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  1. I love this so much! Thank you!

  2. I couldn’t download the free printable.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry. The link is in the blog post in orange letters. It does pop up into a new window, so maybe you have that option disabled? Let me know if you can’t get it!

  3. The link for the printable just goes to a blank screen. πŸ™

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      It has been fixed. Sorry about that!

      1. Got it, thank you so much! This is a wonderful resource and is appreciated. πŸ™‚

  4. The link for the free printable does not work and just goes to a black window.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry! Thank you for letting me know. It’s been fixed.

  5. Debbi Sabatke says:

    I tried to print the transition song but the click funnel name popped up along with a black screen. Should I have clicked somewhere else?
    Thank you!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry! That screen should’ve had a place to put your email address in. If you weren’t able to get it, please email me at angela(at)teachingmama(dot)org and I’ll send you the printable.

  6. There’s nothing better than singing to help with transitions. Thank you for all these helpful resources!!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I totally agree!

  7. Anneka Smith says:

    Did you write the Little Wiggle chant? I put it with some music (β€œI have a little turtle”) and want to make sure I give credit to you if you wrote it. Thanks!!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yes I did. Thanks!

      1. Can I listen to the songs in YouTube or sent to my email?

  8. Thank you so much for the transition posters for Pre-K. I can’t wait for my
    students to learn them. This is a great help for teachers and greatly appreciated.

  9. sabitaraee says:

    I love these transition song and ideas, i definitely use it in my class. Thank you !

  10. Hey Angela, thanks I have just started working in a pre school. Songs like these really help us a lot to run class smoothly. I have pinned several ideas shared by you.
    Thanks a lot. I am regular reader of your blog from now. Cheers!

  11. DeBorah Fanney says:

    Thank you for the PRINTABLES.

  12. SO cute, and SO fun!!! Thanks for inspiring us and creating joy in the journey!

  13. Zach VanderGraaff says:

    Totally agree! As a music teacher, I know exactly how well students respond to musical elements as transitions. Thanks for spreading the good word! I tell my younger class teachers this all the time, but they have a hard time buying in. Maybe this will convince them.

  14. Adela Rivas says:

    I will have to try this with my 3-4 years old at work.. If you can give me hints for circle time I will appreciate itπŸ’—

  15. These are great, I think every preschool teacher has times where they ‘lose’ the class for whatever reason, these will be handy!

  16. CRYSTAL Croft says:

    I already use these is there one I can use to transition from breakfast to line up for outdoor time

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Stay tuned! I’m just weeks away from launching my new book with 150 transition songs/rhymes. It includes lots of line up songs and outdoor songs.

  17. Thank you.
    I’ve pined several useful ideas for my preschoolers from you πŸ™‚

  18. Amna Naveed says:

    I really liked the idea. It will help me introducing making transitioning smoother in the classroom to my teachers during training times. Good job!

  19. Thank you so much,l love these songs…..can’t wait to try them tomorrow

  20. I love your songs. I stole some of them & I know it’s a good one if i can remember it!! I’m looking for a show & tell song, any suggestions??

  21. Ms. Crystal says:

    I need help ASAP!
    I’m a preschool teacher of young tot’s. They are just turning one to about 14 months and when we transition inside from outside play they come inside hysterical. Some of them walk and some crawl. They have a routine for about a few days then they break it by the way need attention, from going to sleep early, to needing a snack before lunch. One still gets a bottle and the rest freak out… ANY SUGGESTIONS, PLEASE!?!?!?!

  22. Mansi joshi says:

    I just love them and Iam sure that these all will help me in my school
    thanks a lot

  23. Cynthia Childs says:

    I would like to have thatsend to my email thank you

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      So happy to hear that, Sylvia! Thank you!!

  24. Lovely! Thank you – these are great and I will certainly be using them loads!

  25. Nancy Saldana says:

    Great ideas!, I only have one year experience working with kids and loving to lean more and more for them.

  26. Thanks so much for these ideas! I am a first year preschool teacher and have been struggling during my transitions. My students will love these and hopefully those transitions will go a little smoother!

  27. Cindy Gresham says:

    I teach a class of 12 PK three yr olds with no helper. Singing combined with movement is something we all love. My favorite one of this post is the one about moods to the tune of If you’re happy ….Thanks for sharing, Cindy

  28. Great ideas here! I love introducing children to new songs especially when I need help getting cleaned up at transition time.

  29. I am student teaching and transitions were giving me trouble, I can’t wait to try these!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Great!! I hope they work well for you!

  30. Howling Horn says:

    This is Christina from the Howling Horn. Thanks for the great songs. I used them during my letter “C” week for cleaning songs. I used the washing your hands song and tidy up. They are great way to make cleaning up fun! I talked about them on my blog and shared your page with my followers.

  31. Jason Styles says:

    I Love It!!!!! Thank You.

  32. Your ideas are wonderful. thanks for sharing them! I am a preschool teacher of 27 years and it is great to find new ideas.

  33. Songs help with so many things. We often sing them on our way to school (a new school) to help keep the crying at bay. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!
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    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thank you so much!

  34. Oh my goodness, these are great! I am starting a new job at a preschool and these will be so helpful to transition kids! Love it!

    Thank you for sharing at our Pinning for Play link party!

    1. Thank you, they are amazing

  35. Brilliant, I will be trying all of these. My kids are adopted and ANY transition, however little is difficult and I am always looking for easy ways of moving along. I can’t wait til my cheeky six year old boy finds his own rhyme for ‘finger on your shoe’. Just a matter of time.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thanks, Gina! I am so happy to hear this will help you out. πŸ™‚

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