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Songames for Sensory Integration

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Songames for Sensory Integration
By Aubrey Lande MS, OTR, Bob Wiz and friends.
2 CD's and 53-page companion booklet
Ages: 3-8

These 25 Songames offer a world of developmental play activities and the booklet triples the number of therapeutic ways to use the games. Fun and engaging for children ages 3-8, these therapist-created Songames promote growth and development. Includes a booklet on how to use music to enhance skill.

Contents  CD #1

Balance Circle Form (18:36)

  1. 12 Chinese Secrets (4:18)

     2.     A Waiting Game (2:03)

     3.     Musical Chairs (3:59)

     4.     Hum-Along (4:20)

     5.     Sweet Life (3:50)

Message Circle Form (14:06)

     6.     Deep Pressure Chant (1:05)

     7.     Makin' Pizza (2:05)

     8.     The Hot Dog Game (4:15)

     9.      Mouth Toys (2:10)

     10.    The Basics of Friendship (4:23)

Bob's Circle Form

     11.     Jeopardy (1:16)

     12.     The Reptilian Factor (2:55)

     13.     Forest Stump (4:07)

     14.      I Like Bananas (4:59)

     15.     Calm One (3:36)

CD #2

Lois' Circle Form (16:35)

     1.     Radio W.A.K.E.-UP! (3:07)

     2.     The Clothing Quiz (2:16)

     3.     Dip Down (4:05)

     4.     The Nose Knows (3:30)

     5.     Love and Kindness (3:30)

Aubrey's Circle Form (20:06)

     6.     Gilder Rose (5:35)

     7.     Fine Motor Samba (5:59)

     8.     Give a Little Yodel (2:49)

     9.     Slowing Down (2:39)

     10.    Mama Loves Me (5:53)

 

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At the request of the RTI team in my building, I have been asked to provide some sensory activities for a small self-contained group in K - 1. I was looking for guidance on how to effectively use music with the children since so many of them have such individual needs on the autism spectrum.
Monica S on Dec 31, 2011
attended a conference and it was presented.
Julie M on Dec 16, 2011

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