Time To Say Hello Song Chords/Implementation Ideas

A fun and VERY adaptable hello song! The best part– this includes so many adaptations to make it more creative, supportive, and clients can add their own verses! Click the image for the PDF download and check out the YouTube video that goes along with the download here!


Ocean Song, Chords, and Implementation Ideas

Downloadable PDF file of various ocean animals! One of my favorites for summer, the slides with the shark, and crab are always the kid’s favorite. Click the image for the PDF download and get the accompanying chords, implementation, and adaptations here!


Summer-Based Intervention with Multi-Sensory Adaptations!

A fun summery-sensory based session idea incorporating multi-modal learning for many levels of learning. Click the image to download the file!


Songwriting Jenga and Check-In Dynamic Jenga Questions

A double whammy! Two giant lists of questions to utilize with the game Jenga. A songwriting-specific Jenga game and a Jenga game with dynamic questions that never get old (and dig pretty deep!). Click the image to download the file!


Little Leaves Intervention Idea

A perfect song for fall! I was inspired to create this intervention because of a poem that a teacher had shared when I was working in school districts. It’s incredibly adaptable and can be used to support a variety of skills including fine/gross motor, communication, and especially social. My favorite thing is to use with the parachute in a group– so much interaction and engagement! Click the image to download the file!


Chop Chop PDF!

A downloadable PDF that I like to use with a fun chant called “Chop Chop”. The chant is simple and you can view the link to that Youtube video here. Click the PDF to download the visual!


A Pirate’s Life Song and Intervention Idea!

I seriously LOVE this song. My friend Stephanie, over at Music For Kiddos does a songwriting challenge once in a while and this was the product of doing that challenge– I am also a huge fan of sea shanties, so no surprise here! Click the image to download the chords and check out the video here!


Whacky Weather and Intervention Idea!

This was another song that was born out of Stephanie’s songwriting challenge! This one is a simple chant/rhythmic piece about whacky weather (so topical!). Click the image to download the lyrics, chords, and adaptations and check out the video here (mid-way through this video you’ll hear the song).


Oviparous Animals Animated Presentation and Intervention Idea!

So I LOVE using animated visuals. With children, this is incredibly exciting, rewarding, and most of all, silly! This intervention is a great example of that! I use Keynote on my iPad/Mac to create these, but there is also a link to download it as a Powerpoint visual here. Some of the animations don’t cross over, but that is a great challenge to experiment with! Click the image to download the Keynote presentation, click here for the Powerpoint version, and check out the accompanying video here!


“The Bear Snores On”

Using books in the therapy room is one of my favorite go-to’s for children, especially for children who are a little unsure of where to begin in a child-led therapy room. This book is my all-time favorite and there are so many adaptations to using it! Click the image to see the youtube video and get some cozy ideas!


Halloween Creative Ideas With Books!

Did I mention I love using books in therapy? 😂 Check out this video to see how I use two of my favorite Halloween books in session and how I build upon those books by extending the intervention into creating “worry monsters”. Click the image to see the youtube video!


Frogs Animated Presentation

A classic! I don’t always use pre-written songs in my sessions, but I have found them really helpful when working with families since parents and caregivers are really familiar with these songs. Using an animated visual is a fun way to maintain engagement and encourage bonding between child and adult! I like to send these to adults too so that they have access to the intervention and can use it at home with the child outside of the sessions. Click the image to download the Keynote Presentation file, or click here to download the Powerpoint version.


Ducks Animated Presentation

Another classic! I don’t always use pre-written songs in my sessions, but I have found them really helpful when working with families since parents and caregivers are really familiar with these songs. Using an animated visual is a fun way to maintain engagement and encourage bonding between child and adult! I like to send these to adults too so that they have access to the intervention and can use it at home with the child outside of the sessions. Click the image to download the Keynote Presentation file, or click here to download the Powerpoint version.