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This version of Open Shut Them is a great kids song for teaching some basic opposites. Its full of easy-to-understand, easy-to-gesture vocabulary. Free flashcards for this song at http://supersimplelearning.com/songs/original-series/three/open-shut-them-and-other-opposites/  To see this song in use with gestures in the classroom, watch this v...

Super Simple Songs - Opposites sit criss cross and sing about opposites (open/shut hands, big and small, fast and slow, please and thank you, loud and quiet)

Time to wake up! Playing this song after a good night's sleep or an afternoon nap will help young children get up bright-eyed and ready to go!    The song, picture cards, and worksheets are available on the Super Simple Songs - Animals enhanced CD: http://supersimplelearning.com/songs/themes-series/animals/    Music: Super Simple Learning  Animation:...

Rooster" from Super Simple Songs - Animals. Great song to start class or for waking up. Practice farmyard animals with the video.

Every day may not be good, but there's something good in every day.    (I borrowed this quote because I think it says my name in it somewhere. I find sweet somethings in every day, There is something GOOD in every day.)

chibird: “Every day may not be good, but there’s something good in every day.”lovely pretty cute nice beautiful enjoy happy life love sweet heee cute smile smiles cute stuff don’t seem so bad.