Inside: Next time you or the kids have a case of the crankies, fire up this playlist of dance music for kids and boogie away the bad mojo. No Yo Gabba Gabba here! In our family, the person who makes it home first from work or school on a Friday afternoon has an important responsibility: Set everything up for our official Friday night family dance party. Nothing beats that feeling of walking in the door, hearing the notes of happiness reverberate through the house, and stepping into the living room to see your whole family dancing and giggling. Plus, dancing is good for your health in lots of ways, from heart health to stress levels and more. Research shows that babies and toddlers especially get a big dose of happy when moving their bodies to a rhythmic beat.
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Here are other kids' dance tunes representing the best and brightest of modern kid-friendly music that will have you and your family dancing, laughing, thinking, and most definitely not making chomping motions with your hands. The Los Angeles-based husband-and-wife dream team of Lucky Diaz and Alisha Gaddis steals hearts with this funny, danceable gem as silly as the word "Thingamajig" itself. Fans can move on to their brand-new album, Buenos Diaz , which just came out and has a few winners of its own. Put on your best dancing shoes and your s flapper frills, and crank up this song for your babies. This evergreen hit sounds as fresh and vital today as it did when it first broke through in These two guys, Justin Lansing and Joe Mailander, are terrific humans, Grammy winners, and true geniuses. Told from the point of a view of a brown paper lunch bag on a field trip to the museum, any child who has ever been on or dreamed of riding a big yellow bus to the city on a school trip will have a context for this funny song.
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