This article is in collaboration with Happy Kids Songs.
What was the last song to get stuck in your head? Was it good or bad? It’s amazing how much of an effect music can have on us. Not only can the music itself influence us, but so can the lyrics.
I monitor music carefully at our house but I don’t have to worry about monitoring the music from Happy Kids Songs. Happy Kids Songs produces music that touch the behaviors & habits of children 4-8 years old. With adult-quality music and kid-friendly lyrics spanning a variety of genres & styles, the songs from Happy Kids Songs will entertain & educate. They produce 8 albums, each with a free PDF containing the lyrics and a corresponding worksheet.
Our crew members received the following items for review:
Friends & Sharing (Vol. 1)
– Sailing on the Seven Cs (about the “Ingredients” of friendship)
– Everybody Wants to Find a Friend
– Sharing Friends (Including others in play)
– Happy as Happy Can Be
– Together (Sharing time/saying goodbye)
Happiness & Attitude (Vol. 5)
Volume 5, Happiness & Attitude starts out with
Shake It Out and Dance, a modern pop tune about turning “I can’t” to “I can.” This album also includes:
– Who Knows What’s a Kudo? (About Giving compliments)
– I Don’t Understand (Handling limitations & asking for help)
– Be Good to Yourself
– Better Together
Manners & Character (Vol. 6)
The final album received from Happy Kids Songs was Manners & Character. Topics included honesty, manners, quirks, the golden rule & how there is more than one way to view a situation.
Happy Kids Songs Workbook
In addition, reviewers received a copy of the physical Happy Kids Songs workbook. The workbook includes all the PDFs that you get when purchasing the albums, but includes many extra activities on each subject for each album.
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A big thank you to Jen Steed of Happy Little Homemaker for writing this introductory post.