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believe in yourself and in your children. The grownups that were supported by their parents that way, tend to be more self confident. ...

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Did you know?
The “Hello Song” is a beloved ritual that marks the beginning of music class. But you can sing this song anytime! Children find comfort in the predictability of rituals and routines, which can signal what is happening next and ease even the toughest transitions. And music can help!
Singing a favorite song is an enjoyable way to help your child transition from one place to another and from one activity to another.

Try this activity at home with your child:
Sing the “Hello Song” to your child’s teacher or friends when you drop her off at school or childcare, or sing “Hello” to grandma when you take your child there. This can help to make these separations a little bit easier—and a little more fun!
You and your child can play with this song by singing “Hello” to his big toe, nose, backpack, teddy bear, or even the broccoli at dinnertime!
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Did you know?
The “Hello Song” is a beloved ritual that marks the beginning of music class. But you can sing this song anytime! Children find comfort in the predictability of rituals and routines, which can signal what is happening next and ease even the toughest transitions. And music can help!
Singing a favorite song is an enjoyable way to help your child transition from one place to another and from one activity to another.

Try this activity at home with your child:
Sing the “Hello Song” to your child’s teacher or friends when you drop her off at school or childcare, or sing “Hello” to grandma when you take your child there. This can help to make these separations a little bit easier—and a little more fun!
You and your child can play with this song by singing “Hello” to his big toe, nose, backpack, teddy bear, or even the broccoli at dinnertime!
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