Parents' Guide to

Mother Goose Club Rhymes

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Quality, fee-based video library with books, games.

App iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad , Android Free to try Education
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Is It Any Good?

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Super-smiley characters in super-cutesy costumes make songs, rhymes, and other standard preschool fare fun and highly accessible for the little ones. The Mother Goose Club Rhymes app is an easy way for young kids to access the vast library of relatively high-quality video clips. They go through all the classics in the world of preschool songs and rhymes -- though they're often not presented in the traditional way. In many songs, the lyrics and/or melody aren't what we're used to, which some parents will welcome while others may not. And though grown-ups may get tired of the videos' saccharine-sweet style, kids will likely drink it up. Most if not all of these videos are available for free on the Mother Goose Club YouTube website and YouTube channel, but the app lets kids explore safely on their own, with the option of accessing the material offline as well. And there's some content that's exclusive to the app, like some storybooks and simple games. Both categories offer decent, age-appropriate content, even if the games aren't particularly creative or inspired. Given the relatively high price for subscribing, take some time to watch videos on the website and take advantage of the app's free trial before deciding if it's worth it.

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