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Little Language Songs for Little Ones
Little Language Songs For Little Ones

by Laura Dyer

Description from Amazon
Winner of the Education Clearinghouse 2002 Award of Excellence, this fun and fabulous album features 40 minutes of educational songs for your child ages birth to eight. Each song was written with a specific speech and language goal in mind. It has received 7 National Reviews/Endorsements and several local including the Music City's Nashville Parent Magazine. This soundtrack exposes your child to a wide variety of musical styles including jazz, folk, dance, pop, internation, and features fun sound effects and interactive songs too. The most educational songs are paced so that your child will be able to comprehend the lyrics and be able to sing along as well. Developed by a speech-language pathologist, this album reinforces all of the speech techniques taught in the Little Language for Little Ones Book.


 Marvelous Mouth Music
Marvelous Mouth Music Songs for Speech Therapy and Beyond
by Aubrey Lande, Bob Wiz, Suzanne E. Morris

From Amazon

21 activity-based Songames designed by Dr. Suzanne Evans Morris, an internationally recognized Speech Therapist... The 36-page companion booklet includes a 'How to Use' section, all the song lyrics, and a model for how to use all types of music to promote therapeutic change.

 

Signing Time! Songs: from Volumes 1-3

Signing Time! Songs: from Volumes 1-3

Album Description

All the original songs from Volumes 1-3 on a music CD that you can enjoy when you're not watching Signing Time! Also includes 11 bonus instrumental 'sing-along' versions of each song. 22 tracks total.

 

Signing Time! Songs: Volumes 4-6

Signing Time! Songs: Volumes 4-6

Album Description
All the original songs from Volumes 4-6 on a music CD that you can enjoy when you're not watching Signing Time! Also includes 12 bonus instrumental 'sing-along' versions of each song. 24 tracks total.

 

 Songames for Sensory Integration
Songames for Sensory Integration
by Aubrey Lande, Bob Wiz, OTR Lois Hickman MS, OTR Aubrey Lande MS

Editorial Review
Songames for Sensory Integration highlights the power of music and play in promoting sensory integration. Musical songames are 'tools' that promote everything from self-regulation to praxis. The music is fun and motivating, helping kids (and their parents and teachers) play in purposeful, developmentally meaningful ways.

 -- Diana Henry, OTR/L, creator of the "Tools for Teachers and Students" videos

 

Speechercise - A Musical Workout For Your Mouth

Speechercise - A Musical Workout For Your Mouth

Album Description
Practicing the drills and skills as recommended by the Speech-Language Pathologist is made easy for children with Speechercise™— a musical workout for your mouth, a new music resource from Twin Sisters Productions. At home, in the car, or even at school, children follow the Speechercise™ workout leaders through the warm up, drill work, and cool down. The songs and drills focus on mouth movements, basic vowel and consonant sounds, complex consonant-vowel transitions, and advanced word level strings.


Time to Sing

From the Artist

During my twenty-plus years as a pediatric speech-language pathologist, I have used music as a therapy "tool" to facilitate speech and language expansion. My frustration has always been that previously recorded songs for children are sung at a rate of speed that is often to fast for our many young children who are still learning to speak. Therefore, the speed of the words on this recording is intended to enable all children to sing along, regardless of their level of speech development. We hope that you find "Time To Sing!" to be enjoyable, entertaining, and excitingly useful. --David Hammer, Speech-Language Pathologist for "Time To Sing!"

                                                            


Time to Sing! II

Album Description

Young Children love to sing, but they need to sing at their own speed. Time to Sing! is a delightful collection of children's classic songs newly arranged for children of all ages and abilities. The music is fun and playful, the words are sung at a slower tempo so that any child can sing along- even a child learning to speak. Time to Sing! helps to build language skills and the wide variety of musical styles and settings makes it a joy to hear again and again.

 

Time to Sing! at Christmas 

Time to Sing! at Christmas

Album Description

Come experience and listen to new and exciting performances of your favorite children's Christmas songs. Time to Sing!at Christmas™ includes classic Christmas's songs and each recording has been newly arranged. The music is fun, playful and beautiful and the words are much slower than the originals allowing everyone to easily sing along, even those children who are still learning to speak. Plus, the wide variety of arrangements, styles, and settings makes this a joy to listen to again, and again, and again. We hope that your children enjoy these fresh new looks at classic songs, now that they have time... to sing!

 

Walt Disney Records : Children's Favorite Songs, Vol. 1 : 25 Classic Tunes
Walt Disney Records : Children's Favorite Songs

Track Listings
1. This Old Man (Knick-Knack, Patty-Whack)
2. I've Been Working On The Railroad
3. Three Blind Mice
4. Oh, Susanna!
5. The Man on the Flying Trapeze
6. The Blue-Tail Fly (Jimmy Crack Corn)
7. The Mail Must Go Through
8. Home On The Range
9. It Ain't Gonna Rain No More
10. A Bicycle Built For Two
11. Mary Had A Little Lamb
12. Take Me Out To The Ball Game
13. Friends Lullaby
14. Old MacDonald
15. The Hokey Pokey
16. She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain
17. Ten Little Indians
18. The Green Grass Grew All Around
19. In the Good, Old Summertime
20. Animal Fair
21. Row, Row, Row Your Boat
22. I'm A Policeman
23. Pop! Goes The Weasel
24. Dixie
25. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star


Wee Sing in Sillyville
Wee Sing in Sillyville

From Amazon

Two kids find themselves magically transported to the wonderful land of Sillyville, where they meet a pixie-ish character named Sillywhim. She asks their help in bringing together the various groups of this imaginative world. (Each group wears a different color and has a bias against any color that's different.) The kids' encounters with the Sillyvillians result in almost nonstop nonsense songs that will delight young viewers: there's everything from 'I'm a Nut' to 'John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt.' The message--that because someone looks different it doesn't mean he or she is bad--is a positive one. And the musical shenanigans will hold the attention of the 1- to 5-year-old audience for repeated viewings. --Marshall Fine


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