Early literacy and language teacher shares original songs, rhymes, and games for ages birth to five.
Author: Ms. Christina
Early literacy teacher and former children's Library Associate shares new, original songs and rhymes for kids and grownups to enjoy together—free to use for educational purposes, free from harmful origins. Design by Ryan McCoy.
A hands-on action rhyme for demonstrating how to handle a book and identify its parts.
Here’s a lovely book of mine, Here’s the cover, here’s the spine. Here’s some info that is vital: Author, illustrator, title. Open it just like a door, Turn the pages to explore. When you’re finished, say, “The End,” And then you close it up again.
Skills and Benefits:
Vocabulary, phonological awareness, handling a book, identifying parts of a book.
Two years ago, on 26. April 2020, our family started our YouTube channel to share my original, early literacy content (think: songs and rhymes for story time) with the wider world. Sing, Rhyme, and Play later became a popular Outschool class.
🥳 Hooray — Sing, Rhyme, and Play is 2 today! 🥳
We’ve had so much fun, and we couldn’t have done it without you. Please join us in celebrating two years of Sing, Rhyme, and Play by sending the “Self-Care Stretch” around the world!
First, get a video of you doing the “Self-Care Stretch” in a place you love — you can be sitting or standing. We’ve done a few to get you inspired: