As my Job, I run Birthday Parties for children ages 5 to 12. Several of the party's have a dance theme. I want to organize CD's so I can have a CD for each age group. I am looking to make a CD for dance parties, younger children's (4 or 5) parties and then older kids. Keep in mind there are children.
and for the younger kids...theme's from some PBS shows, my 14 month old loves his Dragon Tales CD and runs to the TV whenever he hears the opening song from "It's a Big World". I know you said 5 is the youngest, but kids that old/young still watch things PBS cartoons I think
Mookie4ever wrote:My 4 year old loves 2 Live Crew. I kid you not. And yesterday he told me that he wanted to dance and pulled out my "Fear of a Black Planet" CD.
So long as he doesn't understand the lyrics I'm ok with it. Nervous but ok.
I know what you mean, my 4 yr old daughter loves Big and Rich's "Save a Horse and Ride a Cowboy" song. She has no idea what it means but I cringe when I hear her sing the words. I blame her grandfather who bought her the cd <img src=/forums/images/smiles/kiss.gif>
All I know is the 4-5 age. My daughter loves anything turned up real loud, but the Little People have a bunch of cds that have songs for that age group as a matter of fact they have a dance cd. Look at WalMart in the diaper section
JTWood wrote:And the apostrophe goes after 'childrens.'
No, it doesn't. An easy way to remember where the apostrophe goes is that the word before the apostrophe has to be a real word. You would never say "Look at those childrens." Childrens isn't a word. So the apostrophe goes before the s.
And as for the original poster's question, I'd suggest some Cat Stevens for the young kids. It's inspirational and sweet. A lot of it is all about being who you want to be.
Thanks for the correction. It was just a typo.
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