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Our talented Educators have designed a range of music lessons where you and your child can sign and play along at home. Exposing young children to music has so many benefits, including strengthening their memory skills whilst allowing them to practice self expression.

Sing Along with Sarah

Sing Along with Sarah

Enjoy a selection of songs with our musical Educator Sarah.

The below resource link contains the lyrics to all the songs which you can use with the Sing-along with Sarah video. We have also included the chords (in green above the lyrics) if you play a musical instrument and would like to have your own sing-along session.

 

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Sing Along with Sarah Part 2

Sing Along with Sarah Part 2

Enjoy another selection of songs with our musical Educator Sarah.

The following resource contains the lyrics to all the songs which you can use with the Sing-along with Sarah video. We have also included the chords if you play a musical instrument and would like to have your own sing-along session.

 

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ABC Sign Language with Miss Ash

ABC Sign Language with Miss Ash

Sing along and learn ABC sign language with Miss Ash!

Teaching children sign language in their early years is an excellent way to develop both language skills and motor skills. By adding music to these lessons children are often more engaged which aids in building memory and recall.

Download the resource to help you follow along and learn each letter of the alphabet in sign language.

 

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Song Time with Montague Road

Song Time with Montague Rd

Enjoy a selection of songs with our Educators from Montague Road. Music ignites all areas of a child's development and skills for school readiness, including intellectual, social-emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy. Music helps the body and the mind work together.

The following resource sheet contains the lyrics to all the songs which you can use to sing along with the video!

 

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