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Need Ideas for Music for Kindergarten End-of-year Project!

Hello moms!

EDIT 6-3--hey girls, I should mention that this is for a slideshow of pics from the year to display at graduation and give out to each kid.

I am putting together the end-of-year CD for our kindergarten class. I am looking for some music ideas to put on it. I have a couple of songs I am considering but would love your imput! Please give me some ideas for appropriate songs--growing up, mushy, cute, kids, etc. I will be using about a minute of each song, depending.

Thanks!

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Thanks so much for the great ideas! Whew! I appreciate it! Now, to master Windows Movie Maker.... :)

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1. Louis Armstrong "It's a wonderful world'
2. Hawaiian singer & ukelele player (Iz)Israel Kamakawiwo'ole singing 'Over the Rainbow/it's a wonderful world'
3 From the movie Little Orphan Annie "The Sun will come up tomorrow"

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My son's preschool used music from Grease and some Elvis songs and of course The Twist. It was soo cute seeing all the kids sing and dance.

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Here are some my kids love:

Stand By Me - from Kidz Bop Kids
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Let them be Little - Billy Dean
Sugar Sugar - The Archies
Crocodile Rock - Elton John
My Wish - Rascal Flatts
Happy Girl - Martina McBride

Have fun!!

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I made a CD for my nieces with songs from Radio Disney. My kids love the songs they play on the station and most are kid appropriate. I searched for Kids songs on ITunes also.

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Laurie Berkner has two songs on her CD Under A Shady Tree one is called Smile--it is precious, the other is I'm me and You are You. Also Rod Stewarts Forever Young is a cheesy sweet one about a parents teaching his/her child life lessons. Hope this helps!

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One of the cd,s I have has " my favorite things" by Julie Andrews my daughter loves it. Also theres "forever young" by Rod Stewart.If I think of anymore I will let you know

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I am putting together a DVD for the class with the
pictures set to music. I did a few searches on line
for good K songs for the DVD and here are the songs I
found:
Kindergarten DVD Slideshow Songs
·Jack Johnson- “We’re Going to be Friends” (Curious George)
·Redstone Elementary School Song
·Billy Dean - "Let them be little"
·Randy Newman - “You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
·Rascal Flatts- “My Wish”
·Kenny Loggins- “Return to Pooh Corner”
·Paul Simon– “Father & Daughter”
·Green Day- “Time of Your Life” or “Good Riddance” (Seinfeld
Finale)
·Rod Stewart- “Forever Young”
·Rob Thomas - “Little Wonders" (Meet the Robinsons)
·Rascal Flatts – “Life is a Highway” (Cars)
·Carole King – “Child of Mine"
·Sarah McLachlan – “The Rainbow Connection”
·Jack Johnson – “We're going to be friends” (Curious George)
·Trace Adkins – “Then They Do”
·Phil Collins- “Two Worlds” (Tarzan)
·Bobby Darrin - "Itty Bitty Pretty One"
·?- "Mama Said There'd Be Days Like This"
-Louis Armstrong - "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"
·Kenny Logins - "Return to Pooh Corner"
·Stevie Wonder- "You are the Sunshine of my Life”
·Duke Ellington - "What a Wonderful World" (Madagascar)

The first 3 to 5 songs I thought were the best. You can
also look into putting songs on the CD from the popular
kids movies of the year.
Good Luck!

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