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More Songs for Learning: (Split-Track)
More Songs for Learning: (Split-Track)
More Songs for Learning: (Split-Track)
Audiobook33 minutes

More Songs for Learning: (Split-Track)

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Perform the "More Songs for Learning" by adjusting the speaker balance to remove the vocals!

LanguageEnglish
Release dateJan 1, 2001
ISBN9781467639743
More Songs for Learning: (Split-Track)
Author

Kim Mitzo Thompson

Kim Mitzo Thompson has been a children’s author, record producer, and publishing executive along with her twin sister Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand for over 29 years. Known as the Twin Sisters®, the duo have written thousands of products for children including over 3,300 songs, 550 digital albums, 250 e-books, 550 teacher resources, 15 apps, hundreds of books, and more! Thousands of their physical products can be found on Amazon and are distributed by various publishers worldwide. Their digital products are available on all major music streaming sites, e-book sites, audiobook sites, and teacher downloadable resource sites. Besides being authors, the fraternal twins run two companies, Creative IP, LLC and Twin Sisters IP, LLC. Both companies are dedicated to creating and licensing exceptional products worldwide. Kim's past experience as an elementary school teacher, lecturer, and television personality brings product development and sales expertise to the organization.

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
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    A collection of fun and educational songs that encourage interaction by clapping and dancing. This is a playful and excellent collection for young kids and their parents. The music can become a bit monotonous to parents if repeated for an extended duration, yet kids never seem to tire of it.There are some classic kids songs on this collection and I honestly hadn't heard them in a long time. I though the music and vocals were adequate and not over complex. This certainly makes sense given the audience and wanting to emphasize such things as rhythm, words, and dancing. I enjoyed it but it can get old after a while.

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