These ones are all about frogs and are great to use with preschoolers.
Singing is one of the five practices that build early literacy skills – and singing with your child is a great way to build another early literacy practice into your day: playing!
Singing is a great tool for language development because it slows down the rhythm of our speech – helping children really hear the sounds of our language! It can also help introduce new concepts to your child, or to smooth your way through any rough patches in your day. It’s also just plain fun – no matter what kind of singing voice you have!
Make sure to check out our other blog posts for easy activities that help you practice literacy at home.