By Al Balkin
Motivate literacy with twenty unique songs through musician and educator Al Balkin! kid's and college librarians will welcome "Tune as much as Literacy", a convenient package deal of song and actions that musically introduces and reinforces an important literacy thoughts equivalent to the alphabet, vowels, consonants, nouns, verbs, adjectives, sentence building, punctuation, series, rhyming, and lots more and plenty, even more. The e-book contains: 20 unique songs to inspire kid's improvement of literacy; rhyme-a-ton rhyming dictionary of frequent one-syllable phrases; and, actions relating to each one music - from inventing new verses to telling tales to taking part in flash-card video games. Catchy and strikingly unique, the road-tested songs of "Tune as much as Literacy" are confirmed instruments for acquainting little ones with easy literacy suggestions.
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2. Have children cut out pictures from magazines showing various actions. ”). Call on a Verb 3. Using each picture as the starting point, have children tell a story, emphasizing the verbs, about what took place before the picture and what is going to take place afterward. 4. Ask children to put several pictures together and create stories connecting the actions and people in the different pictures. 5. Create a story and then remove the verbs. Ask the children to ﬁll in the blanks with verbs. Read the completed story back to them.
Boy is a noun. Girl is a noun. B5. Transportation nouns. Transportation nouns. Car is a noun. . B6. Sports nouns. Sports nouns. Play your sports nouns. Baseball’s a noun. . Toy is a noun. Curl is a noun. Hill is a noun. Thrill is a noun. Let’s continue naming nouns. B2. Day is a noun. Night is a noun. Sleigh is a noun. Flight is a noun. Lake is a noun. Cake is a noun. We are off the ground with nouns. B is for all verses. A is sung alone ﬁrst, then along with the ﬁrst and last verse, or as many verses as desired.
Starting on measure 17 (“consonant can”), hold up twelve-inch-square consonant letter cards on the ﬁrst and fourth counts of each measure (strong beats). Start with B and end with T on measure 24. Switch to vowel cards at measure 25. Hold each card for a full measure. On repeat, when measure 17 resumes, hold up consonants V, W, X, Y, and Z for full measures. ) At measure 25, repeat vowel choreography. Hold up all the vowels from measure 33 through each ending. Children holding consonant cards join in at measure 35 on “consonants” and hold those cards up together through both endings.
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