Sing Along: Songs & Activities for Circle Time

Sing Along: Songs & Activities for Circle Time

Sing-along songs and musical activities to jazz up your morning meeting or circle time.

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Sing Along: Songs & Activities for Circle Time
  • Hello, My Friends (Sing Along)

    Practice repeating musical phrases and rhythms - a great way to start the day with listening skills! Singing along together and giving space for all our friends is a great way to start the day or to introduce social-emotional learning concepts. Hello!

  • Wash Your Hands

    Cough into your elbow,
    Wash your hands

    Please don't pick your nose, (Ewww!)
    Wash your hands

    I throw away a tissue (Ploop!)
    Wash your hands

    Time to eat my lunch now (Yummy!)
    Wash your hands

    After the potty (Flush!)
    I pull up my clothes
    And I wash my hands

    And dry them off. All clean!

  • Buenos Dias (Sing Along)

    At the beginning of every class we sing a hello song together. Singing in multiple languages develops language skills and social-emotional learning! Adding a twist gently awakens the internal organs.

  • Warm Up (Musical Education & Mind/Body Connection)

    Warm up your body and voice with Dan. Get ready to make some funny sounds!

    At the beginning of every Yo Re Mi class, we warm up our bodies and our voices so they're ready to move. We use musical dynamics, yoga, and mindful movement to explore developmental milestones and create a mind-body conne...

  • Hop A Lot, Stop (Sing Along)

    Energetic day at school or at home? Try our original song, Hop A Lot, Stop to shake some of your sillies out and regain focus!

  • Deep Breath In (Breathing Activity)

    Take some deep breaths with Rachel to warm up, energize and relax!

    At the beginning of every Yo Re Mi class, we warm up our bodies and voices. Crossing the meridian of our body builds the corpus callosum, the bridge between the two halves of our brain, and helps with tracking and reading skills ...

  • Sing Along with Dan

    Five classic and fun sing-along songs with movement, perfect for family fun or a quick brain break!

    The Itsy-Bitsy Spider
    Shoo Fly
    The Cinnamon Ship
    5 Little Apples
    Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

  • Chomp Chomp (Sing Along)

    Be an alligator! Kids can practice identifying right from left as well as lengthening their spine and side body in our song, Chomp Chomp! We end our song with a gentle Seated Forward Bend, relaxing the nervous system and winding down.

  • Up and Down (Kids Music and Rhythm)

    Young children can follow Lauren to integrate their visual, aural, and physical listening skills as well as developing their sense of proprioception. Upward Hands lengthens our intercostal muscles and the action of springing up tones our legs and abdominals!

  • Making A Pizza (Sing Along)

    What's better than pizza? A SONG about pizza!

    Practice rhythm, pattern and sequencing while giving our bodies a great stretch. Make a delicious pizza with Dan!

  • Move Them Bones (Body Scan)

    In our fun and original song, children learn about different bones in the body. Combining music and rhythm with repetition and education creates a powerful and engaging learning experience for young children.

  • Bought Me A Cat (Animal Yoga)

    Make fun animal yoga poses with Dan. Meow like a cat, bark like a dog and hiss like a snake!

    There are so many animal poses in yoga! Practice Cat and Cow Pose, Downward Facing Dog, Baby Cobra, Garland Pose, and more!

  • Avalanche (Chair Pose)

    The snow is falling down the mountain - make an avalanche with Lauren! Learn about avalanches while practicing musical dynamics and sustaining the challenging Chair Pose!

  • Slide Whistle (Listening Activity)

    Kids can practice their visual and auditory listening skills by taking the elevator slide whistle with Isaac! Creating a mind-body connection is essential to early education!

  • Tambourine Stretching (Seated Forward Fold)

    Kids can practice musically stretching with Dan! Adding music to a school curriculum can help children remember material and add a little bit of joy to their day!

  • Shaker (Sing Along)

    Kids can practice making rhythm and patterns with Isaac! We use music and movement to create a mind-body connection and learn musical concepts. Everybody shake it!

  • I Am a Rainbow (Sing Along)

    Affirmations create mindfulness and help us practice well-being. Say an affirmation that connects with each color of the rainbow. Celebrate the wide range of feelings we all have every day!

  • Say Hello

    We’re apart
    Thing are strange
    And I don’t know when it will change
    It makes me sad
    It makes me blue
    Sometimes the hardest part
    Is being far from you

    There is always a way to say hello
    Wherever you are, wherever I go
    There is always a way to say hello
    In my heart I hold you close

    A single word, ...

  • Mama's Sleeping (Sing Along)

    Kids can play with volume, rhythm and tempo in our dynamic song about dynamics! Folding music into education creates repetition and helps anchor themes and activities in children's minds.

  • Move Your Middle (Sing Along)

    Here's a fun warm up - let's make circles with our hips! This silly song is a great way to start a morning meeting or to energize at the end of a long day.

  • Scooter Scat (Single Leg Balancing)

    In our original Scooter Scat, kids practice maintaining their balance and using their imagination to take a ride. The abilities to balance and to recognize opposite feet are developmental milestones and we can build these strengths through engaging our core muscles and through practice.

  • See the Bunnies Sleeping & Hop a Lot, Stop! (Sing Along and Jumping)

    Move like bunnies, elephants and cheetahs - but get ready to stop!

    Start in Child's Pose with a classic sing along, See The Bunnies Sleeping. Then leap up and hop, practicing active listening, and energizing bodies! We introduce different animals to engage in different movement modalities and in...

  • Melting Mercury (Active Listening Game)

    In our original Mercury song, children play with creative movement and practice how to actively listen, forging that mind-body connection. This song is a great way to transition from one activity to the next as it reenergizes both students and teachers and activates our listening ears!

  • Peace Like A River (Sing Along)

    Join in as we sing an old classic, Peace Like a River, and add some fun and creative movements! Use your imagination! What kind of shape could we make to symbolize the ocean?