i like to sing with you

from by mark adamczyk



Singing about activities is helpful with a young child's vocabulary as well as with singing. Singing funny sounds (well, they sound funny to us adults, but young children treat all sounds and experiences with the same earnestness) such as la la la are good for a child's vocalization skills. Note some sounds, like la la la, come from the tongue. Others, like ma ma ma or pa pa pa, come from the lips. Ka ka ka comes from the back of the mouth. Lots of variety. Try different made-up sounds when singing with your child. See which ones elicit more reactions from your young one.


Oh, I like to sing with you.
Can you do just what I do?
La la, lalala, la la, lalala,
Lala lala lala la, Lala lala lala la.


from songs i like to sing with you, released March 23, 2014



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mark adamczyk Lake Bluff, Illinois

I've been singing songs and enjoying music with families, professionally, for more than a decade. I'm not so much a performer (I save that for my "grownup" music in the evenings) as I am a facilitator, encouraging and enabling people to sing and make music on their own. Listening to somebody else sing a song is fine, but singing on your own and with your family can be much more fulfilling and fun! ... more

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