You will find 4 transitional songs to use in your early childhood classroom. Some of these are songs that I have made up and others have been taught to me by other teachers over the years. I find that singing helps transitions through out the day.You can print these cute song pages so that you always have them handy during transitions! 1 Line up song1 Stairs song1 Follow me song1 Good bye song
FREE 23-page "See You Later Alligator" download. Includes: A revamped alligator poster poem with enough verses so that each child can recite one as they line up to go home. They can say their verse, wave good-bye and get in line. A traceable booklet so students can get used to reading, writing and learning the verses. Children cut and glue an animal to the matching numbered box. + traceable animal word cards with matching picture cards to help students learn these words.
Here is a song that talks about cleaning up after doing various activities. Like our "Good Morning Song" and "Good Bye Song", this "Clean Up Song" is written to help with classroom management (kindergarten, preschool, elementary school, early ESL classes), but it might also be great for parents at home! For ESL and EFL teachers: The song is written as a simple call and response song where the kids repeat the phrases "It's time to clean up" and "Time to tidy up"...
The use of transition songs for preschool helps Early Childhood teachers move children along from activity to activity. This article contains piggyback songs to begin your day, helpful songs for circle time, clean up, learning centers, calendar, holiday, and good-bye songs.