Nutrition & Exercise
(Super Kids)


Children enjoy moving their bodies in creative ways as they learn important lessons about making healthy food and physical activity choices with these preschool nutrition and exercise songs.

Along with many great songs and a story about nutrition, children will be jumping and shouting “Yeeeehaaa!!”, moving like various animals, dancing the Ladybug Dance, going on a Dragon Hunt, swimming like a fish in a pond and playing an African stone passing game.

Then it’s time for instruments! Children will play shakers, bells, scrapers, triangles and drums to make rhythmic songs, play music patterns, tell a story about camping and a variation on a classic children’s song.


Songs For Teaching Children Fitness & Exercise


This multimedia curriculum module taps into the power of music by using songs for teaching children fitness and exercise.

The children will enjoy hopping on one foot, crawling like a crab, flying like a super kid, push ups, squats and more.

The children will learn to play shakers, scrapers, bells, drums and triangles. They will use the instruments to play rhythms and tell a story about a grouchy monster in the forest who learns to be friendly when the children invite him to their picnic.


Engaging and Highly Energetic Songs

These engaging and highly energetic songs prompt children with specific movement instructions, built right into the lyrics of the song, to make movement and exercise a joy.

As a teacher or a parent, you will want to be moving right along with the children, thereby creating positive interactions and positive associations with exercise as something that they enjoy sharing with their teachers, parents and peers.

Easy to Access Online or in Hard Copy

Stream the audio, video and song cards right from your internet connected TV, smartphone, tablet or desktop computer. Hard copies including CDs and DVDs are also available.


Science Shows the Benefits of interactive Music and Movement on Children’s Health


Research shows that better nutrition and increased physical exercise results in improved mood, behavior and academic performance in children.

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