Rock ‘N’ Roll Songs for Stronger Speech (2004) Rachel Arntson, CCC,SLP & Chez Raginiak
These fabulous 50’s, 60’s & 70’s songs are back with kid-friendly lyrics and formats to enhance children’s speech, imitation and social skills regardless of their verbal ability or age.
These clever remakes cover:
• simple consonant-vowel imitation
• articulation practice
• answering WH questions
• learning the sequence and vocabulary of daily routines
• phonemic awareness for reading readiness
• environmental sound recognition
• grammar structures
• social stories
Parents, educators, speech-language pathologists, daycare providers, and early childhood educators will love to use these familiar tunes and rock ‘n’ roll right along!
• Ball, Ball, Ball based on Rock Around the Clock Tonight
• Singing a Song based on Land of a Thousand Dances
• I Hear based on Bad Moon Rising
• Ha Ha Hiding based on Don’t You Just Know It
• Sing and Eat to the Alphabeat based on Rockin’ Robin
• Help Me Mama based on Help Me Rhonda
• What’s That? based on Skip to My Lou
• Where Did My Shoes Go? based on Why Do Fools Fall in Love?
• Snowman based on Soul Man
• Stop at the Door based on Stop in the Name of Love
• plus 2 instrumentals