Para español, seleccione de la lista

School Age

Music & Dance

We Will Read Books

Stamp! Stamp! Clap!

  • Musical chant for summer library visits for 1st – 5th grade.
  • Adaptation of the song We Will Rock You by Queen.
  • Presented by Linda Goff.
  • Lake County Library System
  • Download the lyrics (PDF)




Synesthetic Art

Pictures in Your Head

  • Appropriate for elementary age.
  • Encourages drawing to a musical number.
  • Presented by Marisa Steuer.
  • Palm Harbor Library




Say It With Music

Lyrical Words

  • An easy-to-do activity for 4th – 6th.
  • Participants make sentences from titles of songs.
  • Presented by Chris Parker.
  • Palm Harbor Library



American Girl Dance Party

Let’s Dance!

  • A good program for upper elementary ages.
  • Use music appropriate to the American Girl book’s timeline.
  • Presented by Chris Parker.
  • Palm Harbor Library



Cotton-Eye Joe and the Cha Cha Slide 

Let’s Move

  • Dances are suitable for grades 3-8.
  • Video shows steps to the dances and explanations about each dance.
  • Presented by Patty Fuchs and Tanya Huff.
  • Indian River Library System



Music Trivia

Name That Tune!

  • Program can be adapted from tweens to adults.
  • The object is to create quizzes from music and music titles.
  • Presented by Kiki Durney.
  • Palm Harbor Library




Rock On

Rock On With NEFLIN

  • Programs are suitable for PreK-5th.
  • Activities include a black light program, making musical instruments from household objects, a 50’s sock hop for PreK and booktalks.
  • Presented by the Northeast Florida Library Information Network Youth Interest Group.

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.