Create Happy Kids In Your Home

We were given the chance to review the Happy Kids Songs and their Happy Kids Songs Workbook: Hands-on Activities to Build Character, Social & Emotional Skills as a part of the SchoolHouse Review Crew in exchange for an honest blog review.

Happy Kids Songs Review

At first I was a bit excited about this review with my kids because I know they could use some help learning some more proper social skills. This is especially true of my two and six year olds. Those two are little selfish bullies. They are also really jealous of each other a lot! It pains me to admit these terrible traits that these two have, but it’s my harsh reality.

I was chalking Zeva’s attitude up to her age, but it seems the older she gets the worse she is becoming. I’m in the process of reigning it in big time. Delbert is also getting a lot of corrective behavior as well. I thought these Happy Kids Songs would be a fun way to incorporate a different mindset in them both.

Both of them LOVE music, but these songs don’t capture ANY of my kids attention AT ALL! I personally cringe when I’m listening to them. I know that sounds overly harsh, but we listen to music almost ALL day long in our home of various kinds. (In fact, it’s really hard for any of us to be overly productive unless music of some kind is playing the background.) It’s hard for something to make a difference when no one is paying attention.

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Now the workbook on the other hand was VERY resourceful. We were able to take the same songs and add our own beat to them and that made it fun. Delbert enjoyed doing the workbook portion of this review. He loves to draw and color and there is a LOT of that throughout the workbook. You can get the workbook for $12.56.

I can say that he’s TRYING really hard to improve his behavior. He is not being as much of a bully. He is also being a better friend to his siblings. He is also trying to teach Zeva how to express herself in a more positive manner. For that I’m grateful because it was getting bad between those two!

These products are geared towards 4-8 year olds per the company’s website. However, the songs I think are better for babies up to 3. I’m a firm believer that babies can learn even when they are babies. I think the workbook is good for kids 3-8 though. You can purchase the CDs with five songs on each CD for $4.95. There are eight discs altogether.

Available Happy Kids Songs CDs

Happy Kids Songs Review
1.) Friends & Sharing- This covers the “essential ingredients of friendships, tools for reaching out to others, sharing time together, saying goodbye, being happy with friends and including others in play.”

2.) Social Skills & Bullying- This covers the “tools for assertiveness and dealing with bullies, taking turns with others, celebrating differences, and including others in play.”

3.) Feelings & Fear- This covers “songs that are both educational and highly entertaining.”

4.) Practice & Success- This covers “songs that tap into themes such as overcoming shyness, handling life’s up and downs, persistence in effort, the importance of practice in achieving goals, and rising above adversity.”

5.) Talking & Listening-  This covers “the fun and importance of working out conflict and upsets, expressing feelings through words, the value of listening, speaking to others in a constructive manner, and being assertive.”

Happy Kids Songs Review

6.) Manners & Characters- This covers “the value of honesty, learning manners and saying “please”, appreciating differences in others, being considerate, and honoring multiple perspectives.”

Happy Kids Songs Review

7.) Happiness & Attitude- This covers “positive thinking, giving compliments, handling limitations, and pathways to happiness.”

8.) Respect & Responsibility- This covers “respect for possessions, responsibility to others, responsibility for actions, as well as love and respect for others.”

You can purchase these products by visiting Happy Kids Song website. You can follow Happy Kids Songs on Facebook, Twitter,  YouTube, and LinkedIn.

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We were given the chance to review the Happy Kids Songs and their Happy Kids Songs Workbook: Hands-on Activities to Build Character, Social & Emotional Skills as a part of the SchoolHouse Review Crew in exchange for an honest blog review. At first I was a bit excited about this...
We were given the chance to review the <a href="http://happykidssongs.com/" target="_blank">Happy Kids Songs</a> and their <a href="http://happykidssongs.com/buy-now/" target="_blank">Happy Kids Songs Workbook: Hands-on Activities to Build Character, Social & Emotional Skills</a> as a part of the SchoolHouse Review Crew in exchange for an honest blog review. <center><a href="http://schoolhousereviewcrew.com/happy-kids-songs-review/" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1202.photobucket.com/albums/bb374/TOSCrew2011/2014TOSCREW/Happy%20Kids%20Songs/happykidssongslogo_zps0adf7190.png" alt="Happy Kids Songs Review" border="0" /></a></center> At first I was a bit excited about this review with my kids because I know they could use some help learning some more proper social skills. This is especially true of my two and six year olds. Those two are little selfish bullies. They are also really jealous of each other a lot! It pains me to admit these terrible traits that these two have, but it’s my harsh reality. I was chalking Zeva’s attitude up to her age, but it seems the older she gets the worse she is becoming. I’m in the process of reigning it in big time. Delbert is also getting a lot of corrective behavior as well. I thought these Happy Kids Songs would be a fun way to incorporate a different mindset in them both. Both of them LOVE music, but these songs don’t capture ANY of my kids attention AT ALL! I personally cringe when I’m listening to them. I know that sounds overly harsh, but we listen to music almost ALL day long in our home of various kinds. (In fact, it’s really hard for any of us to be overly productive unless music of some kind is playing the background.) It’s hard for something to make a difference when no one is paying attention. <a href="http://www.tidbitsofexperience.com/create-happy-kids-in-your-home/create-happy-kids-in-your-home-2/" rel="attachment wp-att-8516"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-8516" src="http://www.tidbitsofexperience.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Create-Happy-Kids-in-Your-Home-1.jpg" alt="Create Happy Kids In Your Home " width="700" height="606" /></a>   <center></center> Now the workbook on the other hand was VERY resourceful. We were able to take the same songs and add our own beat to them and that made it fun. Delbert enjoyed doing the workbook portion of this review. He loves to draw and color and there is a LOT of that throughout the workbook. You can get the workbook for $12.56. I can say that he’s TRYING really hard to improve his behavior. He is not being as much of a bully. He is also being a better friend to his siblings. He is also trying to teach Zeva how to express herself in a more positive manner. For that I’m grateful because it was getting bad between those two! These products are geared towards 4-8 year olds per the company’s website. However, the songs I think are better for babies up to 3. I’m a firm believer that babies can learn even when they are babies. I think the workbook is good for kids 3-8 though. You can purchase the CDs with five songs on each CD for $4.95. There are eight discs altogether. <h2>Available Happy Kids Songs CDs</h2> <center><a href="http://schoolhousereviewcrew.com/happy-kids-songs-review/" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1202.photobucket.com/albums/bb374/TOSCrew2011/2014TOSCREW/Happy%20Kids%20Songs/Friends-Sharing-CD_zps3b7ad9b3.jpg" alt="Happy Kids Songs Review" border="0" /></a></center>1.) <strong>Friends & Sharing-</strong> This covers the “essential ingredients of friendships, tools for reaching out to others, sharing time together, saying goodbye, being happy with friends and including others in play.” 2.) <strong>Social Skills & Bullying</strong>- This covers the “tools for assertiveness and dealing with bullies, taking turns with others, celebrating differences, and including others in play.” 3.) <strong>Feelings & Fear-</strong> This covers “songs that are both educational and highly entertaining.” 4.) <strong>Practice & Success</strong>- This covers “songs that tap into themes such as overcoming shyness, handling life’s up and downs, persistence in effort, the importance of practice in achieving goals, and rising above adversity.” 5.) <strong>Talking & Listening</strong>-  This covers “the fun and importance of working out conflict and upsets, expressing feelings through words, the value of listening, speaking to others in a constructive manner, and being assertive.” <center><a href="http://schoolhousereviewcrew.com/happy-kids-songs-review/" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1202.photobucket.com/albums/bb374/TOSCrew2011/2014TOSCREW/Happy%20Kids%20Songs/Manners-Character-CD_zps1551a1b9.jpg" alt="Happy Kids Songs Review" border="0" /></a></center> 6.) <strong>Manners & Characters-</strong> This covers “the value of honesty, learning manners and saying “please”, appreciating differences in others, being considerate, and honoring multiple perspectives.” <center><a href="http://schoolhousereviewcrew.com/happy-kids-songs-review/" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1202.photobucket.com/albums/bb374/TOSCrew2011/2014TOSCREW/Happy%20Kids%20Songs/Happiness-Attitude-CD_zpsbb7eb922.jpg" alt="Happy Kids Songs Review" border="0" /></a></center> 7.) <strong>Happiness & Attitude-</strong> This covers “positive thinking, giving compliments, handling limitations, and pathways to happiness.” 8.) <strong>Respect & Responsibility-</strong> This covers “respect for possessions, responsibility to others, responsibility for actions, as well as love and respect for others.” You can purchase these products by visiting Happy Kids Song <a href="http://happykidssongs.com/buy-now/" target="_blank">website</a>. 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I'm a SC wife and homeschooling mother to three kids and a few animals. My family loves to share our life experiences with you one blog post at a time at Tidbits of Experience . We enjoy telling you about products and services that will make your life better in some way. I LOVE interacting with new people and networking. I look forward to getting to know you more. Feel free to contact me at tidbitsofexperience@gmail.com.
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Comments

  1. says

    We’d probably avoid the songs too after your review. That workbook sounds useful though!
    Theresa Gould recently posted…Mabels’ LabelsMy Profile

    Public CommentUserWe'd probably avoid the songs too after your review. That workbook sounds useful though!
  2. says

    Having a happy family is so important. Thanks for being honest in your CD review, it’s hard to listen to something over and over again when you don’t care for it personally.
    Tammy Litke recently posted…Madame Picasso (Book Release) + GiveawayMy Profile

    Public CommentUserHaving a happy family is so important. Thanks for being honest in your CD review, it's hard to listen to something over and over again when you don't care for it personally.
    • says

      You’re welcome for the honesty. I was afraid of being this honest. However, the redeeming factor was the workbook. The words of the songs are really worth hearing and using. I’m so glad that we had the workbook.
      Crystal recently posted…Bloggers Wanted for FREE Opp-LuguLake Portable Bluetooth SpeakerMy Profile

      Member of Tidbits of ExperienceAdministratorYou're welcome for the honesty. I was afraid of being this honest. However, the redeeming factor was the workbook. The words of the songs are really worth hearing and using. I'm so glad that we had the workbook.
  3. says

    I know the feeling! However, I feel this way about kids’ songs in general, especially the Frozen song. I love that this comes with a workbook, though.
    HilLesha recently posted…Protect Your Laptop with Absolute LoJack #AbsoluteUncoveredMy Profile

    Public CommentUserI know the feeling! However, I feel this way about kids' songs in general, especially the Frozen song. I love that this comes with a workbook, though.
  4. says

    Realizing our children aren’t perfect is hard, but it’s important to see the areas that they can improve & address them. It sounds like this workbook is perfect for helping making positive changes. Whether the music is for you or not, we all have areas to improve.
    Crystal recently posted…How to Load the DishwasherMy Profile

    Public CommentUserRealizing our children aren't perfect is hard, but it's important to see the areas that they can improve & address them. It sounds like this workbook is perfect for helping making positive changes. Whether the music is for you or not, we all have areas to improve.

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