November 2008

It’s Holiday Time

November 30, 2008

The holiday season is officially here! I skipped the crowds at the mall on Black Friday and instead spent the morning dragging the decorations out of the basement and putting up the Christmas tree with the help of my wonderful husband. Now that my house is full of holiday cheer, I decided that it’s time […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 27, 2008

Before Thanksgiving Day officially begins in my house, I wanted to take a second to share a few of the things that I am thankful for this year. 1. My FamilyI am so lucky to have such a loving family on both my husband’s side and mine; they never stop supporting me in everything I […]

Thanksgiving Eve

November 26, 2008

It’s almost here! If you’re like me, you’re probably looking forward to a few days off so that you can relax, spend time with family, and enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday. I have one more song to share with you that I think really captures the spirit of Thanksgiving in a fun, cheerful, and kid-friendly way. […]

Ten Fat Turkeys

November 25, 2008

I know we’ve already counted turkeys this month, but I just had to tell you about this book that I’ve been reading (well, singing) with my students. You may already know it; it’s called Ten Fat Turkeys and it’s just as silly as the other book I recommended, I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed […]

If You’re Thankful and You Know It

November 24, 2008

Good morning! I’m back from my last round of travels, and I couldn’t be happier :) These last few weeks have been a whirlwind, and although I won’t be traveling this week, it will still be a busy one for me. Not only am I hard at work on session plans for December (which of […]

Ten Little Scarecrows

November 22, 2008

Surprise! Here I am, blogging away from Connecticut in the midst of wedding excitement. In just a few hours, Rob and Shannon will tie the knot, and I’m lucky enough to provide the soundtrack (well, the vocals, at least) to the ceremony. But I couldn’t forget about all my faithful readers, so I stopped in […]

Friday Fave: Songs for Teaching

November 21, 2008

I have some really exciting news that I’ve been bursting to share with you, and I thought there was no better time to do so than today, as my Friday Fave. A while back, I told you all about Songs for Teaching and my opportunity to make my songs available on their website. Now, just […]

The Turkey Dinner Dance

November 20, 2008

Good morning! The countdown is on: Thanksgiving is a week from today, which means I only have a few more days to share the rest of my turkey day songs with you. I’d have to say that today’s song, “The Turkey Dinner Dance”, is my favorite of the bunch, mostly because I love watching my […]

A New Look

November 19, 2008

When I started this blog, my attention was focused solely on sharing quality content with you. While this will always be my first priority, I decided that this place might as well look pretty, too. After all, I spend a lot of time here and the decorating just never was quite up to my standards. […]

I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed A Pie

November 19, 2008

This book is a MUST for your child or classroom, as I’ve discovered this month. It’s a new take on the classic, I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, complete with hilarious illustrations and a funny story that even the kids who are too cool for school will enjoy. You can find it […]

It’s a Cold Day!

November 18, 2008

Happy Tuesday to you all! You might recall that a few days ago, I shared with you the “Chilly Day” song since the temperature finally decided to head downwards. Well it didn’t stop there; now it’s just downright cold. In fact, we even had a few snowflakes yesterday. Luckily they have subsided (I’m not ready […]

Ten Days of Thanksgiving

November 17, 2008

I’m back from Florida and really excited to share today’s song with all of you. Since Thanksgiving is ten days away, I thought it was the perfect time to post “The Ten Days of Thanksgiving”. This is a huge hit with my students, though the staff at my school prides themselves on being able to […]

Friday Fave: Kristin Chenoweth

November 14, 2008

You may or may not have heard of this Broadway-turned-TV star, depending on if you’re a fan of Wicked or the television show Pushing Daisies (her most well-known endeavors). I actually became aware of her almost ten years ago, when she starred as Sally Brown in the Broadway production of You’re A Good Man, Charlie […]

More Color Songs

November 13, 2008

Recently, a staff member at my school shared with me the color songs that her son was learning in kindergarten. They were so cute and easy to sing that I just had to pass them along to you – they are perfect for preschool and primary grades, and the best part is that anyone can […]

Chilly Day

November 12, 2008

Hey there, everyone! I hope you are all doing well on this Wednesday – though it feels like another Monday to me after the Veteran’s Day holiday. It’s a short week, as I’ll be heading to Orlando on Friday for my friend Vanessa’s wedding. But for now, I thought I’d share another weather song with […]

Ten Little Turkeys

November 11, 2008

I’ve been trying to hold off posting my Thanksgiving-themed songs, but I can no longer resist! My students and I have been singing about Turkey Day for a week now, and I know that lots of teachers and music therapists out there are probably looking for such songs right about now. So the first song […]

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