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Early Literacy

I Got the Rhythm

Can You Call? I’ll Respond!

  • Call-and-response activity appropriate for PreK – 2nd grade. 
  • Focuses on pre-literacy phonological awareness.
  • Prepared by Miss Cherie.
  • Jacksonville Public Library

 

Down on Grandpa’s Farm With a Skunk

Don't Mask This Song!

  • A fun song for PreK – 5th.
  • For something different, have children act out the lyrics.
  • Presented by Linda Goff.
  • Lake County Library System
  • Download the song lyrics (PDF)

 

 

 

Skinamarinky Dink

A Song Suitable for Hugging

  • Good tune for babies, toddlers and their parents.
  • Musical actions can be adapted.
  • Presented by Linda Goff and Josephine Dix.
  • Lake County Library System
  • Download the song lyrics (PDF)

 

 

Bananas Unite

This Song is Pretty “A-peeling!”

  • Great chant for groups from PreK – 3rd grade.
  • Have children lead actions in front of group.
  • Presented by Josephine Dix.
  • Lake County Library System
  • Download the song lyrics (PDF).

 

 

 

Color Song

Something Colorful to Do!

  • A multilingual color song appropriate for ages three – six.
  • Sung to the tune of “Frere Jacques.”
  • Presented by Miss Viviana.
  • Orange County Library System

 

Days of the Week

Do You Know What Day It Is?

  • A fun musical tune for ages PreK – 2nd grade.
  • Adaptation of the The Addams Family theme song.
  • Presented by Linda Goff and Josephine Dix.
  • Lake County Library System
  • Download the lyrics (PDF).

 

 

Critter Serenade

What About the Screaming Goat?

  • Suitable for ages PreK to early elementary.
  • Incorporates reading and activities to learn about animals.
  • Presented by Chris Parker.
  • Palm Harbor Library

 

 

 

 

Paper Bag Band

It’s in the Bag!

  • A creative activity appropriate for PreK – 3rd.
  • The objective is to make music with non-musical items.
  • Presented by Chris Parker.
  • Palm Harbor Library

imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.