OUR LATEST CHILDREN'S VIDEO ANIMATION! Dance All Over the Map- Sometimes it's hard to focus, for kids and grownups too.  I know it's like that for me, sometimes...And sometimes...your imagination just runs away with you and you get caught up in a wonderful fantasy ride! Come along on this one and have a great time!

This song was a big hit back when I was teaching music at my elementary school. In fact, my 3rd/4th grade chorus sang this song as part of a Multicultural Festival, and the audience loved it as much as the children:) Yes, children can offer lessons to grownups sometimes...in ways to get along. It's included in the Children's Music Network Tuneful Tuesdays, and in their Multicultural Songbook. Here it is, in its latest video incarnation...Enjoy!

I've been studying watercolor painting as another means of creative expression. It's so fulfilling.  And so I am moved to share our Monet's Garden song:) We know you will love it as much as we do!

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We're back from The Children's Music Network Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona- so incredible!! We've written lots of new children's songs and we shared our music and networked. It was so beautiful where we were staying, like a retreat for musicians...so perfect:) And we even sold a bunch of CD's at their gift shop! 

When I was little, no one ever talked about feelings. You were supposed to just act like a grownup. And not let your feelings show... But everyone has feelings. Children have them. And grownups do too. To start our New Year 2020, we have animated this cheerful, adorable little song, where you can address those feelings that are all yours. And all normal. Please share with the children in your life. Or the little child in you:)

Did you ever have an imaginary pet when you were little? Follow the adventures of the children playing,  in the animation of our activity song "It Goes This Way," and you will be transported back to the very best parts of your childhood. Who knew following directions and pretending could be this much fun?  (On to project number 3:) Thanks again, Tommy Cha:)