Lower Elementary
Cross-Curricular

Learning Through Songs

It is a fact that most children like songs, so in this collection there are songs that are used as learning tools.
A Collection By Geanice Gee
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Learning Through Songs
  • Geanice Gee says:
    This colorful Youtube video, teaches children the colors of the rainbow through a sing-a-long approach.
  • Geanice Gee says:
    A Sesame Street video clip on YouTube, teaches children how to tie their shoes. As the man sings the song, he is demonstrating how to tie shoes. It’s a very interesting video that will grab the attention of young learners.
  • Geanice Gee says:
    In fact, this animated YouTube video teaches children the name of each of their fingers. By the end of the song, the students will know that they have five fingers and they will also know the name of each of their fingers.
  • Geanice Gee says:
    Here's a short YouTube video that is very interactive. It's not animated, but it will still keep the attention of young minds. For example, the singer chants the alphabet over and over again, but each time, he speeds up the pace. Another interesting feature of the video is that there's someone doing the alphabet in sign language, and as the singer says each letter it appears on screen.
  • Geanice Gee says:
    In this animated YouTube video, there are characters on a stage performing the song and then after they are finished their performance, the audience claps for them. Therefore, this is a great resource because it teaches children different body parts in an engaging way; it's like they're actually in the theater.
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