Loo Loo Kids: Johny & Friends Musical Adventures

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Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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YouTube channel spin-off is musical fun for preschoolers.

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Educational Value

Songs teach about counting, subtracting, movement, animals, and social emotional lessons like exploring and getting along with others. 

Positive Messages

Dancing, singing, playing, exploring, and spending time with friends and family are all fun. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Adults watch over young children. Kids interact positively with one another. 

Violence & Scariness

Monkeys fall out of bed or fish may nip a finger, but no one gets hurt. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Loo Loo Kids: Johny & Friends Musical Adventures is a spin-off of the popular YouTube channel LooLoo Kids. It features lots of popular songs and nursery rhymes that preschoolers will enjoy singing and dancing to (and parents may find irritating after a while). Occasionally characters fall, or get bitten by a fish (per the song’s lyrics), but no one really gets hurt. There's no marketing, violence, or other inappropriate content to be concerned about. 

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What's the story?

LOO LOO KIDS: JOHNY & FRIENDS MUSICAL ADVENTURES, a spin-off of the popular YouTube channel series, is an animated series featuring children’s nursery rhymes and classic songs. Baby Johny loves music, and enjoys dancing with his family, friends, and others. Whether they're moving to classic songs like the Hokey Pokey, or contemporary ones like Baby Shark, Johny's crew always has lots of fun.

Is it any good?

Each installment of this bright and colorful five-episode series features a long list of popular children’s songs that young preschoolers will be drawn to. Johny, along with the people around him, encourages movement, dance, play, and exploration. Songs like 10 Little Monkeys teach numbers and counting, while a range of others provide opportunities for social emotional learning. Adding to the fun are the range of animals, vegetables, and other objects that join in the fray. Granted, adults may find the music tiresome after a while, but on the bright side, young kids will enjoy the positive entertainment that Loo Loo Kids: Johny & Friends Musical Adventures has to offer. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about their favorite childhood songs and nursery rhymes. Can you remember all the words or lyrics? 

  • Loo Loo Kids: Johny & Friends Musical Adventures features some popular contemporary songs as well as classics. What makes a song stick around over time? 

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