Cues and Raps are unique ways to reach kids.
Cues are words that kids of all ages can say to themselves to correct a “bad habit” (i.e. problematic behavior). Important ingredients to a cue’s success are rhythm, repetition, rhyming, and humor. Learn more:
Catchy sayings called one-line raps or cues (.e.g. “Let it go, Joe!”) put to rhythm and melody can enhance a young person’s functioning. By listening to or saying them over and over again; in other words: practicing the desired behavior – real change can occur. Whether you use our rhythms and melodies or come up with your own, the lines contained within have all been field-tested to produce results.