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  • Singable Songs Collection by Raffi
  • Singable Songs Collection by Raffi
  • Singable Songs Collection by Raffi
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Singable Songs Collection by Raffi

  • Recommended Age: 2-3 Year Old
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This three-disc set takes children's singer Raffi's first three (and arguably best) albums, Singable Songs for the Very Young, More Singable Songs, and The Corner Grocery Store and More Singable Songs, and packages them all together.

The Singable Songs Collections goes through all types of songs -- from traditional to country-inspired, to calypso, to folk, to just silly.

It includes tracks like I've Been Working on the Railroad, Down by the Bay, Goodnight Irene, You Gotta Sing, Who Built the Ark?, and Baa Baa Black Sheep, making for a very appealing collection, music that's fun for kids and their parents alike.

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Why Our Experts Love It

Raffi is a classic singer who we all grew up with.

He has classic songs like I've Been Working On The Railroad to more modern and country songs.

We love this collection of Raffi songs because it has a little bit of everything - classics, to country to modern.

This has all of Raffi's favorites and most singalongable (is that even a word?) songs!
  • Brain research has concluded that music helps lead the way for learning in other areas, particularly in language abilities. The musical exposure your child will get from this CD will go a long way so it is the perfect baby toy.
  • Here are just some of the creative ways you can interact with your child and this CD:
  • Sing With Your Child - You may not be the next American Idol, but chances are your child will think of you as their idol even if you cannot carry a tune, young children will not notice and you will probably have a lot of fun together.
  • Introduce Your Child to Different Types of Music - Add variety to your childs life by playing a different type of music each day, whether it is classical, country, rock, rap, big band, jazz, hits of the 50s, 60s and 70s, camp songs, or simply good old-fashioned childrens music.
  • Music is a Performance - Kids love to perform. Just put on a favorite CD or tape and encourage your children to dance, sing, and enjoy themselves.
  • Make Music with Things Around the House - Get creative and look for everyday things that you can transform into a musical instrument. How about making maracas out of plastic bottles: simply fill them with some dry beans and seal for a couple of instant shakers.
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