Come On and Sing With Me
By Eric Litwin and Michael Levine

Lyrics:

 

I love my guitar. 

I love to play the strings. 

I love my guitar. 

Come on and sing with me. 

La la la... 


I love my banjo. 

I love to play the strings. 

I love my banjo. 

Come on and sing with me. 

La la la... 

I love my piano. 

I love to play the keys. 

I love my piano. 

Come on and sing with me. 

La la la... 

I love to play the drums. 

I love to keep a beat. 

I love to play the drums. 

Come on and sing with me. 

La la la.

 

 

Activities:   
 

Sing To Your Child (bonding and rhythm & pitch development -- babies): Sing happily to your child while making eye contact. Tap the beat on your child’s body. For pre-verbal babies, having them listen to you sing while physically interacting helps develop brain connections. The more you smile, touch & interact with your child, the more they will learn. 

Air Instruments (learning instrument names, imagination – toddlers & ages 3-4): Play the CD and act out playing each instrument for the verses; then pat your lap or clap to the beat during the choruses (la la’s). 

Make Stuff Up (creativity & imagination – toddlers & ages 3-4): Choose animals instead of instruments. For example, “I love my dog, I love to hear him bark, I love my dog, Come on and sing with me. Ruff ruff ruff...” 

Another idea - Say all things you love about your child - “I love my (your child’s name), I love to hear him/her (whatever they love), I love my (your child’s name), Come on and sing with me. La la la...” 

Another idea - I love to clap my hands, I like the way it sounds, I like to clap my hands, Come on and sing with me. La la la...” 


Show & Tell (learning what instruments look like – toddlers & ages 3-4): Find photos or drawings of each instrument (online or in books) & point to them for each verse as you sing.

Coloring Page & Sheet Music

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