Felt Board Toddler Activities for Language and speech development – Old McDonald Flannel Board

Felt Boards are a great way to engage a toddler! Leaving out parts of a song is a great way to encourage language and speech development! What other flannel board songs and stories would you like to hear? Thanks for watching our music class!

Rachel teaches preschool music to young kids, toddlers, and babies and has a master’s in music education from NYU. She has also been a toddler teacher and has a sweet 2-year-old boy who inspired her online baby music classes and learning videos!

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Old macdonald had a farm e-i-e-i-o And on that farm he had a Pig good job Pig e e e-i-e-i-o with an oink oink here And an oink oink there here an oink There and wink everywhere an oink oink Old macdonald had a Pig e-i-e-i-o Old macdonald had a farm e-i-e-i-o And on that farm he had a What is that Doc good job e-i-e-i-o With a quack quack here and a quack Quack there here a quack there a quack Everywhere quack quack old macdonald had A farm e-i-e-i-o Let’s see who comes out next Old macdonald had a farm E-i-e-i-o And on his farm he had a Sheep good job e-i-e-i-o With a baa baa here and a baa baa there [Music] Now i’m gonna have you fill in all the Animals Old macdonald had a farm e-i-e-i-o And on his farm he had a E-i-e-i-o with a neigh neigh here and a Neigh neigh there Old macdonald had a farm e-i-e-i-o And on that farm he had a E-i-e-i-o with a black box here and a Block there here a block there Old macdonald had a chicken

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E-i-e-i-o Great job filling in the animals i’m Proud of you

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About the Author: Irene Jones

I was a teacher in the Philadelphia Public School System for over 20 years. I love teaching preschoolers and watching them progress from wide eyed blank slates to being able to read and write. The pride they enjoy from advancing their abilities and seeing their imagination grow is the greatest reward a teacher can receive.