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Lyme Disease Prevention for Kids

October 10, 2011 in Children's Health Education, News - Updates, Products, Uncategorized

Stay out of tall grass!

Lyme Disease Preventions for Kids

Disease carrying ticks are still with us. We are enjoying a longer season of warm weather, longer grass cutting season and the ticks are enjoying more time eating warm blooded meals from us and our children. We need to protect ourselves and our children and be more diligent than ever to prevent Lyme disease and other tick borne diseases.

We may think the ticks are gone for the season, think again. I was visiting with a friend today and one of those pesky little ticks was crawling on my face, yuck! I hear because of all the rain and moisture we are going to have more fleas, ticks and mosquitoes.

We wanted you to know about one of our favorites Lyme disease prevention resources. The 5th lesson plan in our new Nurse created health lessons book, “The Singing Nurse: Health Lessons for Kids”, is where you will find it.

The Lyme disease prevention unit includes a tick borne disease fact sheet and letters home to parents. The health lesson also integrates; creating props, letter recognition for young children, singing the catchy tune, “The Tick Song”, doing hand motions, and creating a multimedia presentation.

Lyrics to “The Tick Song” to listen click here

1) Your head may feel achy, your joints may feel shaky

And you may want to cry-wa, wa

2) So your body you check, make sure there’s no tick

Cuz you don’t want to cry-wa, wa

Don’t you get Ehrlichiosis (Ehrlichiosis)

Babesiosis (Babesiosis)

Ehrlichiosis or Babesiosis or Lyme

Break:  Stay out of tall grass (wear light colors)

In your socks tuck your pants (wear light colors)

When coming inside check your body every time.


1. Our lessons are easy to follow!

2. Our lessons save you time!

3. The kids have a blast while learning!

4. The process totally engages kids!

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“The Wonderful Wizard of Ha’s”, review

June 17, 2011 in Creative Adventures, God - Faith - Hope - Love

The Wonderful Wizard of Ha’s DVD review: a great Father’s Day sing along song movie for the whole family

I watched the veggietale movie, “The Wonderful Wizard of Ha’s” again the other day, what a fun frolic on the way to see the whimsical Wizard of Ha’s. This movie is full of fun sing along songs for kids and the whole family. A great Father’s Day movie, you’ll see why at the end.

Darby is the disenchanted broccoli boy who takes the place of Dorothy in the original “Wizard of Oz” and Tutu a pink doggy/pig takes the place of, yes you guessed it, Todo, Dorothy’s little dog.

He is tired of his father’s floss farm; you can see why this would interest me since I encourage kids to brush and floss, what a funny odd place to be from.

They are told to follow the yellow McToad (a very slow moving toad) to get to the land of Ha’s.

They meet the scarecrow and the tin man while the movie takes twist and turns, full of creative remakes and alterations to the original Wizard of Oz story and songs.

Darby, the tin man, and scarecrow sing Ohioans and fifers and mares as they skip through the forest and meet Lion.

All the characters seem to share the same boredom with their lot in life and are yearning for the new thrills of fun and games, and food galore that the land of Ha’s has promised.

The Wizard of Ha’s is a shrewd business man who is very eager to receive all of Darby’s money from his piggy bank for the trio to enter.  Each door in Ha’s represents new adventures.

The characters one by one finally decide to go home to family and their own backyards.

Darby remembers the words of his dad who said, that his piggy bank savings was for his future. He is sorry for not listening and trusting his father.

Darby decides to return home to his father’s floss farm where even his farm hands have a good life. Sound familiar yet?

Darby’s friends help him escape the wizard of Ha’s dungeon. And the very round fairy catapults his mini trailer back home to Kansas.

Darby rehearses his words as he makes his final steps back to his father’s floss farm.  His dad meets him on the road where they have a true prodigal son reunion.

The Wonderful Wizard of Ha’s was a delightful animation and creatively done. Kids, parents and grandparents alike will enjoy the retelling of the Prodigal son using the Wizard of Oz template. Like so many kids movies, the adults will truly be the ones to be awed by all the parallels in the two stories. Check it out; you’ll start grinning like I did.

Ms. Dawn, The Singing Nurse

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Five Dollar Friday, Download TSN Songs

May 28, 2010 in Children's Health Education, News - Updates, Nurturing the Child, The Singing Nurse Music, Uncategorized

mom and baby

Five Dollar Friday with The Singing Nurse health songs for healthy living.


Thanks for your curiosity about The Singing Nurse music. I’m trying to get the word out about my fun upbeat songs for kids, young children, preschoolers, teachers, health care workers and parents.

Twitter has follow fridays so I thought I would have a Five Dollar Friday to make my whole downloadable album available @ that price of course.

Most of my songs on this CD are health related but there are a couple inspirational songs.

Parents, children and professionals who work with children enjoy my songs and I hope you will take advantage of one of my occassion Five Dollar Friday.  If you like what you hear, please get the word out to your friends and contacts.

Most people don’t know this, but you can also embed my bandbox player on your website so all your visitors can check out and purchase TSN songs.

Appreciate You, Have a Great Week-End and Stay Healthy.

Healthy Living for the Whole Family,

Ms. Dawn, The Singing NurseThe-Singing-Nurse-Shadow.JPG

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Only available as download @ that price

a lot more goes into the full CD production.

Positive Responses!

January 21, 2009 in News - Updates, The Singing Nurse Music


We have had some interest in The Singing Nurse  songs from an educational music website. We are looking over the contract to see if it is a fit for The Singing Nurse sing along songs.  We have also heard back from Pam Beall  WeeSing co author.

Pam Beall said the following: “The Singing Nurse is a delightful and much needed CD for parents, teachers, and young children.  The health concepts are important and presented in a way that children can easily sing along and remember through fun melodies and catchy accompaniments.  This CD would be a wonderful teaching tool for a health unit in preschool and early elementary school.  It would also be valuable to parents as they teach their children good health habits at home.”

So it looks like things are looking good.  I look forward to keeping you all up to date on everything that goes on…

Stay Healthy,

Ms. Dawn

The Singing Nurse on Twitter

December 10, 2008 in News - Updates, The Singing Nurse Music

Dec. 10, 2009

Click below to follow The Singing Nurse on Twitter. Have a great Christmas.

Online Store

October 13, 2008 in News - Updates, The Singing Nurse Music


Yes, now you can go directly to The Singing Nurse’s online store to purchase my music, it’s @ the Music tab. You can use any major credit card or PayPal. Don’t forget to add yourself to the Map.

For Your Convenience,

Ms. Dawn

Video sub-tab under Music

October 13, 2008 in News - Updates, The Singing Nurse Music


Hey, Check out the Video sub-tab under Music to see a review of The Singing Nurse songs and yes that is my voice and hand in the videos.

For Healthy Kids,

Ms. Dawn