High Five: Rainbows and Sunshine

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

With songs about learning, movement and lots of colour, Rainbows and Sunshine is great for tots getting into music, so their self-titled album is our High Five this week!

It introduces pre-schoolers to action and movement in 'Are You Ready', includes upbeat extra verses added to the familiar ‘Row Row Row Your Boat’ and teaches new languages in 'Toodle Toodley Doo'.

Lively, kid-focused and didactic, Rainbows and Sunshine is a great addition to your family’s music collection. You can check out a bunch of their animated videos on YouTube for more fun.

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