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Children’s Music Concerts with Patty Shukla

Children’s Music Concerts with Patty Shukla. Are you ready for the best children’s music concert in your city this summer? Dance, jump, spin, balance, wiggle, boogie and learn at the same time with me, Patty Shukla. Our summer music tour starts in Florida, goes up the East coast, over to the mid-West and down to Texas! 18 shows […]

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New CD Release, I Like To Dance and Sing!

Children’s music reviewed by well known NY writer and dad, Jeffrey Cohen. One dad’s music and miscellaneous blog. Two hundred million views can’t be wrong. No, I’m not talking about the latest video from Psy (the Korean rap star behind Gangnam Style). It’s of course children’s music entrepeneaur Patty Shukla, who returns this month with her latest […]

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The New Raffi, Patty Shukla

Article written by Whitney Boyd. Patty Shukla CD Review – Wiggle It! Remember when you were a kid and you listened to Raffi non-stop… over and over and over again? Well, I have found the new Raffi. Patty Shukla is a singer and songwriter whose music is absolutely addicting for kids. My boys are addicted, […]

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It’s a Small World!

It’s a small world! Something magical happens when we hear music. What is it that brings children together? Is it the beat? Is it the words? Is it a feeling? I don’t know the answer. All I know is what I see. Every time I do a live show with hundreds of children of all […]

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Exercise Music Videos For Kids

The Stay at Home Mom Survival Guide blog by Jaimie Rickson It can be tough to get kids moving when you are stuck inside. I have a solution for you! This will get your little ones moving-and even getting exercise-while inside. I used these when I was too sick to really keep up with my […]

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Preschool Ready with Music, Song and Dance

Mom in the Now blog by Tove Maren Stakkestad My favorite way to get the kids preschool ready is with music, song and dance! Recently I had the stereo cranked UP as I was driving around with the kids in the car. In true mom-fashion, the tunes I had blaring were of course children’s songs […]

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How To Burn Off Your Kid’s Energy Indoors

Baby Talks blog by Jing Cucio On days that we don’t feel like going out and there is nowhere to channel her ENERGY, we turn to Musical PE. Music and movement is such a perfect match and I really wished we had this during our days. Well, yes, we did, kind of. But probably not […]

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Children’s Music for 4-7 Years Old

If you have children that are ages 4-7 years old, click here for 48 music videos that will be perfect for them. Everything from colors, counting and shapes to jumping, dancing, fun songs that will make them smile! Below are some worksheet pages too, from my work book “English, Math & Science for Early Learners” […]

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Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

How do you reduce, reuse and recycle? It’s important to me that my children are responsible and know how to recycle. They know that all glass, plastic bottles, cardboard boxes, yogurt containers and you name it go into the recycling bin. It is a great feeling knowing that we have an impact on everything we […]

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Children’s Music for 0-3 Years Old

If you have children that are ages 0-3 years old, click here for 39 music videos that will be perfect for them. Everything from basic sign language to jumping, dancing, fun songs that will make them smile! Below are some coloring pages too, from my work book “English, Math & Science for Early Learners” Enjoy! […]

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Learn Colors through Songs

When my son was little, I remember my husband trying to teach him colors. Once we were at a restaurant and the kids got a coloring paper and crayons. Like a magician, Neel would sort the colors out and say “Ok, this one’s yellow, this one’s red and this one’s blue”. He’d mix them all […]

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Educational Songs for Children

Some songs are silly, some songs tell stories and some are educational. I’m always surprised that there are many more songs in categories one and two and not three. Why? After all, children learn best through music and interaction. Counting, shapes, fruits, soft and loud, consonants, colors, sight words, days of the weeks and so […]

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