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I have an interview with Gymboree, what 3 children songs do you suggest I sing?

Has anyone ever had a job interview with Gymboree? Anyways, I have to sing 3 songs, any suggestions? I was thinking of singing "It's A Small World" but my mom says as much as its a kid-friendly song she thinks songs like "Mary Had A Little Lamb" will be better.

Asked By: luckyxfighter - 4/10/2009
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I think you should use songs that incorporate hand movements, or movements the children can do. They are not looking for someone with a great singing voice, they are looking for someone who is upbeat and loud when singing with the kids. Using your hands, and body will show that you know how to run a circle time and get... More
Answered By: Prodigy556 - 4/10/2009
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WHeels on the bus, all kids like that one. When youre happy and you know it Itsy Bitsy .... another oldie but a goody
Answered By: DK23 - 4/10/2009
 
I would sing songs that get kids to participate actively, such as "B-I-N-G-O, The Itsy Bitsy Spider, and I Love You (from Barney)." Good luck with the interview.
Answered By: Moon - 4/10/2009
 
Any interactive song The Hokey Pokey Alice the Camel The Itsy Bitsy Spider The Farmer in the Dell Songs that gets kids moving, gymboree is an active environment. You don't want to give the impression of a choir environment. Hope this Helps, happy Holidays :)
Answered By: momofthreekidz_3 - 4/10/2009
 
My daughter and I use to sing theses songs when she was little. 1.Apples and Bananas from Barney 2.Its a Small World - I really like that song. 3.Heads,Shoulders,Knees and Toes.
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Answered By: Scarlett's Mom. - 4/10/2009
 
I teach Kindergarten - go for interactive it holds the kids attention and keeps them moving! We like the hokey pokey, the wheels on the bus, and Sally the Camel. You may want to watch Barney or other children's programming to watch how the adults interact with the children during the songs!
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Answered By: April - 4/10/2009
 
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