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Critter Songs
Critter Songs
Critter Songs
Item#: 180
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Running Time: 12 minutes
G Pre-6
Clara Pincus

 

"Recommended. Infectious, toe-tapping rhythms back catchy, provocative lyrics about animals, self-esteem, and conservation."
- Booklist

"Unlike many children's song videos, the children in this program look like they are having a great time singing and are not just mouthing the words."
- Video Rating Guide for Libraries

"Children age three to seven will enjoy this video because of its entertainment value. Because of the short length, the video should be useful in a classroom situation, providing a means to explore various animals, creative art, or self-esteem concepts."
- Video Rating Guide for Libraries

"I liked how you show kids being part of something important, and how you show everyone can be a part of nature."
- Cheryl Christiansen, 5th Grade Student

 

- Merit Award, International Wildlife Film Festival
- Honors Winner, National Parenting Publications

 

 

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Critter Songs is a celebration of our connection with the animal world. This upbeat video features two catchy songs and a mixture of live action visuals and children's artwork. The theme of the first song, "Critter Song," is that by observing animals, admiring them, and working on their behalf, young people will also discover more about themselves. The song is illustrated with visuals of children participating in projects and activities that involve animals.

The second song, "All God's Critters Got a Place in the Choir," (composed by Bill Staines) presents the idea that we are all interdependent and valuable. Critter Songs is an inspirational and interdisciplinary video useful in science, nature, art, music, and language arts classes, and also helps to build self-esteem among students.

A discussion and activity guide is included featuring questions by discipline and a range of projects and resources.