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Travelling Songs CD

product code: 135410

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Great sing along songs to make any journey fun. Tracks include The Grand Old Duke Of York, The Wheels On The Bus, I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside and many more:

She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain
I Saw Three Ships
The Grand Old Duke Of York
Row Row Row Your Boat
The Wheels On The Bus
The Runaway Train
Car Car
One Man Went To Mow
Down At The Bus Stop
The Big Ship Sails
Farmer Brown
Aeroplanes Aeroplanes
I Saw A Ship A-Sailing
Humpty Dumpty
The World Is Big
Do You Know The Muffin Man?
Riding My Bike
Donkey Riding
The Ants Go Marching In
Bobby Shafto
Morningtown Ride
Daisy Daisy
The Little Blue Train
Yankee Doodle
Three Little Men In A Flying Saucer
Pussy Cat Pussy Cat
I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside
Peter Piper
Steam Train A-Rolling
Old Macdonald
This Old Man
O What A Silly Song
Summer Holiday
The Bear Went Over The Mountain
Cars And Trains

How does this help my child ?

  • Imagination
    Stimulates Senses

    This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their SENSES.


  • Height: 12.5 cm
  • Width: 14.2 cm
  • Depth: 1 cm

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