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Baby SOH was over for tea, last night, which was a treat. She is much bigger than a baby these days, but still the baby of our family! We exchanged the stories of the day, and after the meal was … Continue reading

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Speaking Voices and Singing Voices

Children’s Voices Our voice is a very important part of our identity.   We communicate emotion and meaning with our voices, and it’s one of the ways we connect with others.  The amazing thing is that all voices sound different!! The … Continue reading

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The Swan from Saint Saens

Baby SOH just loves to move to music. We visited her home on Father’s Day, and she was bopping along to some great music. Baby SOH loves classical music too. She has loved Dance of the Toy Flutes, by Tchaikovsky, … Continue reading

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Bye lo Baby O

I love this song, and we sang it at playgroup today. It is beautiful in its simplicity, and so versatile with young children. They love to hear their name in any song. This one is a lullabye, however can be … Continue reading

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I’ve got a Teddybear

We followed up Rickety rickety rocking horse, with this great song by Julie Wylie from New Zealand. Children start by dancing with their teddybear on their head, and then teddy does a great little jump! Teddies go on each shoulder, … Continue reading

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Rickety Rocking Horse

Baby SOH and I have really enjoyed playgroup, and I have often led the music for the group. It’s one of my most enjoyable music experiences. This week I took my big bag of teddybears.  Teddies are great fun at … Continue reading

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Fun with Rhyming Words

Baby SOH – such a grown up baby of 4 years now!! The other day I heard Baby SOH playing with words – she repeated two of them over and over, and then said “They sound the same”.  I explained … Continue reading

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