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10 Positive Kids Songs
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Hey there, fellow dads and moms! Ever found yourself googling, “What are some positive kids songs that can boost my family’s mood?” Well, you’re in the right place! And let’s be honest, we’ve all been that parent performing a dramatic lip-sync to ‘Baby Shark’ at 7 AM. Yes, dear neighbors, the concert tickets are free!
And trust me, you’re not alone in this musical quest – as a dedicated dad myself, I’ve also found solace in this query. Sure, I’ve tried composing my own kids’ songs. But, alas, my ‘Daddy’s Diaper Blues’ didn’t make it to the charts, and let’s just say, my little one was less than impressed. After all, our children’s happiness is the rhythm to our family symphony, right? And I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sure my symphony doesn’t need any more ‘blue’ notes! If you’re looking for a fun way to liven up family time, we love playing music together with our colorful Kids Xylophone.
The Magical Power of Positive Kids Songs
From twinkle-twinkle to ABCs, kids songs have always held a special place in our parenting journey. These melodic mantras can turn frowns upside down, tame temper tantrums, and teach invaluable life lessons. But here’s the kicker – finding the right tune can be like a musical game of hide and seek. So, allow me to lend a hand (or a vocal cord) in our shared quest for the perfect positive kids songs.
Top 10 Positive Kids Songs That Will Make You And Your Little One Hum with Happiness
“The Rainbow Connection” from The Muppet Movie: Much like our kiddos believing in the tooth fairy, this song encourages them to embrace life’s magic and dream big. Just remember, parents, dreams don’t come with a bedtime!
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“Under the Sea” from The Little Mermaid: Crabs, fishes, and a life lesson about contentment. Who’d have thought, right? This tune is a tropical trip to appreciating what we have. Sure, the grass might look greener, but the seaweed is pretty slick too!
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“Circle of Life” from The Lion King: This one’s a majestic reminder of our place in the world. It’s like teaching our kids why we recycle — we care for the planet, and it cares for us
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“In Summer” from Frozen: Remember when our children asked for a pet dinosaur? Olaf’s similar wish to see summer is a testament to dreaming big, however impossible it might seem.
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“A Spoonful of Sugar” from Mary Poppins: If chores were a song, this would be it. It teaches kids that a dash of positivity can turn a mountain of mess into a molehill. Or at least make cleaning it up a bit more fun!
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“You’re Welcome” from Moana: Even though it’s wrapped in Maui’s big-headedness, the song is a hilarious reminder to say our ‘thank yous’. Now if only there was a song for remembering to put the toilet seat down…
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“We’re All in This Together” from High School Musical: Much like us parents uniting against the tantrum tornado, this tune stresses the importance of teamwork. Remember, a family that dances to High School Musical together, stays together!
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“I’ve Got a Dream” from Tangled: We all have our quirks. This song is about embracing them, like how we embrace our kid’s desire to wear their superhero costume to the grocery store. It’s all about celebrating and accepting our unique dreams.
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“Try Everything” by Shakira (From Zootopia): This tune is like the musical equivalent of a skinned knee — it’s all about bouncing back from those oopsie-daisies. It’s a melodic reminder that life’s greatest victories often come dressed in stained onesies.
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“This Little Light of Mine”: This classic tells our little stars to shine bright. It’s the same idea we parents have when we ask them to clean up their rooms — “Show us what you’re made of, kiddo!” We like to play this song and dance around while picking up toys and clothes. Having a storage bin like this Collapsible Toy Organizer helps keep their room tidy in a fun way.
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And speaking of positive kids songs, haven’t we all had that moment where we desperately want to switch from ‘Baby Shark’ to some adult-friendly tunes? The answer, my friends, is a resounding yes! So, let’s shimmy over to that playlist, shall we? It’s time to uncover some adult songs that are more than suitable for our little tykes and carry a bagful of positive vibes. Because let’s be honest, who says the adults can’t groove along with the kids?
1. “Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey: Just like cheering for your little one during their first bike ride sans training wheels, this song is all about fostering that never-give-up spirit.
2. “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley: Bob Marley seems to echo our sentiment when we tuck our kids in at night, whispering, “Don’t worry about a thing, ’cause every little thing gonna be all right.” That’s right, even when teddy goes missing, it’s going to be alright!
3. “Beautiful Day” by U2: This tune is like a daily affirmation for appreciating life’s simple joys. It’s like that moment when your kid sees a rainbow for the first time – every day holds its own kind of magic.
4. “Roar” by Katy Perry: It’s the musical equivalent of that proud dad moment when your little one stands up to a bully. This song encourages us all to assert ourselves and let our inner tigers roar!
5. “Happy” by Pharrell Williams: This catchy number is like a giggle in song form. You play it, and in no time, you have a full-on family dance party in the living room. It’s all about spreading that infectious joy. We love using these Glow in The Dark party bracelets and necklaces to turn our living room into a mini rave!
6. “Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles: This classic tune is like waking up on Saturday morning to find out your kids have let you sleep in. It’s about optimism, cherishing the good times, and waiting out the storm, because, as the song goes, “it’s alright.”
7. “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong: This melody paints life’s simple pleasures in beautiful colors, much like the time you and your child spent the afternoon cloud-watching and discovered shapes in the sky.
8. “Hall of Fame” by The Script featuring will.i.am: It’s like the pump-up speech before your kid’s first soccer game – encouraging them that they can be the “champions” and the “greatest” if they dare to dream and work hard.
9. “Count on Me” by Bruno Mars: This song embodies the promise we parents make to our children: they can always count on us, whether it’s for a comforting hug, some advice, or an epic pillow fight.
10. “Imagine” by John Lennon: This song paints a picture of a world filled with peace and unity, much like the utopia our kids build with their Lego blocks.
And there we have it, fellow parents – a playlist that marries our love for music with kid-friendly tunes, turning our family time into a groovy concert. There are so many positive kids songs to choose from, it was hard narrowing it down.
As our musical journey comes to an end, I leave you with this thought: Songs aren’t just melodies and rhythms; they’re shared moments, life lessons and a truckload of foot-tapping fun. So let’s turn up the volume, belt out those lyrics, and dance like no one’s watching.
Remember, in this grand concert of life, we’re all in it together, one chorus at a time. So, what’s the one song that never fails to get your family rocking out? Share your foot-tapping stories below. After all, the sweetest harmony is the one we create together. Keep the beat going, folks!