Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Happy Kids Songs - A TOS Review

Happy Kids Songs boasts of " boosting kids character, social and emotional skills". Their songs can easily be downloaded in MP3 format through their website. I received three song sets and a physical corresponding workbook for the purpose of this review.  Portions of each song can be found on their website which makes it easy to see if this style suits you and your kids needs.

The songs included are by Dr. Mac who is a child psychologist.  Each song comes from a physcological perspective.  This would easily fit into any secular school setting.   Each set retails at $4.95 but you can easily purchase the individual songs at $.99 each.

Friends & Sharing

The first set of songs is called Friends & Sharing (Set 1).

This first set contains 5 songs: Sailing on the Seven Cs, Everybody Wants to Find a Friend, Sharing Friends, Happy as Happy Can Be, and Together.
Happy Kids Songs Review

The second set of songs are called Happiness & Attitude (Set 5). 

The songs included in this set are called Who Knows What’s a Kudo?, I Don’t Understand , Be Good to Yourself, and Better Together.

Happy Kids Songs Review

The third set  is  Manners & Character (Set 6) 

We’re the Chorus, Give It Back, Diplodocus, Clean-Up Time, and Soldier of Peace.

The Happy Kids Songs Workbook includes extra activities for each of the subjects found on the albums. It also includes all the PDFs that you would get when purchasing the albums.

These particular songs are geared towards children ages 3-8. Younger kids will probably enjoy this music also due to the upbeat and child friendly style. The songs have a contemporary old rock sound to them and are reminiscent of other popular children's music.

After receiving the music, we immediately started to listen to it.  My kids ages 5 and 8 were immediately interested.   The older kids groaned and walked out of the room.  We listened to each song patiently.  Again the songs were not our style of music so it didn't go over too well.   We are not big on rock music, whether old or new, so it was a bit hard to endure.   The messages were a bit contrary to what we usually teach in our home.  We teach from a Biblical stand point with Bible being the reason we do or do not do certain things.  That being said,  it was not a good fit for our family.

If you are interested in the song sets or book be sure to check out what other members of the crew had to say about them. You can also connect with Happy Kids Songs through the following sites.

Twitter:  @howsyourfam

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