A lot or a little?
The parents' guide to what's in this music.
What parents need to know
Parents need to know that Emmy-winning funny guy Wayne Brady's album teaches kids all about manners, good behavior, hygiene, and eating vegetables, but in a way that's so fun and danceable that kids may not even realize that they're learning. There's no questionable content.
What's the story?
Is it any good?
If you're tired of nagging your kids to eat their veggies or say "thank you," then DJ Wayne's appealing tunes just might do the trick. Sounding like Will Smith doing a children's album, Radio Wayne offers smooth beats and a fun, kid-friendly twist on each track. Little ones will love the silly oinking and mooing in the Doctor Doolittle classic "Talk to the Animals," while "You Are What You Eat" will have your preschooler rapping about vegetables. This is one album you'll be happy your kids want to listen to again.
Talk to your kids about ...
This album teaches about "letting it out" in positive ways such as deep breathing, counting to 10, etc. What are some ways you can "let it out" when you're really mad?