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New Video! “The Tick Song” Lyme Disease Prevention!

September 2, 2018 in Children's Health Education, Music with Kids, The Singing Nurse Music

I know many of you are saying “Lyme Disease, Its September”?  I recently finished up a video of my song “The Tick Song” so I decided to do a little extra research as to the status of Lyme disease. Actually I wanted to have some back-up as to why I made this video at the end of summer instead of the beginning of spring. So if you think I’m late save this for your lessons in spring, but if you realize that we are still spending time outside read on.

Yes the CDC says the busiest time for ticks is spring through early fall.

It’s never too late or early to act in prevention to the bite of those pesky ticks and the diseases that they bring like Ehrlichiosis, Babesiosis and Lyme disease. It is no picnic any time of year.

The Song says it all and the lessons help you teach it to your kids in a fun way. The Lyme Disease Prevention lesson for kids, tick graphics and color sheet, letters to parents and “The Tick Song” are all included and now you can share this fun & catchy video lyrics song with the kids, I promise they will astound you with what they remember.

Lesson link here.

Where ticks like to bite CDC.









Disease cases by state @ CDC

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Ms. Dawn aka TheSingingNurse

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The Tick Song

April 11, 2008 in News - Updates, The Singing Nurse Music


Hi, Just wanted to remind you about the Tick season that is soon to be upon us. Listen to “The Tick Song” to learn how to prevent tick borne diseases. It has a broadway show sound and is a lot of fun. Go to the Lyrics and Inspiration page to read all of the words and how it came to be. Lyric sample: “Stay away from that tick, he’ll make you feel sick, and you may want to cry”, “Don’t you get Ehrlichiosis or Babeseosis or Lyme”

Stay Healthy, Ms. Dawn