Hap Palmer's "Sea Gulls . . . Music for Rest and Relaxation" provides soothing music as a background for rest time, slow motion activities, and any other time that relaxing music is appropriate. The variety of instrumental songs is excellent for assisting in mindfulness, brain breaks and yoga. The accompanying guide includes easy-to-do activities for slow-motion moving, deep breathing, concentration and progressive relaxation.
Twelve call-and-response songs with lyrics in English and Swahili inspired by Ella's experiences in Kenya and Tanzania. Includes: Jambo, On Safari, Counting on Swahili, Pole Pole, Yemayah, It's a Holiday, I Looked into the Mirror, Annie My Cooking Friend, Barreling on Down the Highway, Seasons, A Trains-A-Coming, The Hi-de-ho Man
Raffis first and best selling album. A childrens classic: favorites and originals, rhyming fun, counting songs - irresistible! Includes printed lyrics. Songs like "The More We Get Together," "Down by the Bay," and "Going to the Zoo" with Raffi originals like "I Wonder If I'm Growing," "Peanut Butter Sandwich," "Old MacDonald Had a Band," "Brush Your Teeth," "Five Little Pumpkins," and the tongue-twisting "Willoughby Wallaby Woo.
This bilingual collection features Jose-Luis Orozco's adaptations of well-known songs from English to Spanish and vice versa. Includes: Esta es mi tierra, This Land Is Your Land, Juancho Pancho, Old MacDonald, La monedita, Magic Penny, Alla en el Rancho Grande, El Joky-Poky, and The Hokey-Pokey
"Ten little fingers" and other play rhymes and action songs from Latin America, performed by Jos?-Luis Orozco. This is a collection of Spanish language finger rhymes, play rhymes and action songs that are ideal for young children. Diez Deditos CD music contains a single disc with 34 songs.
Introduced by South African storyteller Gcina Mhlophe as the voice of the tortoise, stories (Boy Who Turned into a Cat), chants (Kanie, Kanje) and songs (Mbube or The Lion Sleeps Tonight) weave in and out of each other through this seamless whole of music and words. Here are striking harmonies, haunting chord progressions and unfamiliar but wonderful vocalizations.
lla?s best-selling record has international songs that encourage singing and rhythmic participation. Recommended for early education by Teachers Magazine. Did You Feed My Cow?, This Train, Sifting in the Sand, Cadima, Shabbat Shalom, and others.
1 - 6 years. Rhymes and rhythms boost learning phonological awareness. Each rhyme is sung, and then followed by a finger play or simple activity set to the music, and then sung once through again to reinforce the language. Guide with lyrics/activities.
Songs dedicated to caring for the environment and appreciating other cultures, languages, and places. Includes You Can't Sink a Rainbow and A Solution to Pollution. Parents' Choice Award winner. "...[A] wonderful collection of songs about caring for the environment and enjoying other cultures, languages, and places." New Jersey Greater News
Taking advantage of children's enjoyment of movement activities, these songs increase the vocabulary and basic movement skills of participants. Vocabulary focuses on five areas: body parts, actions, space, qualities, and relationships.
Take a cultural journey around the world! This cohesive collection is a well-rounded way to learn about the world with upbeat music that will spark cultural curiosity in young learners. These Playground CD's include Latin, French, African and World music. Each CD focuses on a unique topic and will delight both children and adults.
3 years & up. Don, Lauri, and Jan are known for their ability to capture attention by creating a fun, leaning environment where children are invited to participate, sing, dance and experience music's magic.
Introduce children to the customs, culture, and language of other lands. Songs include Caribbean Mango Song; The Food Song; Sasha & Natasha; Many Ways To Say Hello; Chinese New Year; Native American Names and more. Ages 5-8.
Lullabies for Sleepy Eyes is a diverse 16-song collection offering folk-renditions of lullabies from Welsh, Scottish, Irish, Yiddish, French and Australian traditions, among others. Although the lullabies are aimed for children ages one to five, the familiar, soft melodies work wonderfully for infants as well. With this album, Vocalist Susie Tallman provides a distinct sound much different from other children's albums making this album warm and clear, with textured gentle music that will link parent… More »
Play this music because it is lovely...and because the selections are based on brain development research. Volumes include classical and traditional folk music arranged for children, plus instrumental versions of well-know lullabies and nursery rhymes.
This CD offers multicultural awareness and rhythmic activities using rhythm sticks. A Kimbo best seller, these authentic folk tunes and songs from around the world set the stage for easy rhythm stick activities. Routines set to a great collection of music from Vietnam, Puerto Rico, Russia, Japan, India, West Africa, China, Mexico, Israel, Greece, Germany and more. Guide with lyrics and instructions.