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wee sing note purpleParent Tip: Reinforcing the concept of right and left Song: Songs/Fingerplay: "Right Hand, Left Hand," "Looby Loo," "Jimmy Crack Corn" (Wee Sing Children's Songs and Fingerplays) "Hokey, Pokey," "Jimmy Crack Corn," "Old Brass Wagon" (Wee Sing and Play) "Looby Loo," "Hokey Pokey" (Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing)
• Put a fun sticker or stamp on the back of your child's right hand. This helps him/her know immediately which is right and left.
• The above songs/fingerplay, whether done with the audio or without, are good for practicing the difference between right and left. They can be done just as easily with a child and parent as well as with a group of children.
wee sing note greenTeacher Tip: Reinforcing the concept of right and left Song: Songs/Fingerplay: "Right Hand, Left Hand," "Looby Loo," "Jimmy Crack Corn" (Wee Sing Children's Songs and Fingerplays) "Hokey, Pokey," "Jimmy Crack Corn," "Old Brass Wagon" (Wee Sing and Play) "Looby Loo," "Hokey Pokey" (Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing)
• Put a fun sticker or stamp on the back of each child's right hand. This helps them know immediately which is right and left.
• The above songs/fingerplay, whether done with the audio or without, are good for practicing the difference between right and left.
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