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Listed below are songs for which activities have been written. They are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. If you do not have software on your machine for reading PDF files click here to download a free version

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 

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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.