the words today.

Read the story with the children, inviting them to join you in saying some of the
repeated words, such as east, west, and the way you like the best.

Flip-Flap, Sugar Snap!


by Susan James Frye

Note: The storytime poem is found in the


ABC Music & Me Family Guide.

Lesson 4
extension:
There are so many
ways to move in this
story! Have a movement storytime by
reading the story
while the children
move like
the animals.

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Shake Hands, Everyone


Materials: CD Tracks 1820

Creative
Movement
Benefits:

Developing inhibitory
control
Moving expressively

Directions:

While seated, invite the children to shake their hands in the air, then stop.
Repeat several times.

Invite the children to stand, then dance freely while the instrumental interlude
plays.

Remain standing for the rest of the song, going back and forth between shaking
hands, stopping, and dancing.

Shake Hands, Everyone


Shake
Shake
Shake
Shake

hands,
hands,
hands,
hands,

everyone, lum-a-lum
everyone, lum-a-lum
everyone, lum-a-lum
everyone, lum-a-lum
And, stop!

Teacher Tip

lum.
lum.
lum.
lum.

If children need
suggestions for movement during the freedance section of this
song, provide ideas for
ways to move such as
twisting, dancing
down low or up high,
swaying, stomping,
swooping, leaping, and
twirling. Acknowledge
childrens movement
ideas as you dance
around the room.

Dance, dance, dance.


(Instrumental interlude)
Shake hands, everyone, lum-a-lum lum e
Come sit down. (Pause)

Lessons 3 & 4

Shake your hands in the air: shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, aaaand stop.
(Pause) Lets do it again: shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, aaaand stop.
(Pause) In our next song, you can dance all around to the music, and there
will be times for you to shake your hands, and then stop.
Stand upits time to dance and shake!

Invite the children to sit back down.

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Head and Shoulders

Song with
Movement
Materials: CD Tracks 2122

Benefits:

Labeling parts of the body


Developing singing skills

Directions:

Lessons 3 & 4

Head . . . shoulders . . . 1, 2, 3! You remember the game we played last time.


We touched our head (Pause), then our shoulders, (Pause), then we counted
with our fingers: 1, 2, 3! (Pause) Then we touched our knees (Pause) and our
toes. (Pause) Then we counted: 1, 2, 3! (Pause) Last, we touched our ears
(Pause) and nose, (Pause) and counted: 1, 2, 3! Lets sing and play our song
again. Get ready to start with head and shoulders!

Repeat this song as in previous weeks, touching each part of the body and
singing along as it is mentioned in the song.

Head and Shoulders


Head and shoulders, children. 1, 2, 3!
Head and shoulders, children. 1, 2, 3!
Head and shoulders, head and shoulders,
Head and shoulders, children. 1, 2, 3!
Knees and toes, children. 1, 2, 3! ...
Ears and nose, children. 1, 2, 3! ...

Lesson 4
extension:
Head and shoulders
with friends: invite
children to touch a
neighbors head,
shoulders, knees and
toes along to the
song. Or, make up
your own verses
(see Lessons 1 & 2
extension) and sing
them together
as a group.

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Roly, Bouncy

Movement
with a Prop

Materials: CD Tracks 2326


Beach ball

Benefits:

Developing social skills


Developing eye-hand
coordination
Taking turns

Directions:

Ask everyone to spread their legs apart wide so that their toes touch someone
elses toes.

Take out the ball, and tell the children that everyone will take turns rolling back
and forth.

Roll the ball to the children one at a time, and encourage them to roll the ball
back to you.

Lessons 3 & 4

Its time for a game we can play together with our friends! Sit in a circle, and
spread your legs wide, so that your toes touch your neighbors toes. (Pause)
Your teacher will roll a ball to you. When you catch it, roll it back.
Everyone will have a turn to roll and play.

Roly, Bouncy

e Roly, bouncy, 1, 2, 3.

Playing together, just you and me.


Roly, bouncy, 3, 2, 1.
Playing together is lots of fun!
Roly, bouncy, 1, 2, 3.
Rolling the ball, just you and me.
Roly, bouncy, 3, 2, 1.
Rolling together is lots of fun!
Lesson 4
extension:

Roly, bouncy, 1, 2, 3.
Catching the ball, just you and me.
Roly, bouncy, 3, 2, 1.
Catching together is lots of fun!
Pass the ball back to your teacher.

If the children in
your class are older
3s and 4s, you might
encourage them to
roll the ball to each
other, rather than
always back to you.

Collect the ball.


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ABC Music & Me Goodbye

Goodbye Ritual

Materials: CD Track 27

Benefits:

Establishing ritual
Experiencing individual
recognition
Developing singing skills

Directions:

Lessons 3 & 4

Singing and playing with friends and family is so much fun! Its time to sing
goodbye for nowsee you next time!

Sing the goodbye song, waving and making eye contact with each child.

ABC Music & Me Goodbye


When we sing and play in our class each day,
Were as happy as can be.
Now its time to go, but well be back soon
For ABC Music & Me.

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Musical Scores

ABC Music & Me Hello


Kathy Morrison

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hap - pi - ly.

Stretch

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Stretch hel - lo

lo

and

stretch hel - lo, stretch

with a

sing

1,

with

2,

3!

me.

Musical Scores

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& 4

ABC Music & Me


Clap hello, clap happily.
Clap hello with a 1, 2, 3!
Clap hello and sing with me.
ABC Music & Me,
Tap hello, tap happily.
Tap hello with a 1, 2, 3!
Tap hello and sing with me.
ABC Music & Me,
_____ hello, _____ happily.
_____ hello with a 1, 2, 3!
_____ hello and sing with me.

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Come on Through, My Darlin'


Traditional, adapted

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Let's go swishy, swish-y, swish-y, let's go swish-y all day long.


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Let's go swish-y,

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Come

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dar - lin',

Come on through, my

dar - lin',

all daylong.

dar - lin', dar - lin'.

all day

Vs. 2

Let's go bouncy, bouncy, bouncy,


Let's go bouncy all day long.

Vs. 3

Let's turn 'round and 'round and 'round and


Let's turn 'round all day long.

long.

..

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Hey, Betty Martin

&
11

&
17

&

#
#
#

Hey, Bet- ty

Mar - tin,

Verse

Jump with

#
&

fine,

Mar-tin,

tip -py toe,

fine;

j
.

me, I'll

jump with

through.

jump - ing,

..

tip - toe

whole day

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you.

Jump so

jump - ing,

tip-py toe.

please

be

We'll go

Hey, Bet-ty

Fine

mine.

jump-ing the

fine,

jump so

all

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# 2Refrain

& 4

the

D.C. al Fine

time.

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Shake Hands

DDDD

adapted African-American Children's Song

& b 44

Shake hands,

&b

Shake

hands,

&b

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Lum,

lum,

&b

ev - 'ry - one,

ev - 'ry - one,

lum,

Lum, lum, lum, lum,

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lum,

dum - a - la - lum.

#
dum - a - la - lum.

dum - a - la - lum.

#

dum - a - la - lum,

and

stop!

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Head and Shoulders

Head

&b

and

and

&b

& b .

three. Head

11

shoul - ders, chil - dren,

three. Head

. .

one,

shoul - ders, chil - dren,

. .

and shoul - ders, head and

shoul - ders, chil - dren,

one,

one,

two,

two,

. .

shoul - ders, head and

two,

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2
& b 4 .

African-American Children's Song, adapted

three.

Vs. 2 Knees and toes . . .


Vs. 3 Ears and nose . . .

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ABC Music & Me Goodbye


# 4 .
& 4
&

hap - py as can

be.

. .
Now it's time to

go but we'll

Me!

be

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When we sing and play in our class each day, we're as

#
&

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Julee Kowallis

back soon

for

B C

Mu - sic &

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