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My Lovely Lycra
Singing songs with lycra is always a mat time favourite! Now available in 4 different bright colours and a handmade and handprinted bag to keep it in good condition. Let us know what colour you want in the notes upon check out. Choose between blue, hot pink, red, or orange. You could even collect the set!
Includes: Lycra and bag
Size: Lycra size approx 1 x 2 metres
The Bestest and Horriblest Songs for Children
THE BESTEST & HORRIBLEST SONGS FOR CHILDREN by Fatcat & Fishface- A collection of the most popular songs from Fatcat & Fishface’s five great albums. THE BESTEST AND HORRIBLEST SONGS FOR CHILDREN brings together the hits of a decade.
The Jungle is Jumping
THE JUNGLE IS JUMPING by fleaBITEFinalist for Best NZ Children’s Album 2015.Grab your insect repellent and check out the best kids’ album to beat it’s chest and swing through the trees. 13 fab new songs travel off the beaten track…there’s adventure on the high seas, a night time duel with a mad mosquito and Dr Suess inspired salsa.Features special musical guests from critically acclaimed NZ group The Phoenix Foundation.
Five Green and Hungry Frogs
Five Green and Hungry Frogs… A great sing-a-long that children love! Sing this infamous song using these awesome illustrations of each character turned into magnets!
Includes: 8 illustrated magnetic pieces
Five Round Cupcakes
Sing a long with props to the much loved 5 Cupcakes song! (adapted) Includes play money too. Cupcakes come on popsicle sticks so children are able to hold them!
Includes: 5 laminated cupcakes on popsicle sticks, song and 5 pieces of laminated play money
Tiny Tim Magnetic Props
I had a little turtle… His name was Tiny Tim. A great sing-a-long that children love! Sing this infamous song using these awesome illustrations of each character turned into magnets.
Includes: 5 illustrated magnetic props
Poi is the Māori word for ‘ball on a string’. The poi dance has been used for many centuries, first by indigenous Māori of New Zealand, especially wahine (females). These days, Poi are used as a form of entertainment, dance, fun and to enhance coordination. This is a great activity to encourage learning and discussion about Māori culture in your classroom.
Includes: 1 set of Poi, 4 poi activity info sheets