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    What are your fav kids music CDs?? We don't have any and I would like to play some more kid type music during the day for DD. She LOVES music and loves to dance. She is 18 months.



    Any suggestions?

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    I'm also interested to know, I have a few kids dvd's but no cd's. I reckon it'd be nice to play them thru the day as well.

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    We play alot of our Kindermusik music that we get from our classes when we join up as part of their programme. It's a big part of our day.

    We have lots of kids music we found on i tunes on our Ipod that DD listens to and jumps around too aswell..... and she loves dancing to The Wiggles!! We play a wide range of kids music. Also some classical music too like Baby Einstein is great we have always listened to that since she was really young. It's fantastic for their vocabulary!!

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    we have a double CD called Music for Toddlers- its great- hokey pokey, old mc donald etc
    DS2 loves it
    otherwise playschool make CD's- look in the ABC shop
    there is one that is like a greatest hits of kids songs lol

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    We tend to listen to the Wiggles and playschool ones

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    We have some play school ones (cheap in Big w), wiggles and some other mixed kids songs ones from big w.

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    Putumayo! Check out Latin Playground, African Playground, French Playground, there's a Reggae one as well. They're really good for dancing, not too cutesy (I cna't stand that) and "real" Adults will also enjoy.

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    Ooh....thanks for all the suggestions!!

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