Get outside and in the dirt with Box 9! This month you'll be exploring flowers and bugs! Learn the life cycle of a flower, and the parts of an insect, all through hands-on learning and song!
Letter Action Song
Join Ms. KT and Ms. Melanie in song and movement to practice the letter sounds. Incorporating actions help children stay involved and help their brains retain information better. It's all about repetition!
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I Caught Myself a Baby Bumblebee
Learn this silly classic early childhood hand action song about bees.
Join the Kiboomers and fly like a ladybug.
The Eensy Weensy Spider
Sing and Join the motions for this fun song about a determined spider with hand actions.
Learn to dance with butterfly wings!
Join Laurie Berkner in this lullaby preschool song.
I’m A Little Sunflower
A song about the life cycle of a flower.
5 Little Speckled Frogs
Fun early childhood finger puppet and math song that teaches simple subtraction.
Number Song 1-20
Dance and count with the Counting Walrus. Warning: it will get stuck in your head.
Let's Count to 100
Count along to 100.
Parts of an Insect
Learn the parts of an insect with this catchy tune. An insect has three parts: head, thorax, abdomen. Also eyes, mouth, antenna, and six leges.
Introduce opposites to preschoolers with this fun bug song.
Willoughby Wallaby Woo
Classic rhyming song that invites participation.