Early Language Learner Songs
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Speech Therapy, Activities, Language
Kids love music! You can teach early language skills by using catchy melodies – it’s a great way to keep your kids engaged and having fun.
This collection of songs and visual aids can be used to target a variety of early-developing language skills, such as:
- Imitation of novel actions
- Imitation of words and phrases
- Following directions
- Spatial concepts (high/low, up/down)
- Temporal concepts (fast, slow)
How to Prepare and Use?
Each packet contains a video link for the song, so no musical background is required! Feel free to modify the lyrics and / or melodies to best suit your needs. These can be sung with or without accompaniment.
Print, laminate, and cut out the visual support cards (actions, body parts, concepts). These cards can be used with velcro or magnets to attach to your preferred surface or the provided sequencing boards.
These materials can also be used for other songs – for instance, you can use the action cards while singing “If You’re Happy and You Know It”. Get creative!
What a great resource. I will really enjoy this. Just what I’ve been looking for. Thank you so much!