Downloading Your Class Music & More

Instructions for Downloading Your Class Music

Fun news!  In addition to getting your class CDs last week, you can also download all your class songs as mp3s from http://play.kindermusik.com.
All you have to do is type in the code from the postcard included in your Home Materials.
Even better, for those of you who are new or haven’t downloaded from play.kindermusik.com before, when you register online you get an additional 10 FREE downloads in music.

Here are a few fun albums we recommend:

For kids in the “Village” age range…

  • Wiggle, Waggle, Loop-de-Loo! – This is probably my favorite album on the site for the littlest ones.  It has bumblebees as the theme and is full of fun and sweet songs that we still love to listen to at our house.
  • Sailing to Dreamland – If you’re looking for a soothing album, this one is full of lovely lullaby instrumentals.
  • The Alpha Building Crew – While this album is for a little older crowd, I can attest that my boys both have loved all the songs about building and construction.  If you have a child who will be 18 months in the very near future, this might also be a great way to get them started on their ABCs.

For kids in the “Our Time” age range…

  • 10 in the Bed – This is a cute album with lots of animal songs with several features by the folks who did the music for the “Zoo Train” summer camp.
  • Head, Shoulders, Knees, & Toes – A very active album, Head, Shoulders, Knees, & Toes includes some new songs, some old favorites, and even a few remixes from Kindermusik classes that will get you moving all over the place.
  • Noodles from Scratch – While one or two of these songs may overlap with your Milk & Cookies CDs, this album is full of fun folksongs on the cooking theme using jazzy arrangements.

For kids in the “Imagine That!” age range…

  • Any of the albums listed in the “Our Time” age range.
  • Critter Giggles – This fun album has an animal theme and is full of fun songs I remember singing in my childhood like “Sally the Camel” and “Waddaly Atcha”.
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears & The Three Little Pigs – This fun set includes a retelling of these traditional stories in a Broadway style.  They’re perfect for 3’s and 4’s who are starting to enjoy listening to recordings of stories and/or who soon may like acting out stories as well.

For kids in the “Young Child” age range…

  • America the Musical – My kids adore this goofy album full of folksongs and factoids from American History.  They begged for it over and over for months.
  • Riddle Me This – Here’s another fun set of stories (no songs) to help develop early literacy skills and give you something a little different to add to your collection.
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