Props: We use non-musical instruments to help bring certain activities to life. These objects help to develop children's motor skills and imagination.
Group activities: activities which should be done as a group, or in which the subject of interest relates to group activities such as dancing, sports, or games.
Autumn: activities which describe the season or refer to events in nature which occur during this time of year.
Welcome/Goodbye: activities specifically designed to begin or end the class.
Brain Gym: activities which incorporate movements from PACE (Positive, Actif, Clear and Energetic). These exercises stimulate the senses and prepare the body and brain for consolidation of new learning.
Summer: activities which take place during, or refer to this time of year.
Holidays: activities which address special events we celebrate at specific times of the year.
Winter: activities which take place during, or refer to this time of year.
Instruments: musical instruments are necessary for successful completion of these activities. Specific instructions are provided for each activity.
Nature: activities which relate to animals, plants, or the natural environment which surrounds us. Or the main character in the song may be an animal.
Means de transportation: activities which demonstrate a mode of transportation for goods or people : trucks, airplanes, boats, etc.
Parts of the Body: activities which focus on particular parts of the body such as the head, arms, legs, etc.
Characters: activities which feature imaginary characters or those borrowed from daily life.
Spring: activities which take place during, or refer to this time of year.