Hello Donkey Potato
I am introducing a new episode titling concept that is akin to how certain race horses are named. See, this episode contains pieces of previous episodes as well as new material. Thus, the episode title pays homage to that lineage to form the poetic phrase: "Hello Donkey Potato." Race horse names are often nods to their parents i.e. a horse named Waffle Toes may have been sired by Brekky Pie and Foot Fingers. I expect this innovation to spread rapidly throughout the world of podcasting. It is my gift to the industry...my legacy. But enough about the title, what fun music and games for kids lies within these 1s and 0s?
We begin with a Time To Move movement game called Bubble Bubble Pop. Kids will use their hands, fingers and claps to perform a dance that develops small motor skills AND big movement thrills. ✪
Nextly, we share a Noodle Loaf version of the Echo Song mega-hit, Down By The Bay. This was recorded when Joni was a good bit shorter than she currently is. Not to worry, I have adjusted the mic to accommodate her latest height. We've added our own punchlines to this song. How did we do? ✪
Who doesn't love a listening skill building game like Name That Sound? I don't want to give away any answers but let's just say you're going to need an extra pair of socks to play this one. ✪
A Tiny Song that is about a Donkey Farm and about how everyone is going there tonight. Not too much to add to that. ✪
We hope you enjoy our music and games for preschoolers, kindergarteners and early elementary age kids! It's like a music lesson for kids you can play at 1.25x speed.
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