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Patty Shukla DVD Review and Giveaway

My kids love music, do yours?  I enjoy having kid's music on that encourages learning, fun, and movement!

Thank you to Patty Shukla for sending me 2 DVD's for review and sponsoring the giveaway.  :)  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.

The DVD's arrived in the mail the day before Thanksgiving break... perfect timing!  :)  On the first day of Thanksgiving break we watched/danced to both DVD's.  

The first DVD was done using a green screen and my kids enjoyed it but I got a little dizzy with the camera work on it.  The songs were still fun and enjoyable for my kids but I must say that volume 2 was done with better quality!  The clips were filmed outside so no green screen was used.  :) The songs on both discs are fun, educational, and incorporate a lot of movement.  

Here is a video clip: 



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Comment from a reader that I wanted to share!!!
 Blogger Jenn said...
My daughter LOVES her! My daughter has a sensory processing disorder and needs a LOT more sensory movement and input than most kids. Her teacher at school uses this during those times when kids would need to wait around. It allows children to get in that activity and movement and gives them a direction to there actions not just running around and getting more hyper! My daughter LOVES to dance along and sing these songs!!!!

Comments

Jenn said…
My daughter LOVES her! My daughter has a sensory processing disorder and needs a LOT more sensory movement and input than most kids. Her teacher at school uses this during those times when kids would need to wait around. It allows children to get in that activity and movement and gives them a direction to there actions not just running around and getting more hyper! My daughter LOVES to dance along and sing these songs!!!!
Coach Debi said…
I am a PE teacher at a preschool (kids age 2-5) and I stumbled across Patty's website via Pinterest this summer. I immediately bought her first DVD and my preschoolers absolutely love it. I look forward to adding more of Patty's songs and dvd's to our class!
Rachel said…
My favorite children's song is the wheels on the bus.
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Rachel said…
I also entered your piggy paint giveaway:)
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Unknown said…
My favorite kids song is "Do your ears hang low."
Sara said…
My favorite kids song is Going on a Bear Hunt by Dr. Jean
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Anonymous said…
I don't know the name of it but its a song about various sea animals swallowing each other up.
Anonymous said…
I entered for the parking pal magnet.
J__Nel said…
Wheels on the bus is a classic!

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