Songs From The Street

Songs from the Street, the boxed set that stretches back to "Sesame Street's" debut, is the kids' record of the year, if not the decade: Big Bird and the gang might've pulled it off themselves--for a crew of fix-it store workers, shopkeeps, and goofball monsters, the talent quotient's off the charts--but when you've got this many names to drop, they've got to land somewhere. What impresses most in three /5(37).

21 rows ·  · From the opening bells and guitar of Sesame Street's instantly identifiable theme song, to the /10(6).

Songs From the Street - A Carbon Trace Documentary is the Spring student film by Carbon Trace Productions, and winner of the “Award of Excellence" from the Broadcast Education Association International Festival of Media Arts! This is the second year in a row that Carbon Trace Productions student filmmakers have received this honor. “Songs From the Street” has been entered into over Followers:

“Songs From the Street” is the Spring student film by Carbon Trace Productions. The homeless community usually is hidden away in the cracks of Springfield, Missouri, concealed from the public eye. But the Springfield Street Choir, a choir composed entirely of the unhoused, forms a sense of community and family within the homeless population. The Choir gives them a chance not only to have their Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

A-B-C's and 1,2,3's Songs From The Street: 35 Years of Music is a fantastic CD. Songs like "The Pin Ball Number Count", which teaches how to count to twelve while using a fast upbeat rhythm, and "Ladybug's Picnic" which also teaches to count to twelve using a fast upbeat rhythm. Then there are songs that teach about numbers like "I've Got Five People In My Family", which teaches about the /5(54).

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  1. Pinball Number Count - The Pointer Sisters I've Got Two - Big Bird, Oscar, Mr. Hooper and Everybody from The Sesame Street Book & Record I Love Trash - Oscar the Grouch from The Sesame Street Book & Record Nasty Dan - Johnny Cash and Oscar the Grouch from The Stars Come Out on Sesame Street Format: CD.

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