Word Party Songs

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Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media
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Cute animals star in music videos for littlest kids.

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Educational Value

Songs teach early vocabulary words like colors, opposites, and more.

Positive Messages

Learning is fun. Singing and sharing knowledge are too. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Characters are positive and friendly, but short songs don't have much of a story.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Word Party Songs is a series of music videos featuring the characters from Word Party, a show that helps preschoolers with literacy skills. Songs cover topics appropriate for very young children like colors, opposites, and lullabies.

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What's the story?

Each episode of Word Party Songs is a short music video featuring the animated animal babies from the Word Party series. Bailey, Franny, Kip, Lulu, and Tilly dance and sing in front of bright backgrounds. Song topics include colors, opposites, sounds, dancing, bedtime, and noodles.

Is it any good?

Young kids will enjoy the fun characters, bright colors, and catchy songs. Word Party Songs is similar to other sing-along shows for very young kids like Little Baby Bum and Cocomelon. While other music video content on Netflix is an hour-long compilation of songs, each song on this show is a new episode. This will be great for kids who want to watch a specific song over again, but may be slightly bothersome if kids watch all songs straight through on autoplay. The songs are fun but may become annoying to parents whose children ask to play them on repeat. Also, because so many lyrics are crammed into each song, kids may have difficulty actually learning the educational content.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the vocabulary words featured in the songs. Why is learning new words important? What are some fun words to say and sing? 

  • Dance with the Word Party friends! Can you copy their dance moves? What other shows and activities help you get moving?

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