5 Music Apps for Kids

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The boys are super into music right now, so it’s time to share some of our favorite music apps (unless noted, these apps work with both iPhones and iPads):

  • Baa Baa Black Sheep by Duck Duck Moose ($1.99 – iphone) – Explore the island of Baa Baa, where you can row-row your boat, see Baa Baa and his friends, explore 3 underwater worlds, all while looking for matching puzzle pieces hidden throughout the island!  – This app combines two songs and it’s fun and interactive – Music plus puzzles equals lots of fun!
  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by Kiboomu ($.99 – iphone) – Aspiring toddler & preschool pianists now have a new way to take piano lessons. Jude loves the song and he loves to “play” the piano along with the song.
  • Kids Song Machine by Genera Kids ($1.99 – iphone, there’s a free version to try) – Kids Song Machine is specially designed for young children, where they can sing and learn the song lyrics, with interactive animations by simply touching the screen. This is a fun app that has 10 songs included!  There is also cute characters that the kids can interact with.
  • Ocarina by Smule ($.99 – iphone) – One of Apple’s All-Time Top 20 Apps, Smule’s Ocarina turns your iPhone into an ancient flute. With no musical training required, you’ll blow away your friends and family with your new talent. This one is a little tricky to use with the little ones, but I’m sure the older kids will love it.
  • GarageBand by apple ($4.99 – ipad) – GarageBand turns your iPad into a collection of Touch Instruments and a full-featured recording studio — so you can make music anywhere you go. Use Multi-Touch gestures to play pianos, organs, guitars, drums, and basses on your iPad. They sound and play like their counterparts, but let you do things you could never do on a real instrument. I love how this app is perfect for any age group!  Jude loves playing with the piano and the drum kits and I love the bass guitar!  The app is great because it introduces the kids to different instruments and they learn how to use them – a plus, if you are planning on having them take actual music lessons.

We hope you enjoy these apps!  Totally worth checking out!

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  • Thank you SO much for including us! What an honor :))

  • Kelly Weeks

    There is an app/book called Kasey’s Music Jams
    for Kids on the itunes store.  It is a
    book or young beginners 3 and up designed to help teach them to play along with
    music.  It is made up of 17 songs with
    vibrant illustrations and quirky song lyrics. 



    Promo video-http://youtu.be/XFEI44DYr_I

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