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Move to the Music "Bumblebee"

Move to the Music "Bumblebee" An effective video of music to move to from Laurie Berkner, a terrific singer/songwriter of music just for children. Sing and dance along with Laurie's "Bumblebee (Buzz-Buzz)" video and start building a young child's understanding of rhythm, pitch, and other elements of
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Move to the Music "Bumblebee"


An effective video of music to move to from Laurie Berkner, a terrific singer/songwriter of music just for children. Sing and dance along with Laurie's "Bumblebee (Buzz-Buzz)" video and start building a young child's understanding of rhythm, pitch, and other elements of music.

Laurie Berkner

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Elementary School

Judy O'Neill

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