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Growing Up With Ella Jenkins
Genres: Folk, Pop, Children's Music
For generations, singer-storyteller Ella Jenkins has captivated audiences young and old with her educational, engaging songs for children of many cultural backgrounds. This recording captures Ella Jenkins and children from... more »
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For generations, singer-storyteller Ella Jenkins has captivated audiences young and old with her educational, engaging songs for children of many cultural backgrounds. This recording captures Ella Jenkins and children from the Mary Crane Day Care Center performing a collections of songs, chants, rhythms, rhymes, poems, dances, and games involving counting, snapping, clapping, and skipping. The majority of the songs and poetry on this recording are Ella?s own compositions, and the others are those of friends she has made in her travels. A fun, interactive collection of songs, Growing Up With Ella Jenkins is ideal for boys and girls ages 3-9. Notes and lyrics, 41 minutes
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Lillerenee | 12/12/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Timely delivery of an excellent CD in excellent condition.
This is a wonderful CD, especially for children 2-5 yrs. old. Drawing children from their own home and family to the neighborhood, and on into the big world is the charming adventure led by a beloved teacher with a special gift for communicating to children via games, poems, rhymes, rhythms, and dances. It is infectious and genuine. I was not sure that "my" boys would respond to this calm, old-fashioned call-and-response method of instruction when they exclusively watch Disney shows and Nickelodeon. However, to my delight, they were immediately captivated by Ms. Jenkins. The CD includes all kinds of musical activity. There are a couple of songs that make counting and subtracting lots of fun. I bought the boys their own kazoos which they love to play along with Ella Jenkins while they ride in the car. This is a good opportunity to introduce the children to instruments, and gives them an opportunity to match pitch and phrasing.