Sound Bites

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“Does a Pumpkin Pump?”  It certainly does!

 

Dish up some yummy tunes that emphasize healthy eating habits and active fun. Use your imagination. Toss in a serving of fruit, add some veggies, blend in a few things from the kitchen, and you have an eclectic mix of melodies that are garnished with simple moves that the little ones can handle: turn, pull, bend, reach, jump, wiggle, swing, clap, knock, balance, drum, shake, stomp, and more. 

 

Turn these fun physical activities into must-do extensions: weigh pumpkins, dig up crops, make a pea pod, examine a watermelon, balance down a thin row, make and serve Jello, have a tea party, transfer water with different size spoons, allow them to serve themselves, etc. These musical activities can be modified to engage different ages at different stages. These musical activities can be modified to engage different ages at different stages.

 

These are physical musical activities for distance learning at home, child care facilities, after school programs, preschools, day care centers, kindergarten classes, or rainy day recesses. This is your go-to source to help give the brain a break during training by introducing physical activity breaks for online classes, early childhood conferences and training, workshops, or webinars.

  • Examine food together, inside and out, using all five senses.

  • Preparing food together can help children develop eye-hand coordination and small muscle strength: chopping, mixing, dicing, peeling, turning handles, placing lids on and taking lids off, serving, sorting utensils, etc.

  • Working in the kitchen helps children learn about cause-and-effect, reading skills, sequencing an illustrated recipe, measuring, nutrition, and can provide cultural experiences.

  • Promote dramatic play with a play kitchen: microwave, oven, toaster, wok, pots and pans, chopsticks, tools, plates, bowls, table, chairs, place mats, and cultural foods. Most of which can be made with cardboard and a Sharpie.

  • Trace utensils on paper so children know where to put each item. 

  • Use illustrated recipes to make and taste food together.

  • Working in the kitchen and garden is a great way to introduce STEM concepts and experiment with things like, growing food, freezing and melting, mixing liquids and solids, sorting and classifying, counting pieces, etc.

Assist toddlers or prompt preschoolers to get creative and interpret the moves as they like. 

 

Includes 22 English and 12 select Spanish versions. A quick view guide is printed on the inside cover.

Format: CD - Music

Age: Toddler thru Preschool (Okay for kinder)

Approx. running time: 44 min.

UPC: 698731-00045-3

Bulk Orders: This title is available in bulk for early childhood and nutrition programs, conferences, non-profit initiatives, licensing, or grants that promote healthy eating, fruits and vegetables, gardening, farm to table, STEM initiatives, and anti-obesity. Contact the publisher (AbridgeClub.com | Russ InVision Co.) directly for quotes, orders, and discounted pricing.

 

Sound Bites

$14.99

$9.99 

> WINNER! 2009 Parents' Choice Recommended Award

“Hey, Mango! Up, up, up, you go!”

 

CD number 2 steps up the activities. The little ones are still served up a playful mix of simple moves and actions they can handle: reach, jump, swing, twist, shake, wiggle, pat, toss, roll, climb, dig, and more.

 

Turn these fun physical activities into must-do learning experiences: make a burrito, visit the market, peel a banana, make stone soup, jiggle some Jello, scoop melon balls, serve themselves, wash hands correctly, examine a skeleton, grow a bean stalk, etc. These musical activities can be modified to engage different ages at different stages.

These are physical musical activities for distance learning at home, child care facilities, after school programs, preschools, day care centers, kindergarten classes, or rainy day recesses. This is your go-to source to help give the brain a break during training by introducing physical activity breaks for online classes, early childhood conferences and training, workshops, or webinars.

  • Examine food together, inside and out, using all five senses.

  • Preparing food together can help children develop eye-hand coordination and small muscle strength: chopping, mixing, dicing, peeling, turning handles, placing lids on and taking lids off, serving, sorting utensils, etc.

  • Working in the kitchen helps children learn about cause-and-effect, reading skills, sequencing an illustrated recipe, measuring, nutrition, and can provide cultural experiences.

  • Promote dramatic play with a play kitchen: microwave, oven, toaster, wok, pots and pans, chopsticks, tools, plates, bowls, table, chairs, place mats, and cultural foods. Most of which can be made with cardboard and a Sharpie.

  • Trace utensils on paper so children know where to put each item. 

  • Use illustrated recipes to make and taste food together.

  • Working in the kitchen and garden is a great way to introduce STEM concepts and experiment with things like, growing food, freezing and melting, mixing liquids and solids, sorting and classifying, counting pieces, etc.

Assist toddlers or prompt preschoolers to get creative and interpret the moves as they like. 

 

Includes 21 English and 9 select Spanish versions. A quick-view guide is printed on the inside cover.


Format: CD - Music

 Age: Tots thru preschool (okay for Kinder)

Running time: 44 mins.

UPC: 698731-00043-9

Bulk Orders: This title is available in bulk for early childhood and nutrition programs, conferences, non-profit initiatives, licensing, or grants that promote healthy eating, fruits and vegetables, gardening, farm to table, STEM initiatives, and anti-obesity. Contact the publisher (AbridgeClub.com | Russ InVision Co.) directly for quotes, orders, and discounted pricing.

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