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  1. Children love doing songs with movement

  2. Thanks for great ideas to use with toddlers at our library! A grammatical error I saw – on APPLE (BINGO), it’s should be its, without the apostrophe (possessive, not a contraction).

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Got it fixed. Thanks!!

  3. Ruth Gill says:

    I really like the apple version of the BINGO song. I sing it with a slap on the knees on the primary downbeat and a clap on the secondary downbeat, but I do all claps on the letters and all slaps on the “crunches”.

    Btw, in your lyrics, “it’s” should be changed to “its”, as it is a possessive, not a contraction. Thanks!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thanks for sharing. I’ll fix that typo, too!

  4. Joe Graham says:

    Thank you so much for this article, I used “I love apples”, “five stuffed scarecrows” and “Autumn” in a intergenerational music session we had at the long term care facility I work at. The songs were both new and familiar which helped facilitate a shared experience rather than a performance. What a hit!

    Thank you for your work

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m so glad they were helpful to you! 🙂

  5. Leslie Hurwitz says:

    I love these songs. On the song Ten Little Apples, the last sentence the word Three should that be Tree. I just want to make sure.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Oh thank you for pointing that out. It’s changed!

  6. suziehomemaker says:

    this may be out there somewhere cus nothing new really but I never heard it but made it up one day. BINGO song…kids name if 5 letters. for instances.. there was a girl who had a (fav toy) doll and Megan was her name O. M-E-G-A-N …..and megan was her name oh. I tuagh my 3 to spell her name like this.

  7. These are fantastic!
    There is a grammatical error on the Ten Little Apples song – the last word says “three” instead of “tree”.
    Thanks for sharing these! 🙂

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thank you so much for telling me! Can’t believe I slipped up on that. I’ll be fixing it ASAP!

  8. audrey ganley ryan says:

    beautiful simple ideas, ive printed your little songs to use in my montessori school.

    thank you

  9. Barb Dover says:

    Thanks for sharing some great ideas to help my little learners start the day in a very special way!

  10. Lots of cute things. Thanks for sharing some ideas with me.

  11. Cynthia Rose says:

    I think that these songs are a prime example of how important preschool can be for children. It is nice to have an environment for learning while being surrounded by peers to help you grow. I can’t wait for my own kids to enter into preschool.
    Cynthia |

    1. Thanks so much. I think the 2 year olds will love them

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