Wee-phabet Songs

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Kathi Kamen Goldmark, Common Sense Media
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Terrific musicianship elevates the ABCs.

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It's all positive, if a little tedious for anyone not learning the alphabet.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that the exceptional musicianship on this album makes
these simplistic alphabet-learning tunes easy on the ears. Earnest, family-friendly lyrics teach the ABCs from A-Z using a tried-and-true formula for reinforcing the lesson: familiar songs, repetition, and appealing vocals.

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What's the story?

WEE-PHABET SONGS are a dozen cheerful, musical takes on learning the alphabet. Played by a band called WeTeachIt out of Austin, TX, the songs add an ABC-angle to upbeat tunes to help little kids memorize the ABCs. You'll hear "ABC
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Is it any good?

Good musicianship is the highlight of this CD. The songs boast versatile and energetic keyboard and rhythm tracks,
along with a bit of blistering guitar and a truly exceptional horn section.
Lead vocals are velvety-smooth and easy to hear and understand. Pre-schoolers just learning the alphabet will be enchanted.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about memorization. Can you remember the words to all the songs you heard? Can you sing the ABCs? Can you recognize written letters? When you sing the classic "Alphabet Song," do you have an "Elemeno

  • problem?"

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