YouTube, Google Play and KidSongs.com are a few good sources for kids songs. The Super Simple Songs YouTube channel features original kids songs about cleaning up and getting dressed, and it also has well-known songs, such as “The Alphabet Song.” Users can listen for free to individual songs or playlists, which provide up to 75 minutes of music. Other free channels with kids songs include Mother Goose Club Playhouse and Lottie Dottie, which has both English and Spanish songs.
Google Play offers kids songs and videos through multiple apps, such as the Nursery Rhymes For Kids app. More than 100 songs are featured, and 24 of them are free. “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” “London Bridge” and “Wheels on the Bus” are some of the popular kids songs available, and there are original songs about animals, fruits and the alphabet. Google Play also has a free YouTube app called YouTube Kids, which offers seasonal themes and a customizable home screen.
Kidsongs.com provides downloadable songs and albums. “A Tisket, A Tasket” and “Mary Had a Little Lamb” are classic kids songs available individually, and compilations feature themes such as baby animals and vehicles. The website also offers CDs and DVDs for purchase or download, and users can also stream them online.