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cant wait to use...better swish, jellyfish! sweet parakeet, blow a kiss, jellyfish, and tood-a-loo caribou!


The Little Mermaid- 2nd favorite Disney movie (I love when Ariel says good bye to Triton, it's so soft and gentle... makes me cry every time!). Her voice is lovely... perhaps my all-time favorite Disney princess's voice.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Transition Songs

You will find 4 transitional songs to use in your early childhood classroom. Some of these are songs that I have made up and others have been taught to me by other teachers over the years. I find that singing helps transitions through out the day.You can print these cute song pages so that you always have them handy during transitions! 1 Line up song1 Stairs song1 Follow me song1 Good bye song

This song and message relates to not just physical death but that of dementia as well. Dementia may strike long before death so do not wait to open or let go of past issues. -- Mike The Mechanics - The living Years - YouTube

from From up North

Stunning illustrations for your inspiration

I think this draws attention because of the intensity of the hand. The amount of words written on it entice you to read them all. I think it's clever how the words on the fingers are rings. And this song is obviously the shit


Don McLean - American Pie better quality ~ one of the greatest songs ever written in my opinion. I do love a good 'magnum opus', and this certainly falls into that category.