Sorry kids, the song about the history of Kraftwerk didn't make the final edit but don't fret, there is a clapping game about robots. There is also a Western folk song and opportunities to make use of your ears and hands so make sure to have those nearby before hitting play.
We begin with a song game called Clap It Back about robots. But is it a song about robots? Or an homage to Phil Collins? Can it be both? This is a great way to develop Rhythmic Awareness and 80s pop icon awareness. ✪
Kids love classic Western cinema so here is an old Western folk song that also happens to be an Echo Song. So hop up in the saddle and join us on the trail. ✪
The word "Aural" is confusing when heard aurally. That is ironic. There is nothing we can do about that but what we can do is develop Aural Awareness via a game called Name That Sound. We'll play a sound, you try to name it. ✪
If you like Rhythmic Improvisation and Body Percussion then you will love Jam Along. Stomp, clap, pat and snap your funkiest groove along to our funkiest groove. ✪
We hope you enjoy our music and games for preschoolers, kindergarteners and early elementary age kids! It's like a music lesson for kids you can pack in your picnic basket.
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