If you like smoothies then you'll love this new episode of Noodle Loaf. It's got mangoes (rhythm games), bananas (singing) and freshly squeezed orange juice (mad-lib style story games). Press play and take a gulp!
Our Clap It Back game gives you and your family a chance to learn rhythmic phrases. Syllables, cadence, rhythm, tempo, beat...so many skills to glean from this game. It also incorporates a technique used in music classrooms and pedagogies like the Suzuki method. Things get tricky as the game goes on, so hold on to your smoothies! ✪
This Echo Song doesn't have a lot of words. Some songs don't need a lot of words to do what they need to do. Other songs (like Hurricane by Bob Dylan) need a ton of words. This is not that. The name of this song is "Sister Oh Sister" and it is meant to evoke feelings about the people in your life, after all. ✪
We recently found a half filled book of Mad-Libs on a neighbors' stoop. We had a lot of fun with it and it was exciting to see how different another families brand of hijinks felt in comparison to our own. This game is similar. It is called You Make The Story and your job is to add your own words to help tell the story. In this case you are opening up a pizzeria. Good luck with your new pizzeria endeavor! ✪
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 slurp up like a smoothie but without the brain freeze.
I wrote a book!!!: ✪✪✪ FAMILIES CAN - an Amazon Best Book of the Month - by Dan Saks and Brooke Smart available from Penguin Random House ✪✪✪
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