Get ready for some giggles! Today’s preschool music recommendation is a goofy, fun song that will have your preschooler laughing and singing along before long.

Caspar Babypants, along with Frances England, had a stroke of genius when they created Loud and Quiet. Really, I wish I’d written this song.

If you’re not familiar with Caspar Babypants, I’m thrilled to be making this introduction. {You may know lead singer, Chris Ballew, from his other band, The Presidents of the United States of America.} Caspar Babypants is a Seattle-based band and they make tons of engaging, creative, and all-around enjoyable kids music. Frances England is also a prolific and delightful children’s musician. I highly recommend checking both of these artists out.

Loud and Quiet

is from Caspar Babypants’ album Sing Along.


Basically, “Loud and Quiet” is a simple song about animals — loud ones and quiet ones. It’s easy to catch on to, but not so simple that it get old quickly. If you’re a music teacher or just any type of preschool educator, you might find this useful for helping teach the difference between loud and quiet sounds. I love it because it gives my students a chance to make some noise, but keeps them from getting too crazy. And, they really start to pay attention to how loud their voices are (especially on the quiet animals!).

Find Loud And Quiet here on Amazon or on itunes.

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What do you think of “Loud and Quiet”? Go check it out and then come back and let me know what you think in the comments below! I’d love to hear your kids respond to it!