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Singing Activities
  • Visit The West Bloomfield Township Public Library to find books based on songs (e.g., There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, Itsy Bitsy Spider or Old McDonald). Sing read these books and notice if the books are the same as the classic songs.
  • Download music from the hoopla app to your device and have a dance party. Dancing builds coordination, agility, flexibility as well as boosts confidence and problem-solving skills. It can also help children learn how to move their bodies to different types of music, which encourages music appreciation.
  • Sing a song with a tempo that you can speed up or slow down such as Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes. Start off at a slower pace, then a little faster and the fastest you can sing at the end. It’s a great way to use coordination skills, but also keep a beat and tempo as you sing at a faster pace.