You Won’t Be Cold Anymore With Lámh Signs

You Won’t Be Cold Anymore With Lámh Signs

Last year, I recorded one of Mr. Tumble´s songs with Lámh sings. Many parents and teachers commented how helpful that was, so I recorded again and improve it, so more teachers and parents can use it with their children.

Although the weather is cold, we must make sure children go out to play every day. A walk around the block or, if you are closer to nature like us, a walk by the sea or in the woods, will provide the best movement break for the kids.

The song I recorded for you it´s called “You Won´t Be Cold Anymore” by Mr. Tumble. It´s perfect for teaching children to dress appropriately for the cold weather. It also teaches signs for clothing items such as; coat, scarf, gloves and hat.
Enjoy!

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  1. Helen O'Meara

    I love Silvia -she is so pleasant and makes the signs so accessible.

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