Babies are sponges for learning. From birth to age 5, help your child unlock their potential for learning and reading.
Last Updated: Jan 15, 2014
When you sing, you slow down your speech. This helps your child hear the smaller sounds in words, learn syllables and develop vocabulary. Singing also helps develop listening and memory skills.
Singing together is a fun bonding experience - whether you're a good singer or not.
Use the books mentioned here to sing familiar rhymes or songs with your child. Reserve all of them all.
Down by the Station
In this version of a familiar song, baby animals ride to the children's zoo on the zoo train. Printed music on last page.
Five Little Ducks
When her five little ducks disappear one by one, Mother Duck sets out to find them.
I Love My White Shoes
Pete the Cat gets into colorful adventures while out walking in his new white shoes.
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
A predictable story in which brave bear hunters go through grass, a river, mud, and other obstacles before the inevitable encounter with the bear forces a headlong retreat.
StoryBlocks shares fun and easy songs and rhymes you can sing with your baby or toddler.
Reading is Fundamental performs various songs and fingerplays that even the most tone-deaf of parents can sing with their kids.