Parents' Guide to

Mother Goose Club

By Conny Coon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 2+

Videos, songs, and activities bring nursery rhymes to life.

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age 2+

Based on 13 parent reviews

age 2+
I like what you’re doing with Mother Goose Club. My 1 year old likes seeing other kids on tv instead of watching cartoons all day and she sends them kisses and waves goodbye when they finish their songs. I understand how some people liked the beginning of Mother Goose Club including me, but i also like how it changed, even tho i miss the other kids it is still really good to watch, it kinda reminds of Zoom show back in the day. Keep it up!
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age 2+

Super cute show

My son is obsessed with dancing and singing along to the mother goose club songs.

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Is It Any Good?

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Mother Goose Club is an off-shoot of a television show produced locally in Nashville, TN, by a mother who is also an educator and a former television producer. For a time, the program aired on Nashville Public Television and is slated to be released on DVD in the near future. The sole focus of the site is to present nursery rhymes to preschoolers in a way that’s engaging and energetic so they will want to sing, clap, do finger plays, and repeat the rhymes. These actions will help them develop a feel for the sounds and structures of language. As the colorful, energetic characters introduce the Mother Goose rhymes in brief, entertaining skits, children are introduced to characters, drama, simple story structure and a host of new vocabulary words, all building blocks for early literacy. For young kids (and parents who may need a nursery rhyme refresher) this is a pleasant, safe place to stop in and play for a while.

Website Details

  • Genre: Educational
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 5, 2015

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