Lesson Length : 10 minutes
Visit any summer camp program and you will undoubtedly find yourself singing at least a few repeat-after-me songs. Repeat-after-me songs done well can engage preschoolers all the way up to adults and can be especially helpful to use when. facilitating inclusive play experiences.
Pause and Reflect:
Pause & Reflect
Let’s break it down
Repeat-after-me songs create a safe environment for all to participate and are especially great when working with kids with a variety of communication styles, physical abilities, interests, attention spans, and so much more.
Repeat-after-me songs are
Common Repeat-After-Me Songs:
You can find lyrics and video demonstrations of people singing all of these songs with a simple google search and a little time on youtube.