Come and sing and dance with the Fairies, with their first ever Fairies DVD box set!
The Fairies music clips DVD's from Fairyland Songs V1 and V2 are extremely entertaining for children who love to sing and dance.
Fairyland Songs V1.
When Harmony and Rhapsody discover tiny ballet slippers, they remember childhood days of fairy ballet, and decide to spend the whole day dancing with their friends. From jazz to tap, tango to rock 'n roll, boot scooting to ballet, the fairies discover so many different kids of fan-fairy-tastic songs and dances.
Fairyland Songs V2.
Featuring all of the Fairyland friends singing and dancing their way through the Snuggery, Elf's kitchen, the vibrant Fairyland and the Top of the Garden. Fairy Dancing is full of beauty and friendship and the sprinkling of glitter and magic that is The Fairies.
I love The Fairies! And so does my 2 and a half year old daughter (ha ha). They are a pleasure to watch. All the songs have a story being told in it, whether it's about exercise, honesty, the time or on the beach, each song has it's own story to tell.
All the songs are choreographed simply enough for young minds to master, and there are only a few big words here and there, so it is easy for kids to sing along.
Heck after me listening to it once, I have the tunes and songs pretty much in my head, especially 'Jump Jump Star... A little ditty for you...Jump Jump Star Jump Jump Star, slide wiggle wiggle wiggle slide....Jump Jump Star Jump Jump Star, slide wiggle wiggle wiggle slide....' Can you see how it's catchy??
In this group there are two fairies, a magician, an elf and a bee.
All of the group take turns at being the lead singer. I can't compliment this group enough, they are fantastic... So fantastic they have been asked for now more times than the Wiggles are, and that's saying something!!!
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