Clap Your Feet!
Let’s Eat Bugs
Why Not Me?!
Funky Monkey – original by Rich Rubietta
Rich’s first CD, Room 4U & Me received a Parents’ Choice-approved Award 🙂
Many of the songs were inspired by Stories he and Jane were reading to their three children at bedtime. You know it’s a good story, when kids ask for it over and over
Flowers are Red – a new twist on a classic participatory song, by Harry Chapin
Don’t Play With Bruno– a young boy answers rejection with surprising kindness
Funky Monkey – a song that encourages respect for self and others
Headin’ Home – a young boy runs away from home but can’t escape responsibility
Cow Says Moo – interactive rhyme song by Jesse Manibussan
Clap Your Feet – a song that eventually had to be written! *
Let’s Eat Bugs – Learn a BIG word about how many people get their protein!
Arachnophobia – autobiographical song, with a cameo appearance from Miss Muffet!
Bear Hug –an opportunity to interact with neighbors, without actually touching them!
Glad Dance – a shuffle Jig: “I’m so glad to be alive, I’ll jump up and clap my hands.”
The World is Our Neighborhood – a ballad with an eye toward the world community
Peace Like a River – an active and inter-active version of a traditional favorite!
May You Find Sleep Tonight – A lullaby for all the children of the world
Vida Buena – a little boy discovers a different kind of “good life,” when he moves to an actual street in Chicago named Buena Avenue.
Almost all Choruses have been translated into singable Spanish!
* “It’s good exercise too!” says Sofiabella Amirante