Attention getting sounds (Approx. 5 sec). Each sound has the same beginning and end sound which helps the student associate the sound with "attention" as soon as it starts playing.
Sounds 1-10: Sounds for time to get started (3-6sec). Each sound has the same beginning and end sound which helps the student associate the sound with"Getting started" as soon as it starts playing. The words"Start, Go" or other similar words are played in the sound.
Sounds 11-24: These sounds are longer … higher numbers are longer sounds. They are upbeat, fun sounds for activation and arousal, encouraging children to ‘get started’ with an activity.
Sounds 1 - 10: Sounds showing time to stop (10-20 seconds). Varied instrumental sounds with gradually increasing volume to provide an audio cue that it is time to stop. Each sound has the word "Stop" or similar word, and an ending sound.
Sounds 10 - 21: These songs are longer songs and they are calming sounds which gradually fade out. These types of sounds are somewhat relaxing and are meant to indicate to students that it is time to end an activity or stop what they are doing to move onto the next activity. These are meant to assist with transitions and change from one activity or time to another.
Sounds provide audio cues to encourage children to slow down and calm down (15–25 seconds). A variety of calming sounds with an ending sound.
These are longer sequences of sounds - up to 5 minutes long. Each of these audio files provides music and audio effects as a basis for rhythmic movement, breathing, balancing, and wiggle-jiggle fun movements. Audio instructions provide cues for specific sequential movements. Adult direction and demonstration will probably be necessary for most students. Sounds have different themes and they're all different lengths so try them out before you decide which ones you want to use.