Time To Sing!
A young child’s world is filled with song, from the first lullaby, to “Happy Birthday”. But
for our children, struggling to speak, singing along with their friends
can seem hopeless – they can’t keep up. If only the words were slower,
they could sing along, too. Time To Sing! is the answer!
The songs on this recording were all newly arranged. The words are much slower than
the originals, but the music is fun, exciting, playful, and beautiful.
This highly acclaimed music recording is perfect for children with apraxia and other
speech or language disorders, children learning English as a second
language, and children with other delays. Its magic has reached around the world!
We hope your children enjoy them, now that they have time …to sing!
The speed of each song was set by the international Apraxia expert speech-language pathologist, David Hammer, who also edited some of the
lyrics to eliminate difficult sound combinations and enable all children
to sing along.
The songs were all brilliantly arranged by composer Michael Moricz, Music Director of
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, and are fun and rewarding for kids and their parents, too! Musicians from the Pittsburgh Symphony and other national symphonies and a number of professional singers provide extraordinary qualiity.
Wheels on the Bus -
Aiken Drum -
I Love You -
Old McDonald -
Mister Sun -
Head and Tummy -
You Are Special -
Eentsy Weentsy Spider -
Hokey Pokey -
The Alphabet Song -
I'm A Little Teapot -