Sing, Rhyme, and Play seeks to:

  • Instill a positive association with learning in children ages birth to five

  • Strengthen the child/caregiver bond

Hallmarks of Sing, Rhyme, and Play include:

  • High-quality content
    • Original content – inclusive by design
    • Classic content – screened for harmful origins

  • Music and movement as learning tools

  • Occupying the hands — shakers, scarves, blocks, coloring sheets

    • Simplicity of sound, visuals, and lyrics

    • Slow and deliberate pace

    • Acoustic/analog format

    • Choice — let the child decide
      • Where and whether to sit, stand, or dance
      • When to participate and when just to listen
      • What books to read — any book in any language!

    • Multiple languages

    • Daily reading

    • Using the library

    • Making new, original content free to fellow educators for educational purposes

    • Collaborating and sharing best practices with fellow educators

    The Sing, Rhyme, and Play method derives from multiple sources: