The Ants Go Marching song included on my latest Five Little Oysters CD release is one of my favorite traditional melodies. This song features counting from one to five, while marching, storytelling, and keeping time with the music. You can create your very own felt storyboard to use at home or in the classroom while […]
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Five Little Oysters, the title song on my latest CD release, features one of my favorite songs for stimulating learning play with children ages 2-5. The song features counting/ adding and subtracting, rhythmic listening, rolling movement for hands and whole body, and active storytelling. While you sing, you can create your very own felt storyboard […]
I was pleased to contribute a blog post to the Rockmommy website, all about the Importance of Movement, Learning and Growing… Thank you Marisa! Read it here!
Listen to my interview with Mike Mason on Good Stuff Kids. Thank you Mike! Sukey Molloy is here for episode #180! We talked a lot about child development, particularly brain development, and her brand new record ‘Five Little Oysters.” It was fascinating to hear how Sukey uses different artistic mediums and her knowledge on other […]
I have been extremely privileged to share in classes, concerts and events with children, teachers and parents, and have observed that we share a deep wish to do what is right for the children in our care. When engaging in activities, I make every effort to assist children in the joyful work of making sense […]
Featured song: These are my Eyes Learning to name and identify parts of the body is one of the first achievements young children take pride in. Pointing to eyes, nose, mouth and belly button brings a personal sense of satisfaction. Singing songs that name parts of the body helps children participate in learning about themselves […]
Featured song: Open Shut Them Children thrive on building a rich movement vocabulary in the developing years. By combining fine and gross motor play activities together in one song, we offer fun and meaningful ways for children to explore the body in motion. Open Shut Them is a great place to start. Try singing and […]