The Animal Songs Compilation by Margie La Bella

The Animal Songs Compilation by Margie La Bella
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Thanks for looking at my music! Here is the song list and below you will find titles and benefits/lessons implicit within each track.

Hey Mr. Monkey (from the Sing CD)
Animal Song 1 (from the Sing CD)
Animal Song 2 (from the Sing CD)
the Wolf Song (from the Sing CD)
Tweet Little Birdy (from the Mixing CD)
Teddies to (reggae) Turtles (from the Mixing CD)
Caterpillar Song (from the Move CD)
Growl, Growl Stomp (from the Move CD)
Three little Monkeys (from the Sing CD)
Three little Sound FX (from the Play CD)

Tweet, Tweet Little Birdy
Benefits: Vocalization, listening comprehension, pretending/abstracting.
Older children can immediately echo each phrase during the short pause. This helps to develop sentence length and related memory.

Teddies to Turtles
Benefits: Following multiple directions, creativity, imagination (abstraction).

Growl, Growl, Stomp
This song helps with listening and pretending skills, both needed for cognitive development. It also stimulates attention (to the movements of the mother and baby bears,)as well as auditory anticipation and vocalization of “Grrowl!” The repetitive “growl, growl, stomp!) gives a sense of sequencing and energy/vocal release.

The Caterpilar
To stimulate pretending and other higher process thinking skills. To foster focus, bodily relaxation and the concept of slow. To teach about how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. Sometimes our lives can do the same. Making dreams come true.

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

The Animal 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.

Three Little Monkeys
To encourage use of sentences. Also good for sequencing of ideas and understanding of lyrics as demonstrated by pretend play.

the Wolf Cub
Children vocalize the “ooh” sound of the wolf. Children act out the lyrics, and demonstrate an understanding of the concepts involved; open, shake, over, under, up, down, side, and families.

The Animal Song II
To elicit vocalization of animal sounds. This is necessary for speech and involves articulation of specified sounds.


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