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Interpreting a classic nursery rhyme such as "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" looks easier than it seems. After much planning, we are very happy with the outcome! In this new video, we tried to let the simple yet beautiful melody of this song come through, without masking it too much with sounds and overwhelming visual effects. Join our characters in their walnut boats, floating along the stream of imagination!

Hey Diddle Diddle {Nursery Rhyme} Activities

Nursery Rhymes are an excellent way to start the school year! Great for fluency and tracking print!

Word Wall Chants for Grades K-3

Word Walls are meant to be USED! Your students will LOVE doing these FUN and EDUCATIONAL chants! This will boost their spelling confidence! Included in this product:-Directions-Personal Experience and Success with Word Wall Chants-28 chants with brief description and picture(There are two chants on one page)Happy Spelling!!! :)Customer Tips:How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: Please go to your My Purchases page.

Days of the Week Song Videos for Kids

Kids can sing and dance as they learn the days of the week with this fun collection of days of the week song videos.

Pom Pom Math Games for Partners & Math Centers (K-1)

POM POM Math Games for K-1: These simple (and quiet) games are perfect for math workshop practice and independent centers. There are 30 different games covering multiple K-1 math skills. Answer keys, a student recording sheet, and teacher directions are included. 42 Pages, $

The Singing Walrus presents "The Summer Song", a funky seasons song for young children. Join our characters for a fun look at different summer activities for kids. This upbeat song is perfect for young children to explore 8 different verbs in English - all related to summer fun. Arranged in an interactive way, this seasons song is ideal for teachers of ESL or EFL as well.

Our "Days of the week" song for kids is an interactive reggae-style tune that helps children remember all the days of the week in a fun way. Mother Hen leads the children to sing the days of the week in various styles - quiet, loud, and fast.