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sheeba mathew says ...
The description of the CD sounds fun and it has piqued my interest.Never have come across this series before but would love to now. Hope I win.
07/14/2011 6:51:58 AM CDT
diana says ...
my daughter is a huge fan. this collection is a nice way to teach and lean about different languages and cultures through music. it has prompted many interesting questions!
07/14/2011 6:51:58 AM CDT
sam says ...
My kids would love this. Very cool!!!
07/14/2011 6:57:05 AM CDT
Nan says ...
My daughter's Lilo & Stitch luau a few years ago was super fun!
07/14/2011 7:05:52 AM CDT
Michelle says ...
A science experiment party at a friends, in the backyard.
07/14/2011 7:06:45 AM CDT
Kyle Stedman says ...
Exciting stuff! I don't have kids yet, but if I win these CDs I'll still dance around the living room holding a watermelon.
07/14/2011 7:07:16 AM CDT
Noreen says ...
My kiddies love any musical beats that make you stomp your feet! Each day, my boys get a music and dance lesson both at home & at their pre-school! We would love to donate this to the our Treasure Harbor School! With budget and program cuts, its more important than ever to keep exposing & fostering a love for music and culture within or children while they're young.
07/14/2011 7:19:10 AM CDT
Sandra says ...
One of the best children's parties my eight year old daughter attended was a winter overnight. Staying up to make cheese pizza English muffins and hot decaf tea with spicy chai seasoning was a late night snack winner. Putamayo lullabye CD's were perfect!
07/14/2011 7:19:29 AM CDT
Julie says ...
We had a cowboy party in the middle of winter. We would have themed it The Man From Snowy River, but very few of our friends had heard of the 80's classic, even though our then-3yearold was obsessed and would reenact it every chance he got.
07/14/2011 7:29:18 AM CDT
David says ...
We enjoy this collection. The music sure does brighten the day through our ears.
07/14/2011 7:30:06 AM CDT
UptownJacq says ...
What a great way to introduce kids to other cultures through the world of music & dance!
07/14/2011 7:30:18 AM CDT
Lara Thomas says ...
Our family loves the Putumayo CDs! Thanks for the giveaway.
07/14/2011 7:30:35 AM CDT
RC says ...
Love the Putumayo cds --- something for every mood
07/14/2011 7:32:08 AM CDT
Elizabeth says ...
Have given two as gifts. Great for the parents who will have to listen also.
07/14/2011 7:35:09 AM CDT
Jennifer Derman says ...
The best kids party we have been to/thrown was actually my son's 4th birthday party. We had Eric Energy perform, and not only did he totally engage a room full of 3 and 4 year olds, he taught them a thing or two about science and the world around them. Now that's my kind of party, and something that I can feel good about.
07/14/2011 7:37:21 AM CDT
Julie Nations says ...
The best kids' party I ever threw was a Princess Party to raise money for the Ellie Fund - a breast cancer non-profit that provides childcare, transportation, housekeeping, groceries and prepared/delivered meals free of charge for three months to hundreds of breast cancer patients and families across Massachusetts. Boston Sports Club donated the space, volunteers provided nailpainting (non toxic polish from Piggy Paints), facepainting and crafts, photobooth by Opensade studios, a beautiful signing princess, performance by Friends of Broadway, and healthy snacks generously provided by Whole Foods. It was a wonderful team effort. (And we raised $5,000 to directly benefit local families!)
07/14/2011 7:50:53 AM CDT
Maria says ...
Love the work you're doing - keep it up!
07/14/2011 7:54:18 AM CDT
Natasha says ...
Putumayo music collections are a fantastic way of introducing kids to a variety of music; I truly haven't come across anything else that comes close. We put together a "construction" party for my then 4-year old - black table cloths were decorated with yellow tape with street divider signs and orange cones; obstacle course included running with a wheelbarrow full of (paper) bricks; and the birthday boy had to break through a (paper) brick wall with a construction wrecking ball to "rescue" his cake. It was a blast, and we still - 3 years later - get great comments about the party.
07/14/2011 8:02:21 AM CDT
Jennifer says ...
We've loved these since our youngest of five was an infant. Thanks so much for sharing this opportunity!
07/14/2011 8:06:53 AM CDT
Marty says ...
I'm 60+ and this sounds like a CD set I would like to enjoy! I guess some of us haven't grown up yet.
07/14/2011 8:07:57 AM CDT
Mitchell Zweibel says ...
What amazes me is how quickly kids relate the other cultural sounds and groove to it without pause.
07/14/2011 8:08:01 AM CDT
Jennifer says ...
We've loved these cd's since our 10-year-old was an infant. All five of our children have grown up enjoying them? Thanks so much for sharing this opportunity!
07/14/2011 8:10:04 AM CDT
Nicole Tuescher says ...
We love these cds too.
07/14/2011 8:10:48 AM CDT
steph says ...
I love these cds!
07/14/2011 8:12:37 AM CDT
Michelle says ...
The best kid's party I attended was one where there where lots of adults and kids, with great food, good music, lots of outdoor activities, games and great conversation for the adults. No theme - just great people and well behaved children who still had fun.
07/14/2011 8:15:39 AM CDT

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