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March: Sing with Your Child

girl with guitarThe time spent and a bond between a parent and a child is very important. This month is all about spending time with your child and leaving memories that will last them forever. The month of March is "Sing with Your Child Month." Your hometown library encourages you to sing, dance, and make music with your children. Found on www.musictogether.com/singmonth, are some suggestions for songs that you can sing with your family. Here is one example:

My sweet (child's name) is going to sleep (x2)
La-la, la-la-la, La-la, la, la, la. (x2)
Stars way up high,
Shining bright
In the sky----while
My sweet (child's name) is going to sleep (x2)

No matter what song it is, just make sure you are making wonderful music with your family. Below are four CDs and books that will get your vocal cords singing. Be sure to take a look at the over 500 children's music collection items found through your hometown library.

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Car Songs

A great CD for going on road trips with your kids. These songs are great for anytime your kids want to get together with their friends. 22 songs are included with classics like Old MacDonald Had A Farm; Bingo; and This Old Man.

 


Baa Baa Black Sheep

Using simple sign language, children who communicate before they speak have a head start in their development. Help your child to develop a basic sign vocabulary by singing familiar nursery rhymes while singing along.

 

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Putumayo Kids Presents: Sesame Street playground

A familiar street takes on some new sounds as songs from several international productions of Sesame Street are brought together on one collection. Sesame Street theme (show open), Pollution song, Elmo's song, Rubber Duckie, La chanson de l'amitie, The song of caretakers, Sing (The kids), Ricas frutas, Galli galli sim sim theme (show open), Traditional game song, En den dino, Don't be sad song, One small voice.

 

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Starry night, sleep tight : a bedtime book of lullabies illustrated by Gail Yerrill

A collection of lullabies with soothing rhymes and soft illustrations.

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