Special Education and Early Ed songs for Language. Gr8 4 speech therapy

Special Education and Early Ed songs for Language. Gr8 4 speech therapy
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Great for Speech Therapy, Early intervention and any one that loves little tykes.

Vocalization songs/Early Childhood/ Early Intervention Songs

Yee-Haw! (from the Move CD)
Open your Mouth and Say Ah (from the Sing CD)
Hey, Mr. Monkey (from the Sing CD)
Tap it on your Head – with Music (from the Sing CD)
Tap it on your Head – acapella (from the Sing CD)
the Leeway Train (from the Sing CD)
the Vehicle Song (from the Sing CD)
Three little Monkeys (from the Sing CD)
Puppet Song - - with sounds. (from the Sing CD)

The Vocalization CD includes the following songs: I'm working on this so it is not 100% accurate. But the song list above is!!


6. The Yee-haw Song
This song requires receptive understanding of body parts and associated movements, as well as expressive use of the word “Yeehaw!”
Children can simulate the galloping sound of a horse by tapping their knees during the chorus, or by pretending to ride a horse like a cowboy. Older children can perform the directive twice and sing “yeehaw!”


1. Open your Mouth
Purpose: to open the session in a friendly, social, and successful manner.
To help children create the “ah,” “oo,” and “ee.” vowels and articulate the “ooh-ee” sound.

2. Monkey Song
The children gain vocal and oral-motor experience as they sing “ah,” “ee,” and “ooh.” They remember and sequence sound patterns.

3. The Leeway Train
This song helps the kid's speech skills through making the appropriate sound effects.

4. The Puppet Song (version one)
Children connect an animal with the sound it produces.
Children vocalize the animal sounds.
Children hear and produce loud and soft sounds.

5. Tap it on your head - - acapella version
Helps to teach body part vocabulary and articulation/vocalization. The good thing about it being acappella is that the words are easy to hear and the feel of the music is gentler.

7. Sing an Echo song
This song is used to help children improve the ability to produce certain sounds, increase phrase length, and improve auditory attention and memory. All four skills are used by children as they put words together in increasingly complex sentences.

11. The Vehicle song
Vocalization and vocal play, imitation of common sounds, articulation.

13. Tap it on your Head - - Full version
Helps to teach body part vocabulary and articulation/vocalization. This version works with kids who need the extra stimulation to elicit attention.
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