Songs About Me, My Family & Friends

Interactive Preschool Family Theme Songs

A young child’s family life is the most influential factor in determining their overall wellbeing. Preschool family activities can and should be addressed in preschool. We use preschool family theme songs to give children an opportunity to dialogue about the people in their family, celebrate their family experience and to realize that family, the people that we live with, is something that we all share in common even though not all families look the same. 

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Self Awareness and Learning About Family

This music and movement curriculum module contains preschool family theme songs and encourages self-awareness and enhances learning about familyAt the beginning of a child’s preschool experience these songs and activities help ease separation anxiety and during the year they help youngsters cope with the birth of siblingsThe songs, stories and activities in Module #11 promote family activities, help develop language and self-esteem, and help preschoolers recognize that everyone is different but special in their own way.

Friends and Healthy Relationships at School

In early childhood, children are developing their identities and a big part of that is the relationships that they develop and the relationship skills that they gain in the process. We put an emphasis on friendships and relationships out side of the home as well as in the home.

Me!

The most important relationship that children have is with themselves. We address this subject and provide encouragement for children to value themselves as people.

  • Aspects of development

    addressed in this module:

    • Self Regulation
    • Attention Maintenance
    • Physical Development
    • Purposeful Movement
    • Interactions Among Children
    • Shared Use of Space and Materials
    • Relationships and Social Interactions with Adults and Peers
    • Cooperation with Adults and Peers
    • Spacial Relationships
    • Language and Literacy Development
    • Social Emotional Development
    •  English Language Development
    • Staff-Child Interactions
    • Gross Motor Manipulative Skills
    • Gross Locomotor Movement Skills
    • Fine Motor Manipulative Skills
    • Performing Arts: Music, Drama/Dance