MP3 Laura Dyer - Little Language Songs for Little Ones
A national award-winning fun and educational CD produced by a speech pathologist for typically developing children or developmentally challenged children ages birth to 8(Musical styles including folk, jazz, pop, piano, and international).
20 MP3 Songs
KIDS/FAMILY: General Children''s Music, KIDS/FAMILY: Children''s Storytelling
This Album was the Winner of the 2002 Education Clearinghouse Award of Excellence in the Infant and Toddler Division. It features 40 minutes of educational songs for your child ages birth to eight. Each song was created with a specific speech,language, or literacy goal in mind. It has also received 8 favorable national reviews and an excellent review in the Music City (Nashville) Parent Magazine.
The main artist in this album is Laura Dyer.
With a solid background in piano, trumpet, and music theory and performance, she created the music to be enjoyed by both children and adults.
All the lyrics were created together with her husband Mark.
Laura is also a speech-language pathologist who firmly believes that children''s speech and language can be enhanced through the use of music.
Some of her songs are specific speech enhancers for example, "Garden Dance" facilitates the difficult /r/ sound; or "The Spider Shines Her Shoes" helps children distinguish commonly lisped sounds.
"Imagination" contains virtually all of the English vowel sounds and "Do You Hear the Way Sounds Ring" provides the phonic sound for each of the alphabet letters.
Other songs help children learn language concepts through fun imaginative and interactive adventures and stories that can be acted out.
This artist has also authored a companion book for parents and teachers on how to enhance your child''s speech and language skills from birth to five.
To read more about the book and teaching toys, you can visit her website at: https://www.tradebit.com.
This album makes a wonderful addition to your child''s music collection and exposes them to a wide variety of musical styles including folk, jazz, pop, piano, and international.