Use a familiar tune to create songs your child enjoys
What You Need:
What To Do:
- Pick a subject or topic that you would like to sing about. For example, how to pick up toys.
- Choose a familiar tune that you and your child know. For example, “Baby Shark”.
- Make up words and sing it with the familiar tune. If it doesn’t fit, change the words
or find another tune. For example:
“Clean up time dodododododo, Clean up time dodododododo”….. “Pick up trucks
dodododododo….”, “Next it’s books dodododododo…”
- Keep singing the songs that work well and your child enjoys, and continue to make up new ones. Remember, you can make up a piggyback song about anything.
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