Music Therapy Halloween Song for Young Children (The Monster in the Mirror)

-Age: 0-5 and older
-Goal Area: articulation, oro-motor (another good “speech therapy” song.)
Objective: Children vocalize along with the chorus. 
-Materials: Song from Sesame Street. (Check out the melody on you tube.)
-Method: Sing and encourage all singing
-Adaptations: Great Opportunity for articulation exercise!!  Also for associating a sound with a letter for pre-reading awareness. Just change the initial consonant from “w” to a different sound.
Simplify the chorus by repeating line one over 2x and then end on the origional phrase.
-Submitted by: Margie La Bella  email:
-Lyrics,chords, solfege, melody used  Sesame Street  Google the video on youtube for the melody.
              Am                                                   E7                                                                          
Saw a monster in the mirror when I woke up today 
A monster in my mirror but I did not run away
   C                                          Dm
I did not shed a tear or hide beneath my bed ,
                         E7                                                         Am
Though the monster looked at me and this is what he said:
                   C                                                    Dm
He said “Wubba wubba wubba wubba woo woo woo.” 
 G7                                                 Am
Wubba wubba wubba and a doodly do
                    C                                                  F                 C                         G                  F              C
He sang “Wubba wubba wubba” so I sang it too. Do not wubba me or I will wubba you .
   C                        G                 F              C
Do not wubba me or I will  wubba you.
2. Told the monster in the mirror, “No, I am not scared.”
Then I smiled at him and thanked him for the song that we had shared.
Well, the monster thanked me too, he smiled right back and then
the monster in the sang his song again.
 3. If your mirror has a monster in it, do not shout.
This kind of situation does not call for freaking out
And do nothing that you would not like to see him do ‘
Cause that monster in the mirror he just might be

“Sing a song for Halloween” Halloween Song for Young Children (toddlers and preschoolers.)

Age: 0-5
-Goal Area: language (this is also a good “speech therapy” song.)
-Objective: Kids think of and create the sounds of Halloween characters.
-Materials: lyrics
-Method:  Do it.
-Adaptations: (optional)  Remember, you don’t want to scare any of the children!
S-ubmitted by: (optional name and email)  Margie La Bella of
-Tune: “Joshua fit the battle of Jerico”
 Am                                                  E7               Am                                                                     E7                 Am
Sing a song for Halloween, Halloween, Halloween.  Sing a song for Halloween. Sing it like a ________.
(Then continue making that sound for the verse. Same melody)

Music therapy hello song for children (How to play Jack’s Big Music Show)

-Age: 0-5+
-Goal Area: Language (motor song or hello song. The melody lends itself to various objectives.)
-Objective: Kids will sing the words of the song and perform the motions mentioned via lyrics
-Materials: Music and kids
-Method: Sing and do.
-Adaptations: Use to create hello song, an articulation exercise, letter-sound association, or animal/vehicle sound song. Substitute another sound for the “d” in “dum.” Or start off with Here’s a sound for the letter “T.” Look everybody sing with me…. Lastly, try What does a monkey say in the zoo. Sing it together me and you…..oo,oo… This is called a “stick in” song because you can use/modify it to teach many skills.
-Submitted by: Amanda G. Ellis, MT-BC at “”
Tune: can be found on you tube (search theme song for Jack’s Big Music Show.)
C                                                       F        G
Come on everybody give your foot a tap.  (repeat phrase instrumentally.)
C                                                          F           C
Come on everybody give your hands a clap. (same)
C                                     F            G
Look everybody it’s my dog Mel. (ruf,….)
              C                                                      F           C
         And my best friend Mary; she’s super swell.
C                                   F            C                                                               
(Dum diddy dum diddy dum dee dum day.)
C                                     F                     G     
Dum diddy dum diddy dum dee dum day. (same echo)
C                                     F                     C
Dum diddy dum diddy dum dee dum day. (same echo)
     F                   G              F               G
So come everybody let’s get up and go.
Am                   G/B                Bb              F        C
It’s time to get started. It’s Jack’s big music show.

“Hello, Hello!” Music Therapy Hello Song for young children

-Realm: Music therapy activities for young early intervention and/or preschool children
-Age: 0-5
-Goal Area: language and social
_Name of Activity: Janice’s Hello Song
-Objective:  Children will establish and maintain eye-contact, wave, and sing hello to the therapist.
-Materials: Hello, Hola! by Janice Buckner (On her “Learning Skills for Little One’s”  CD see
-Method: Sing along and modify as per needs of child/group.
Use this tune to teach other skills by simply substituting lyrics.
-Submitted by: (optional name and email) Margie La Bella of music therapy tunes
Lyrics,chords, solfege, melody used
C                F                      C               G                     C               F                           G         C
Hello, Hello (rest rest)  Hello,  Hello (rest rest)  Hello, Hello (rest rest) It’s music time.
Mi do  mi fa                   mi do   mi re                     mi do   mi fa                   fa  mi re   do