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What do you want to learn about ocean

What do you want to learn about ocean

This lesson designed to teach children the basic knowledge of Ocean. In this lesson, you will learn a way to learn what your children are interested in and wish to learn. It helps you to prepare for your lesson and to get your children’s...
Vowels part2

Vowels part2

This lesson is designed to demonstrate a fun way to teach children about...
Vowels part 1

Vowels part 1

This lesson is designed to demonstrate a fun way to teach children about...
Syllables

Syllables

This lesson demonstrates ways to teach young children about syllables. They can be easy and...
Attention Song

Attention Song

Young children love songs! This lesson teaches how to use different songs to get your children’s attention during...
Blocks

Blocks

This is an activity in which children could learn the concept of size through vision and...
Group Discussion

Group Discussion

This lesson is designed to help children to get involved in group discussions with their peers and to learn the importance of working...
What is an Earthquake?

What is an Earthquake?

What causes an earthquake and how does it affect buildings and people? Learn how the movement of the earth’s plates creates this natural...
Phonological Awareness Techniques

Phonological Awareness Techniques

Early Literacy Quick Clip: Phonological awareness is a long name for a simple idea: an awareness of the sounds of language. Watch examples of educators playing with language in different...
Counting Word Sounds

Counting Word Sounds

Angela Rusk | Colvin Elementary | Wichita, Kansas To help students break down the sounds that make up simple words, the teacher uses objects, or counters, as a visual aid. After stretching the word out and counting the sounds, the students then put the word back...
Word Families: -ag and -am

Word Families: -ag and -am

Debra Dennill | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas Word families are made up of words that end in the same sound. In this video, the teacher reviews one way she teaches the -ag and -am word...
Same and Different Ending Sounds

Same and Different Ending Sounds

DeLynne Osborne | Wichita Public Schools | Wichita, Kansas The teacher begins by using sets of picture cards and having students sound out the words using their fingers. After they have practiced several pairs of words with the same ending sound (bee and tree, bug and...
Adding

Adding

A simple addition lesson, where students can count objects and add...
Separating Syllable Sounds

Separating Syllable Sounds

Arta Quam | Wichita Public Schools | Wichita, Kansas There are many ways for students to practice breaking words down into syllables. In this video, the teacher and students focus on the sound made by only one syllable of a...
Doing the Syllable Hop

Doing the Syllable Hop

Noel Lucero | Kensler Elementary | Wichita, Kansas Students practice breaking words down into parts by hopping the number of syllables. When the teacher gives them a word like elephant, they hop three times because the word has three syllables. Using motion helps keep...
Comparing Beginning Sounds Using Hand Signals

Comparing Beginning Sounds Using Hand Signals

Arta Quam | Wichita Public Schools | Wichita, Kansas During this activity, the teacher asks students to compare the beginning sounds of two words. If the two words start with the same sound, students hand signal with a thumbs up. If the two words don’t start...
Teaching Ending Sounds Through Movement

Teaching Ending Sounds Through Movement

Arta Quam | Wichita Public Schools | Wichita, Kansas Through the use of movement, the ending sounds of words are emphasized, making the ending sounds easier to remember. In this exercise, the teacher says a word and emphasizes the ending sound with her voice and by...
Activity and Worksheet for Learning Letters

Activity and Worksheet for Learning Letters

Amanda Leger | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas The teacher and students use a worksheet to learn about a new letter. In this video, the class learns about the letter “x” together, sounding it out, making its shape, and choosing pictures that...
Blending Syllables to Make a Word

Blending Syllables to Make a Word

Arta Quam | Wichita Public Schools | Wichita, Kansas In this activity, the teacher and students practice putting syllables together to make a word. The teacher says two syllables of a word one at a time, and uses her fists to represent each syllable. The students...
Asking Students to Make Rhyming Words

Asking Students to Make Rhyming Words

In this lesson, the teacher says a word and asks students to come up with five words that rhyme with it. She gives the students “think time” — she says a word, then lets the students think about their answers for a few seconds, and then asks for...
The Solar System Song

The Solar System Song

This song teaches young students about the sun and planets in our solar system. Each planet is named, and several of its distinctive features are described. Written and performed by A.J. Jenkins. Video by KidsTV123. For MP3s, worksheets and much more:...
Using Pictures to Teach Compound Words

Using Pictures to Teach Compound Words

Noel Lucero | Kensler Elementary | Wichita, Kansas Here is a simple way to use visuals to teach about compound words. The teacher uses a picture of a compound word, cuts it in half, and writes the two parts of the compound word on the two halves. She has the students...
Rhymes: Cheese Please

Rhymes: Cheese Please

Have fun learning about rhymes with Poochie, Stinkitty cat and Tails the mouse as they discover words that rhyme with cheese in Poochie’s pizza...
Teaching a Letter and its Sounds

Teaching a Letter and its Sounds

Amanda Leger | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas This video shows one way to teach letters and sounds, using “x” — a letter that breaks the rules! The students learn that it usually makes the /ks/ sound, but it can also sound like /z/ in...
Compound Words Game with Hand Signals

Compound Words Game with Hand Signals

Cindy Johnson | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas This game helps students learn that compound words are made of two separate words. The teacher says a compound word and uses her hands to indicate the two words it is made from. Then she takes away one word...
Rhyming Game with Singing and Movement

Rhyming Game with Singing and Movement

Cindy Johnson | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas This active game called “Rhyme for a Dime” makes practicing rhyming words fun for young students. The whole class sings a song with clapping and motions, then the teacher says a word and asks a...
Sounds of a Letter with Everyday Objects

Sounds of a Letter with Everyday Objects

Dana Barrientos | Harry Street Elementary | Wichita, Kansas The teacher focuses on one letter and the sounds that letter makes. Then, the teacher has the students identify and name some everyday objects. The students must then figure out which items begin with the...
Using Movement to Count Syllables

Using Movement to Count Syllables

Cindy Johnson | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas The teacher and students clap, pat, and stomp to help them count the number of syllables in a word. Breaking words into syllables will help students when they are learning to spell later...
Using a Guessing Game to Teach Verbs

Using a Guessing Game to Teach Verbs

Heidi Jo Gallagher | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas In this lesson, students play charades to practice acting out verbs. Students draw a picture card and perform the action for the rest of the class. As part of the game, the students also use the verb in...
Breaking Words into Sounds to Teach Rhyming

Breaking Words into Sounds to Teach Rhyming

Amanda Leger | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas In this lesson, the teacher and students learn to create rhymes by breaking up a word into sounds. After sounding out the word, the teacher asks the students to change the beginning sound in order to create a...
Using Parts of the Body to Teach Rhyming

Using Parts of the Body to Teach Rhyming

Noel Lucero | Early Childhood Educator | Wichita, Kansas A lesson that uses a game to teach rhyming words. The teacher points to a place on their body and instead of the correct word, uses a silly or nonsense word that rhymes. Students then replace the nonsense word...
An Activity for Counting Sounds in Words

An Activity for Counting Sounds in Words

Angela Rusk | Colvin Elementary | Wichita, Kansas In this lesson, students learn to break down a word into its component sounds. The teacher shows the students an object, has them say the word, then stretch the word out into its parts while counting out each section...
Addition: “Counting On” Strategy

Addition: “Counting On” Strategy

Janet Houk | Minneha Elementary | Wichita, Kansas An addition lesson where the teacher uses dot cards to teach the children how to “count on” from any given number. The teacher counts each dot on the cards individually with the student so they can see how...
Building Shapes with Paper and Sticks

Building Shapes with Paper and Sticks

Noel Lucero | Kensler Elementary | Wichita, Kansas After the teacher has introduced basic shapes to her students, she has them build each shape out of construction paper or sticks. Read Transcript Hi, today I’m going to talk about one way that I teach shapes to...
Teaching Adjectives Using Wrapped Objects

Teaching Adjectives Using Wrapped Objects

Heidi Jo Gallagher | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas In this activity, students unwrap packages and use adjectives to describe the contents. The teacher encourages students to look closely at the object and use multiple, descriptive adjectives. Then, the...
Story Structure: Beginning, Middle and End

Story Structure: Beginning, Middle and End

Heidi Jo Gallagher | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas In this small group lesson, Heidi uses picture cards to show story structure. First she tells a story and points to the beginning, middle and end. Then students make up their own story and identify the...
Sounds in Words: Using Arm as a Visual

Sounds in Words: Using Arm as a Visual

Dana Barrientos | Harry Street Elementary | Wichita, Kansas In this activity, the teachers uses her arm as a visual aid to demonstrate the three sounds in a simple word. She taps her shoulder as she says the beginning sound, her elbow for the middle sound, and her...
A Song for Teaching Three-Letter Words

A Song for Teaching Three-Letter Words

Cindy Johnson | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas This song helps students learn simple, three-letter words. The teacher and students practice making the beginning, middle, and ending sounds of a word as well as the letters associated with those sounds, then...
Beginning Sounds Matching Game

Beginning Sounds Matching Game

Peggy Drew | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas In this game, the students learn about beginning sounds by matching picture cards with a card that represents the beginning sound and letter of the word that is pictured. The teacher begins by demonstrating how...
Making Words from Sounds Game

Making Words from Sounds Game

Dana Barrientos | Harry Street Elementary | Wichita, Kansas In this activity, the teacher gives the beginning sound and the ending sound of a simple word, and the students say the complete word. Then the teacher switches the order, saying the ending sound first and...
Letters of the Alphabet Song

Letters of the Alphabet Song

Dana Barrientos | Harry Street Elementary | Wichita, Kansas The teacher and students sing the “ABC Song” together as the teacher points at the letters. This fun activity helps young children learn to recognize the letters of the alphabet, say the letter...
Using Books and Objects to Teach Fiction and Nonfiction

Using Books and Objects to Teach Fiction and Nonfiction

Amanda Leger | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas The teacher and students use a chart to categorize things as fiction or nonfiction. The teacher explains the difference between fiction (fantasy) and nonfiction (factual) books. Then students find books and...
Using a Song to Teach About What and Why Questions

Using a Song to Teach About What and Why Questions

Heidi Jo Gallagher | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas In this activity, the teacher uses the song “The Bear Went Over the Mountain.” When the song asks “What did he bring?” the teacher uses pictures to help the students answer what...
Children Just Like Me

Children Just Like Me

Meet the stars of Children Just Like Me, a comprehensive book view of international cultures, exploring diverse backgrounds from Argentina to New Zealand to China to Israel. A favorite in classrooms, libraries, and homes this brand new edition of Children Just Like Me...
Sight Words Song

Sight Words Song

This sight word song was specifically written to help children memorize the spellings of some of the most commonly used high-frequency...
The Digestive System

The Digestive System

The breaking down of food inside our body is known as digestion. There are several organs in the body that help in this process. This video takes children through the system that helps turn food into energy for our...
Musical Instrument Sounds For Kids

Musical Instrument Sounds For Kids

This video for children and toddlers teaches about different musical instrument sounds. The children see an image of each instrument and hear an example of the sound it makes. Instruments: Tuba, French Horn, Electric Guitar, Accordion, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Bell,...
Parts of the Body

Parts of the Body

This interactive video helps young students learn the words for parts of their bodies. It includes fun physical movement as the children follow the motions of the character in the...
Community Helpers for Kids

Community Helpers for Kids

Learn about community helpers for kids and community jobs for Preschool & Kindergarten! Teach kids about jobs in English and community helpers in English to give your child or student a broader perspective about the community and world around them. Read Transcript...
The Lines Song ♫♪♫

The Lines Song ♫♪♫

Line is one of the most important elements of art. Teach and learn about lines with this catchy and original song and video! Primary Teaching Points: horizontal lines, vertical lines, diagonal lines Secondary Teaching Points: geometric lines, organic lines, gestural...
Jump Out Words: A Song about Sight Words

Jump Out Words: A Song about Sight Words

Jump Out Words are sight words that show up in reading material with high frequency. Words like “and”, “but”, “me”, “you”, and more. This song on sight words lets children dance and sing along as they learn, memorize and...
Learn the Continents

Learn the Continents

Today we are going to learn all of the continents of planet earth! Watch as preschool teacher shows us the name of each continent and teaches us some fun facts about each one! There are 7 continents: Asia Africa Europe North America South America Antarctica Australia...
Word Families Song

Word Families Song

Children can have fun, sing, dance, roar and learn about rhyming words and word families with Rhymin’ Lion. Word families (also known as phonograms or “chunks”) are groups of words that have a common feature or pattern. They have some of the same...
Seasons Song Video

Seasons Song Video

The Seasons Song is a Science song that teaches the seasons of the year. The Seasons Song teaches the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Download the Science Songs on iTunes – CLICK HERE: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/science-songs/id423354230 Order the...
Learn Sight Words

Learn Sight Words

Learn 25 Sight Words with this fun and energetic video. Great for early reading development. Words include: number, no, way, could, people, my, than, first, water, been, called, who, am, it’s, now, find, long, down, day, did, get, come, made, may,...
Song: Old MacDonald Had Some Vowels | AEIOU

Song: Old MacDonald Had Some Vowels | AEIOU

Children learn about and practice long and short vowel sounds while singing along to the tune of Old MacDonald. ******** “OLD MCDONALD HAD SOME VOWELS SONG LYRICS” Old McDonald had some vowels A-E-I-O-U And on his farm he had an A, AEIOU With an AA here,...
Yes, I Can! Animal Song For Children

Yes, I Can! Animal Song For Children

“Yes, I Can!” is a super simple animal song that introduces a bunch of fun animals, action verbs, and the phrases, “Can you___?” and “Yes, I can. / No I can’t.” Music and Lyrics: Copyright 2011 Super Simple Learning® Video:...
The World’s Family (An Embracing Culture Story)

The World’s Family (An Embracing Culture Story)

‘The World’s Family’ introduces children to various cultures, religion and basic geography concepts. Written by Miranda Paul, Illustrated by Fanny Wen, Narrated by Leisha Daniel, Produced by Artful4.com Read Transcript “The World’s Family,” an embracing culture...
The Weather Song | “Sun, Rain, Wind, and Snow”

The Weather Song | “Sun, Rain, Wind, and Snow”

“Sun, Rain, Wind, and Snow” is a fun folk song for children that explains different types of weather. In each verse, the characters explore all the fun things you can do when it’s sunny, rainy, windy, or snowy. This is a great introduction for...
Practicing Simple Rhythm: The Sweet Beets Song

Practicing Simple Rhythm: The Sweet Beets Song

This fun song about Beet and Cherry gives children a chance to practice simple rhythms by tapping and clapping along to the words and music . Read Transcript You made it! Great! I’m here having lunch with my friend beet, and my other friend cherry. Beet and cherry and...
Let’s Go To The Zoo

Let’s Go To The Zoo

Dance like the animals do with this active kids song “Let’s Go To The Zoo” from the CD and DVD “Super Simple Songs – Animals.” Stomp like elephants, jump like kangaroos, swing like monkeys, waddle like penguins, slither like snakes,...
Seven Continents Song for Children

Seven Continents Song for Children

This fun and educational song for kids uses puppets and colorful animation to teach the seven continents of our world. Read Transcript “Earth is big. Earth is round. With seven large continents floating around. The land we live in, the land we all share. Seven large...
The Rules of the Classroom Song

The Rules of the Classroom Song

A song for kids about the 6 rules of the classroom: 1. Raise your hand and wait to speak. 2. Walk in school. 3. Be nice. 4. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. 5. Clean up. 6. Look at the speaker. Read Transcript Hey boys and girls, do you remember the six rules of...
Where Are You From? | Learn Countries of the World

Where Are You From? | Learn Countries of the World

Where Are You From? is a simple song for kids to learn countries. This video includes Canada, Korea, Italy, China, America, Australia, Japan, India, Spain, Germany, Mexico, Philippines, Brazil, Sweden, New Zealand, Thailand, Peru, Greece, Turkey, Jamaica, Poland and...
If You Wanna Get the Teacher’s Attention

If You Wanna Get the Teacher’s Attention

This video features a song that reviews good classroom behavior. To get the teacher’s attention, participate in positive conduct and productive activities. Read Transript If you want the teacher’s attention, let them catch you being good. If you want to get the...
Clap Your Hands Action Song

Clap Your Hands Action Song

“Clap Your Hands” is a fun action song that helps children learn to follow directions. It also teaches them the parts of the body. CONTACT: littlestorybug@gmail.com Read Transcript Hi. This is Miss. Tracey, and we are going to do an action song called:...
My Body

My Body

http://ABCmouse.com/LearnMore “My Body” (See below for lyrics) The original children’s song “My Body” helps children learn basic body parts and motor skills, set to the tune of the classic “My Bonnie.” This song helps teach...
Let’s Learn About the Four Seasons

Let’s Learn About the Four Seasons

There are four seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Learn about what causes the different seasons, and what’s special about each one. Seasons Guide: Louise McCartney Director: Michael Harrison Written and Produced by Kimberly Hatch Harrison Artwork by...
Preschool Learn to Dance: Can You Plant a Bean

Preschool Learn to Dance: Can You Plant a Bean

Dance ‘n Beats is a research-based movement program with step by step training videos and dance choreography for early childhood educators and dance instructors to use with young children. Can You Plant a Bean Dance is from the Dancing Down on the Farm DVD. The...
Walking In The Jungle

Walking In The Jungle

Let’s take a walk in the jungle! “Walking In The Jungle” teaches jungle animals and actions (walking, stomping, jumping, skipping) with some creative play. Music & Lyrics: Copyright 2011 Super Simple Learning® Video: Copyright 2013 Super Simple...
Understand the Basic School Rules

Understand the Basic School Rules

Understand the Basic School Rules with this WonderGrove Kids animation with sign language by Signing Savvy. WonderGrove Kids animations are for Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st Grade and 2nd Grade and offers classroom lesson plans aligned to the Common Core Standards. The...
Farm Animals for Children

Farm Animals for Children

“Farm animals for children” is designed to introduce toddlers and young children to farm animals, and help slightly older kids and non-native English speakers (ESL) learn how to spell them. The video features old-time/bluegrass music, live video footage,...
Colors Song

Colors Song

Children will learn to recognize colors with this play along activity song that makes learning fun. Our song about colors enhances word recognition, vocabulary, comprehension, memory and recall. Colors From the CD, Preschool Learning Fun By The Learning Station...
Sight Words Song

Sight Words Song

Learn 25 Sight Words with this video from ELF Learning! Great for early reading development. Words include: will, up, other, about, out, any, then, them, these, so, some, her, would, like, make, him, into, time, has, look, two, more, write, go,...
Sight Words for Kindergarten

Sight Words for Kindergarten

Learn 25 Sight Words for Kindergarten with this video. It is perfect for the kindergarten and preschool classroom. Words include: or, one, had, by, words, but, not, what, all, were, we, when, your, can, said, there, use, an, each, which, she, do, how, their,...
Sing and Trace ABC Video

Sing and Trace ABC Video

This alphabet song leads children through the sounds and shapes of letters in preparation for writing. Based on Montessori method, presenting the sounds and motions needed to write the most-used letters–lower case. If students don’t have printed cards,...
25 Sight Words for Kindergarten

25 Sight Words for Kindergarten

This video helps kindergarten students learn and practice 25 sight words. Words include: the, of, and, a, to, in, is, you, that, it, he, was, for, on, are, as, with, his, they, I, at, be, this, have,...
Seasons Song

Seasons Song

Zach and Reggie love all four seasons. Spring! Summer! Autumn! Winter! A fun, upbeat, and original Pancake Manor song for kids. Music, Puppets, Voices, and Art by Billy Reid There are four seasons that happen in a year Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter Spring, Summer,...
How’s the Weather Song

How’s the Weather Song

How’s the Weather Song is a fun, simple song for preschool, kindergarten kids and the ESL / EFL classroom to learn the weather. ——————————————————–...
Sounding Out Words

Sounding Out Words

This video shows students how to sound out words by pronouncing each letter from left to right. It can be used to help students practice sounding out...
Three Primary Colors with Sesame Street and OK Go!

Three Primary Colors with Sesame Street and OK Go!

Sign along with Sesame Street and OK Go! and learn about the three primary colors: red, yellow, and blue. For more fun games and videos for your preschooler in a safe, child-friendly environment, visit us at http://www.sesamestreet.org Sesame Street is a production of...
Body Parts

Body Parts

Everybody has a body! This is the official music video for “Body Parts” from Spaghetti Eddie! http://www.thespaghettieddie.com LYRICS: Copyright Brendan Parker Music Everybody has a body Everybody has body parts, body parts You have 10 fingers You have 10...
The Parts of a Story Song

The Parts of a Story Song

This song helps children learn the typical structure of most stories by giving examples in a fun and easy call and response format. In addition to teaching the concepts of “beginning,” “middle,” and “end,” it teaches the vocabulary...
Dance and Move with the SHAKE BREAK SONG ♫

Dance and Move with the SHAKE BREAK SONG ♫

Reggie has been sitting for too long, so Zach suggests some exercise in the form of a “Shake Break.” An original song by Billy Reid for kids and toddlers. Enjoy this kids song / baby song from Pancake Manor! Song © Billy Reid Facebook :...
Hand Washing Songs: When Do I Wash My Hands?

Hand Washing Songs: When Do I Wash My Hands?

This is a fun “responsive singing” activity listing important times to wash your hands while enjoying a fun march around the room. These videos demonstrate how day care workers can use 8 fun songs and free classroom activities to encourage children and...
Hand Washing Songs: Here Comes a Sneeze

Hand Washing Songs: Here Comes a Sneeze

Kids love this song as they catch “pretend sneezes” in tissues or elbows. These videos demonstrate how day care workers can use 8 fun songs and free classroom activities to encourage children and workers to practice better hand washing habits. Free MP3...
Hand Washing Songs: Invisible Things

Hand Washing Songs: Invisible Things

Even when hands or toys look clean, they can be covered with invisible germs. These videos demonstrate how day care workers can use 8 fun songs and free classroom activities to encourage children and workers to practice better hand washing habits. Free MP3 files,...
The Reading Machine

The Reading Machine

Here is a phonics reading machine to help students practice sounding out words. You can turn the volume down and let your children make the sounds themselves, when they are ready. For MP3s, videos, worksheets and much more:...
The Color Wheel

The Color Wheel

A step-by-step look at how to create a color wheel and how it’s useful. Read Transcript Meet Joe. Joe wants to be an artist, but first Joe must learn about the color wheel. Let’s start with the wheel. How many pieces do you see? Correct, there are six pieces in...
We Are Family Song

We Are Family Song

We love our families. Let’s sing about it! This song was written from the heart to share our love to our families. It’s got a nice melody and also happens to be a pretty good learning song for EFL/ESL learners. Read Transcript Mommy and daddy. Sister and...
Community Helper Cups

Community Helper Cups

This fun activity for young children uses simple materials to help students learn about community helpers. Read Transcript Here’s a little game that we made, that I made for teaching some our community helpers. Here are a few that we learned together so far. And these...
Washy Washy Clean

Washy Washy Clean

Let’s learn Hand washing with this jingle! Lyrics: It’s fun to wash your hands And I know you understand So we washy washy clean, scrub scrub We start with washing palm to palm Between each finger let us rub Now the back of the hands, its such a simple...
Art House – Fish Segment

Art House – Fish Segment

Join teacher Emily as she shows the Art House gang how to draw a fish using basic shapes! Read Transcript Now that we’ve learned our basic shapes, let’s get out a new piece of paper and I’ll teach you how to draw this fish. First, we’re going to draw an oval for the...