Days Of The Week Song
It's an English days of the week song. It is a very simple song to learn the days of the week. The name of each day of the week is shown on a colorful background as the singer names the day. Song repeats. (1:06)
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Practice the days of the week while singing to the tune of The Adams Family theme song. Brightly colored slides show the song lyrics. (:30)
Days of the week... (CLAP CLAP!)
Days of the week...Days of the Week...
Days of the week... (CLAP CLAP!)
and there's Monday
and there's Wedn
Sing-a-long to this familiar classroom days of the week song! Slide show with days of the week sung to the tune of Oh My Darling Clementine. (:21)
This video goes over the seven days of the week in a different, fun way. The lyrics repeat themselves several times. Each day of the week is shown as it is spoken by the singer. This would be a good teaching resource for young students as they are introduced to the days of the week. It would also be beneficial for special needs students (1:51).
This children's video teaches kids to recognize colors and
generalization using two different example images for each color. The colors red, black, brown silver, gold, white gray, purple, orange, yellow, green, blue, and pink are shown. Lesson page:
This video shows the primary colors and how to spell each color. Students will be engaged by the voice of children their own age. Also the song is simple and can help build associations between the word and the actual color. This is great for a preschool or kindergarten classroom.
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This song will help students in identifying each of the colors. Lyrics include, "I'm a color robot. I'm thinking of the color of grass and trees. It's also the color of brocolli and beans. You know that color! It's the color GREEN!...." Lyrics are also provided on the screen. (03:04)
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Days of the Week Song
"DAY-O!" 7 Days in a Week Song
Children's Colors 2
The Color Song
The Butterfly Colors Song
Alphabet Sign-Language Video
Colors! Colors! - Movement Song
Color Robot - Rap Song
STS.049J Technology and Gender in American History (MIT)
The Passive Voice Get = Be
Alash Ensemble Concert (video)
Political Extremism in the Interwar Period and its Economic Roots.
Making the DIY Clinometer
Ampliación de Topografía Minera
WSU innovation improves drowsy driver detection
Center of Mass - Khan Academy
Reteach and Enrich: How to Make Time for Every Student