Era Wahyu Ningsih, Azizah Amatur Rohman


This research activity was carried out with the subjects being kindergarten students who received English language lessons and focused on vocabulary. This research was related to facilitating learning of English, especially vocabulary in childhood, because it was found that teaching vocabulary without the right method would make students a little difficulty in remembering the word, until in this case used music and songs two languages accompanied by movements that correspond to song lyrics, research uses descriptive qualitative methods and results obtained that students feel more comfortable in learning and improve their ability to remember new vocabulary.

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