She {hearts} Kidz Bop 21

My kids have always been fans of music. Dancing and shimmying all over the house to just about any tune being played is kind of the norm around here. So when I got the chance to check out the new Kidz Bop 21 CD, I was thrilled. I already know my kids love some of these songs, like “Moves Like Jagger”, “Stereo Hearts”  and “Party Rock Anthem”, but the some of these radio versions still aren’t quite kid-friendly and not appropriate for little impressionable ears and minds. It’s a relief that we are able to listen to their favorite songs, without those not so favorable lyrics. I truly appreciate the effort put in to letting my kids listen to popular and hit songs, without the worry of the bad words or questionable situations.

Kidz Bop is the number one music brand for kids ages 5-12 and they just added the launch of their new radio show on XM Radio, Kidz Bop Block Party (tune into channel 78 on XM Radio Friday’s from 6-8pm EST). You can also find a safe and interactive social network and video sharing site for kids and tweens on the Kidz Bop website. Kids can submit videos, participate in a safe text messaging system, challenge each other in “Super Contests”, and build “Fan Pages”. Now, my two little ones are obviously too young to use the website, but it makes me feel better knowing that expert moderators have screened more than 35,000 hours of video and nearly half a million photos, all before their are published.

We can’t wait to see what Kidz Bop comes out with next, I’m sure we’ll love it!

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Kidz Bop CD’s and interactive games and videos can be found on the Kidz Bop website.

Sidenote: If you have loads of unwanted kids CDs, or even DVDs, that your children don’t use anymore, then a great way to get rid of them is by visiting www.musicmagpie.com. Here, you can earn some cash whilst also helping the environment.

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Jen

Jen of Mommy Instincts is wife to Todd, who is a lover of all things Ohio State University; mother to Jonah and Lily, writer, reviewer, music lover, researcher, activist, supporter, and so much more. Her day to day consists of getting her first grader to the bus stop on time, playing princesses with a 4 year old prima ballerina, cleaning house, and wrangling the zoo of 1 dog and 3 cats, all with a cup of coffee in one hand and an iPad playing folk rock music on her favorite Spotify radio station in the other. Read articles by Jen →

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Jen of Mommy Instincts is wife to Todd, who is a lover of all things Ohio State University; mother to Jonah and Lily, writer, reviewer, music lover, researcher, activist, supporter, and so much more. Her day to day consists of getting her first grader to the bus stop on time, playing princesses with a 4 year old prima ballerina, cleaning house, and wrangling the zoo of 1 dog and 3 cats, all with a cup of coffee in one hand and an iPad playing folk rock music on her favorite Spotify radio station in the other. Read articles by Jen →

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