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JAM: Music for Movement with Children, was born out of Charity Kahn's JAM Sessions -- music and movement classes for little people and their big people. All songs have accompanying movements, and one need only read the track list to get a feel for the kind of creative play and joyful fun these songs will inspire in your kids. Themes range from animals to trains to body-as-instrument to counting to yoga to the infamous Creeper Walk. You and your kids will love to listen and move to these tunes at home, on the road, wherever...again and again and again!
Charity's beautiful voice and ingenious harmonies permeate the recording, as do the originality and insightfulness of her songwriting. Instruments include piano, bass, guitar, mandolin, flute and percussion. Appropriate ages: All! For more of the same music and movement fun, check out Charitys other family music releases: the award winning (2004 Parents Choice Approved Award) Charity and the JAMband: Peanut Butter and JAM, and recently released Charity and the JAMband: Rock Your Socks Off, all available here on amazon.com.
Catchy and fun, these songs really inspire movement, dance, and creativity. The music is a pleasure for adults and kids. -- A mom
Charitys pleasing voice and musical approach ... and clever original songs ... will please young children, parents and teachers alike. -- Common Sense Media, April, 2005
I can't get enough! My son and I love her music and love is what you'll find in every song. -- A mom
My daughter enjoys dancing to it and I love it too. Recommended for any child that likes to dance. -- A mom
Such a wonderful variety of songs. They move the listener physically, emotionally, and spiritually. No road trips without it! -- A mom
I live in Wisconsin so I needed something that would get my preschoolers moving in the classroom. This CD is perfect for that!Published 20 months ago by Angela
The girls love this one, we have them all. Gets the kids up and dancing and singing, that's all good.Published on December 28, 2012 by Almeeker