Manage episode 287617630 series 2855347
Fun. Fun Music. Fun Music For Kids. Fun Music For Kids And Their Grown Growns. Fun Music For Kids And Their Grown Growns That Involves Saying The Names of Birds Wrong. i.e. Curdnal.
Pretty Birdies - Echo Song - A repeat after me song about different birds! But we're not just singing bird names over here, we are singing them incorrectly because that's something we like to do. I don't know if your kids will learn about birds by singing along but there's a chance they'll develop their senses of pitch and rhythm. ✪
Learn About Tablas with Sufyan - Noodlino Sufyan is a 7 year old from Brooklyn, NY who has been studying how to play the tabla. He tells us a little about the instrument and demonstrates a couple bols (rhythmic sequences) that he has learned. He is cool. Tablas are cool. You are cool. ✪
Clap It Back - In this rhythm game about drums of the world, we clap back the rhythms of phrases describing various world drums over Sufyan's tablatastic grooves. It's a bit of music appreciation mixed with some drumming fundamentals. ✪
KaraYOUke - If your child has been waiting patiently for someone to ask them to write a song about donkey teeth, then they need wait no more! This game asks you and your children to write your owns based on prompts you hear. We provide the music and the prompts, your family writes the songs. It's a songwriting lesson and a mad-lib but more fun than either one by itself. ✪
We hope you enjoy our music and games for preschoolers, kindergarteners and early elementary age kids! It's like a music lesson but it's free and you don't have to drive to it.
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