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COUNTING SUPER HERO! (Counting by 1s to 100 for kids)

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COUNTING SUPER HERO
Counting by 1s to 100 for kids


To purchase this song in video format (.mp4) or audio format (.m4a), please visit www.harrykindergartenmusic.com!

WWW.HARRYKINDERGARTENMUSIC.COM
Hip songs & videos for the K-2 classroom!

- Most videos on my website: $2.49
- All audio files on my website: $1.00
- Song packs for a discounted price also available!


Check out the Harry Kindergarten Music FACEBOOK page!
www.facebook.com/groups/harrykindergarten

To contact Mr. Harry about a speaking engagement for teachers, or if you have any other questions/comments, please contact [email protected]


*Disclaimer:
Videos produced and shared by Harry Kindergarten Music are intended to be shown on the official HARRY KINDERGARTEN MUSIC YouTube channel and are NOT to be uploaded anywhere else. Please do NOT rip videos off of my channel and put them on yours. If YouTube is blocked in your school district, I graciously ask you to purchase the video or audio files from my website shown above. Happy teaching!

Q: Can my class perform a "Harry Kindergarten song" for an audience?
A: If you desire to have your class or group of students perform one of my “Harry Kindergarten” songs for an audience, please note that there is a $6.00 PERFORMANCE FEE.

Here are some hypothetical examples of performance groups:
* Students perform a song for an audience during a graduation ceremony.
* Students perform a song for an audience during a school or community talent show.
* Students perform a song for an audience during a school assembly.
If you are unsure if you need to purchase a performance license or not, please inquire at: [email protected] If you want more details about using a song multiple years or multiple classes, etc., e-mail me for a detailed PDF file.

$6.00 can be sent to:

Harry Kindergarten Music, LLC

508 Stewart Street

Bellwood, PA 16617

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