High Five: Fruit & Veg Month

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

This week Kinderling High Fives some deliciously funky food songs to celebrate Fruit and Veg Month 2016.

Fruit & Veg month is a NSW Government initiative that puts the spotlight on all the healthy foods that kids can have fun eating. But that doesn't mean families right across Australia can't take part!

Listen out for Vegetables are Funky! by The Vegetable Plot (the official Fruit and Veg Month theme), alongside lots of other great fruit and vegetable songs all this week. 

The Vegetable Plot NSW tour dates

Formidable Vegetable Sound System national tour dates

  1. Track
    1. Bro Colini (Vegetables Are Funky)
    Artist
    The Vegetable Plot
    Listen
  2. Track
    2. Banana Mambo
    Artist
    Paloma Rose
    Listen
  3. Track
    3. Eatin' Weeds
    Artist
    Formidable Vegetable Sound System
  4. Track
    4. Watermelon
    Artist
    Justine Clarke
    Listen
  5. Track
    5. Fruits and Vegetables (Carrots)
    Artist
    Play Date
    Listen

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