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Archive for April, 2011

Music for Baby Action Time

It’s never too early to start playing, singing and moving with baby. Babies and toddlers learn through interaction with their parents. We have lots of resources to help encourage interactive development time with your baby.
Baby Games for babies aged six weeks to one year has lap games, exercise games, rocking and bouncing games to share. Songs include “Muffin Man” “Bye Baby Bunting” and “Hey Diddle Diddle” and more. The CD comes with an activities guide and lyrics. Dots Music for Bouncy Babies! is another CD that encourages music education and development through simple and fun activities with baby. Made in New Zealand, the music is original and host Radha will show you how to sing, bounce and rock with baby. Your baby will also delight in hearing the sound of other babies on the album. Read more

Kids Just Love Dinosaurs

It’s almost a given that most kids – at some stage of their childhood – are going to go through a stage of loving dinosaurs. (Some may even grow up to be palaeontologists?!)
Well, indulge your kids’ love of dinos with lots of fun songs that’ll get you romping and stomping.
A great place to start is Sing a Song about Dinosaurs, aimed at ages 2 to 6. This CD is filled with fun songs about dinosaurs – naming them and provoking thoughts about what they and their environment must have been like. There’s also Wee Sing Dinosaurs, perfect for 2 to 8 year olds. Have fun listening to a children’s choir singing factual songs about all kinds of dinosaurs, with some silly songs along the way. Upbeat and informative songs with roaring great sound effects. Little dino fans will love this! Read more

World Sings Goodnight

 

It doesn’t matter where you live bedtime can take on a truly global theme with lullabies from all over the world. The soothing sounds of international voices and instruments make bedtime a calm and nurturing time for your little ones (and mum and dad too!). Lullaby music is also great for students and helps them cope with exam stress and heavy workloads.

Lullabies for a Small World is 14 songs from all over the globe including Denmark, Brazil, Cameroon and Russia. There’s also World Music for Little Ears: Lullabies from Around the World with charming and sophisticated songs from Ireland, Wales, Africa, Nova Scotia, Cuba and more, all sung in the native tongues of the countries. Read more