I just pulled up my really long spreadsheet that tells me which song I should be writing about this week and groaned. This might be my most requested song (especially by 4 and 5 year olds). But, consequently, I’m sick of hearing it.

So for my sanity, I will share it with you quickly and move on to an extra bonus that I actually feel like writing about.

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The Crazy Dance

My students love this song and some classes ask about it every week. I’m actually able to use it as an incentive for good behavior. And to be fair, it really is a fun song. It’s off an album titled Party Like A Preschooler by Go Fish.

This album is a great collection of super upbeat and pop versions of songs you probably already know. (Insider tip: if you’re an Amazon Prime Member, this album is free to listen to on Prime Music). Or to try before you buy, check it out on Spotify.

So for some fun times dancing, make this a go-to album!

A Bonus Recommendation

On the other end of the spectrum, I wanted to share some beautiful music for enjoyable listening for those times when you just want something chill to play (sort of the polar opposite of The Crazy Dance).

I’ve recommended one song by Frances England before, but that was in January, so I thought you might need a refresher! She’s a singer/songwriter who has several GREAT albums for kids (and one for adults too!).

And, here’s a really fun tidbit: you can listen to her whole albums on her website for free. Check her out and let me know what you think! I’d love to hear what your favorites are.

Thanks for reading and have a great week!

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