Singing songs and encouraging young children to join in and learn all sorts of facts as they have fun is a simple and effective teaching technique. Remembering simple facts is easier if you sing them in a catchy, fun song and children enjoy singing and dancing as they learn all about; shapes, colours, numbers and even tidying up their toys is enjoyable if they sing a song as they do it! Co-ordination and dexterity are actively encouraged and strenuous movements help keep your child healthy and supple.
The simplechildren’s song “Going to Build a House” teaches shapes, encourages fine-motor-skills and has a catchy tune that lots of children love to join in with. The parent sings the first line, “Going to Build a House” and the child echoes that, that process is repeated once more before the third line, which the parent sings first “With a Chimney Tall” child echoes, “Going to build a roof” echo, “And a garden Wall” echo. Then together they sing, “With a big front door to open wide, two small windows to look inside, going to build a house, going to build a house, going to build a house” Hands and fingers are used to show the shape of the house, door and windows as the song is sung.
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