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Little Feet Music | I'm Getting Dressed By Myself Today | Kids' Songs | Nursery Rhymes | Best Songs

THIS SONG WAS A SEMI-FINALIST IN THE INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION!

Cool new video Little Feet Music and Rachel – one of the best children’s music entertainers!

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Here’s The Wheels on the Bus! • The Wheels on the Bus | Nursery Rhyme… Listen to more great Little Feet Music Songs here:

🟢 Spotify – all of our songs in one great playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4nB01Y942IcXpFA8yoMnR7?si=0d22eab5f8b14f30

🟣 Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/au/artist/little-feet-music/481397774
🟣 https://music.apple.com/au/artist/rachel-parkinsons-little-feet-music/1279477677

🔵 Amazon Music: https://www.amazon.com/music/player/artists/B0068XMBKA/little-feet-music

🔴 YouTube Music: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-FpyOBEl8mcfyZFwMwIuQ

Website: https://www.littlefeetmusic.com.au
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Email: littlefeetmusic@gmail.com

Little Feet Music makes amazing original songs and nursery rhymes for kids that adults love too. Kids love jumping and dancing to our interactive, engaging and entertaining songs. Music uses more parts of your brain than any other activity and is incredible for children’s development.

Little Feet Music songs have been in the International Songwriting Competition six times!

Check out other great videos!
Humpty Dumpty!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skdQXO1kmVY

I’m Going to Big School!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9L5K_J73ac&t=0s
This song was a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition too!

Songs about learning and education.

I’m getting dressed by myself today,
I’m getting dressed by myself,
I’m getting dressed by myself today,
I’m getting dressed by myself.

Buttons and velcro,
And laces and ties,
Zippers and undies,
That aren’t the right size.

But,
I’m getting dressed by myself today,
I’m getting dressed by myself,
I’m getting dressed by myself today,
I’m getting dressed by myself,
It’s the first time I’ve tried.

I’ve cleaned my own teeth,
And I’ve brushed my own hair,
But where are my socks?
Are they under that chair?

I’m getting dressed by myself today
I’m getting dressed by myself
I’m getting dressed by myself today
I’m getting dressed by myself
It’s the first time I’ve tried

Sleeves to find arms for,
And feet for my shoes,
Which one’s the left and right?
I’m so confused.

I’m getting dressed by myself today,
I’m getting dressed by myself,
I’m getting dressed by myself today,
I’m getting dressed by myself,
Yeah!

Daniel J. Levitin is a neuroscientist, cognitive psychologist and musician. His research into music, and particularly children’s music and movement and the affects on their lives. He says:

• Babies love to listen to music. Decoding the mysteries of melody, pitch and rhythm is fun for little brains that are hard-wired to analyse musical sounds from birth.
• Singing together releases a hormone called oxytocin, which gives feelings of trust and bonding.
• Humans are the only species that can synchronise their movements to music
• Playing a musical instrument involves the brain much more than just listening to music. Learning to play an instrument activate more parts of the brain that any other activity. Reading music promotes visual spatial awareness, motor planning, memory, anticipation, so much more brain activity leads to higher intelligence overall – around 7 IQ points.
• Children who play music develop an attention system faster than those who don’t.
• Movement, music and emotion release a feel-good hormone called dopamine
• The more we respond to music by moving to it, the more we activate the pleasure circuits of the brain and the more the brain releases dopamine.
• The connection between music and mood starts early. Gentle rocking to soft soothing sounds makes baby feel contentment. Flying around the room to happy sounds evokes feelings of joy and excitement. So babies aren’t just having fun, they’re learning to feel human emotions, and we need emotions to survive
• As far as the brain is concerned, pleasure is pleasure – it doesn’t matter where it comes from. It’s easier to train the musical brain when you are younger, because babies brain uses music to develop its intellectual muscle (we can hear long before we can see)
• Scientists believe that hearing music in the womb stimulates the growth of long-term memory.
• Some of infant’s first memories are musical memories. Infants will remember pieces after birth that were played to them in utero.

KIDS LOVE MUSIC!
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