Black Shirts: Emerson Haderlie, Dawson Daniels, Everett Scovil, Lincoln Scovil, Dempsey Naylor, Boden Naylor, Kynnadi Smith, Finnley Hunt, McKinnley Hunt, Maisyn Burmester, Dax McMichael, Alix Wendt, William Wendt
Everybody Say Hello- We begin class this way every week. Watch us keep a steady beat!
Ni Hao - Watch us sing in tune in Chinese with this fun "Hello" song.
We Took A Trip to China- Imaginative play is such a fun part of learning.
Dr. Knickerbocker - Let's demonstrate gross motor skills with this catchy song.
Jack & The Box Dance - We enjoy listening to classical music and dramatizing sound with this smart moves dance. You might recognize this piece as "Pop Goes the Weasel" also known as Pop's Hoedown. Did you know Richard Hayman was an American musician and pops orchestra conductor who played the harmonica? Hayman was the principal arranger at the Boston Pops for over 30 years.
This Little Light -Can you hear two beautiful voices at the same time? That's harmony!
Yellow Shirts: Finn McDonald, Sadie LeFevre, Andi Hudock, Paislee-Mae Stocker, Presley-Rose Stocker, Emilia Hall, Eleanor Hall, Dax Broadhaead, Edna Fay, Josephine Flynn-Ekins, Braxton Bishop, Heidi Parks
Two Little Black Birds - We love nursery rhymes! This nursery rhyme helps us learn "in-front" vs. "behind"
Gong Xi - In class each week, we have a homework assignment. Admire our dragon puppets while you listen to this Chinese New Year's song. Can you march to the beat like we can?
Sarasponda- Each semester in sound beginnings we get to keep a rhythm instrument. Watch us keep a steady beat with our semester instrument, the finger cymbals.
Moon Festival Dance - We imagine a princess that lives up on the moon during this Smart Moves dance. Ren Guang was born in Zhjiang, China and studied music in Paris where he learned about composition. His piece, "Colorful Clouds Chasing the Moon" is a favorite during the Moon Festival in China.
Skinnamarink - Parent and child bonding is an essential element to Sound Beginnings classes. We love to use this song to tell the person that brought us to class that we love them.
Everybody Say Goodbye - We’ve had a great semester!