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You're In Trouble: Song lyrics and discussion with activity suggestions 

Dad Threw The TV Out The Window: Song lyrics and discussion with activity suggestions 

Big Big World: Song lyrics and discussion with activity suggestions 

Monsters In The Bathroom: Song lyrics and discussion with activity suggestions 

Family: Song lyrics and discussion with activity suggestions 

 

Aiken Drum (from Wacka Wacka Woo):This art lesson was submitted by Anne Tranquilli  

Listen To Me (from Big Big World): Another lesson by Anne Tranquilli, which deals with peer mediation 

I'm Not Small (from Monsters in the Bathroom): Anne Tranquilli had a lot of great ideas to share! This lesson is about measurement 

Oh No, Not Again (from There's a Pea on My Plate): Submitted by Melody Sutton to work on recognizing rhyming words and developing their own 

Put Your Helmet On (from There's a Pea on My Plate): This lesson that deals with the importance of protective equipment was submitted by Melody Sutton 

Family (from You're in Trouble): This lesson was designed for preschoolers and covers a variety of activities---reading, writing, art, math, cooking. Submitted by Debra Cain

Bill Harley Lesson Ideas: submitted by Lynn Jeka here are a whole slew of ideas to use for various Bill Harley songs for different grade levels.

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