Dancing With Baby Animals

The Animal Dance | Songs for Babies & Nursery Rhymes for Kids. Dancing with Baby Animals on Spotify. Dance ‘n Beats

If animals danced how would they move?

Show me how many you can do

Do the Kangaroo Jump

Do the Hippo stomp

Do the Penguin Waddle

Do the Duck Paddle

If animals danced how would they move?

Show me how many you can do

Do the Elephant Sway

Do the Swan Ballet

Do the Cheetah Dash

Do the Whale Splash

If animals danced how would they move?

Show me how many you can do

Do the Snake Wiggle

Do the Jellyfish Jiggle

Do the Crocodile Snap

Do the Wombat nap (Aw, come on wombat, wake up!)

If animals danced how would they move?

Show me how many you can do

Do the Bear Hug

Do the Leaping Frog

Do the Eagle Glide

Do the Dolphin Dive

Do the Creeping Spider

Do the Prowling Tiger

Do the Clucking Chicken

Do the Walking Pigeon

Do the Rhino Shuffle

Do the Butterfly Flutter

Do the Fish Swim

Do the Silkworm Spin

If animals danced how would they move?

Show me how many you can do

Do the Dog Wag

Do the Crab Crawl

Do the Grumpy Gorilla

Do the Cool Caterpillar

Do the Swinging Monkey

Do the climbing Koala

Do the Horsey Gallop

Do the Bunny Hop

Do the Swooping Magpie

Do the Hovering Fruitfly

Do the Clapping Seal

Do the Twisting Eel

Dancing with Baby Animals Song is a  Most Popular Cocomelon Nursery Rhymes for children. This is one of the songs about a children’s bathroom, produced by Cocomelon. Include songs and lyrics for babies.

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CoComelon’s 3D animation and songs create a world that centers on the everyday experiences of young children. In addition to helping preschoolers learn letters, numbers, animal sounds, colors, and more, the videos impart prosocial life lessons, providing parents with an opportunity to teach and play with their children as they watch together.

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