Parents' Guide to

Leo's Songs

By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Positive songs encourage kids, but app is light on content.

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age 2+

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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The songs on Leo's Songs include uplifting, positive messages for kids about not giving up, using your imagination, and the importance of practice. It's encouraging to see a girl kid scientist, Marie Curie, represented here and in the related app series, Leo's Pad Preschool Kids Learning Series. Kids who are familiar with the cute characters from that series will likely enjoy them here, too, but they'll also probably miss the interactivity found there. On Leo's Songs, there's little interactivity and less than 10 minutes of content. Overall, this free app seems more like a singing promotion for the Leo's Pad Preschool Kids Learning Series than it does a true song app experience.


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