My Little World Educational Music Series - Digital Series
A VIBRANT MULTICULTURAL MUSIC BASED HEALTHY LIVING PROGRAM that includes the following:
- My Little World Vol 1 “A Day In PreSchool” The Music - Awesome music is the core of My Little World, encouraging movement, learning and laughter! The “A Day In PreSchool” CD provides 16 songs through which early care educators, parents and physical therapy practitioners incorporate 60 minutes of physical activity through the course of each day. The Music appeals to the ethnic diversity of children and families in today’s society, as pre-school lessons are presented in current styles of music over the echoes of Jazz, Blues, Ancient African Drum Rhythms, Boogie Woogie and Gospel, as well as Cuban, South American and Brazilian styles.
“Your Heart Jumps To The Beat” The Implementation Manual - The manual is designed to provide guidance and technical assistance, for the implementation of the physical activity and nutrition exercises of the “My Little World” Vol.1- A Day In PreSchool CD. Early care educators, parents and physical therapy practitioners access creative and fun methods of incorporating movement into the daily activities of children and patients, while providing academic reinforcement. The manual provides various ways to enjoy, enhance and document to achievement of physical activity.
My Little World: A Day In PreSchool, Early Educators Implementation DVD - The DVD is a 6- segment implementation training tool narrated by Natii, that provides a visual of detailed implementation exercises, as it directs early care educators in the specific steps that accompany the “My Little World” program. Through interactive presentations, viewers gain a practical understanding of various steps to incorporate the program into the standard preschool curriculum, and achieve the nationally recommended standards for daily moderate to vigorous physical activity.
Healthy Exercise Hands - The “Healthy” Exercise Hands are available separately or can be located in the manual. They are designed to be cut out and used while participating in many of the program songs. Children are encouraged to learn their right and left, and count from 1 to 5, as they use the hands to enhance the fun of programmatic activities.