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The children I work with in pre-school LOVE the sticky kids CD's especially the Funky Monkey, but I would like to find something different to do with them. I have seen a post titled P.E time for Nursery where "Action Kids" was mentioned. I have had a look at the site and wonder if anyone out there has had any experience of using any of the books/CD's mentioned or can anyone recommend any other books, tapes or CD's.

 

Thanks in advance for your help,

 

Gizzy :)

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Hi Gizzy

We too use Sticky Kids which the children love. We also have the Action Kids book and CD. I like this particular book because it has so many ideas in, from warming up, dancing/pe/using equipment, to cooling down. The other thing I like is that you can mix and match as you want.

We also bought last year some of the Kids Music Education books and CDs-you can find their website here. We particularly liked Swing Thing and Feeling the Beat. They are very upbeat and easy to use. They are mostly action songs.

Linda

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We use a couple of Sticky Kids DC's which are enormously popular and easy to deliver. Just today I had their new catalogue which features several new cd's (including Wiggle & Jiggle where they say 'fun & fitness cd with range of new and traditional songs produced to ususal high quality £9.99) which may be worth exploring too, given the success of the first few - website www.stickykids.co.uk

 

PS: just cos it sounds fascinating & worthy of a quick 'surf' to find out more...

Included in the brochure was a flyer for Fischy music (emotional literacy for young children) which sounds interesting www.fischy.com

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Thanks Lind and LJW have looked at the sites recommended and will have to decide which I will purchase.

 

Maybe it will arrive in time for me to practise over the 1/2 term holidays :oxD:(:(

 

Gizzy

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