From Road Trip to Teeth: KIDZ BOP
About a year ago, we finally upgraded our van. As much as I hated the idea of a car payment, the idea of being broken down on the side of the road bothered me even more. We checked out both vans and SUVs and decided on the Honda Odyssey. It’s filled with all kinds of gadgety doohickeys that our prior Nissan Quest didn’t have. Mostly because a lot of the technology wasn’t even available when we bought the Nissan.
There was one feature I didn’t know I would love so much: SiriusXM Satellite radio. I can listen to stand-up comedy, Fox News or CNBC stock market news while out and about. When we take road trips, I don’t have to worry about fiddling with the radio searching for something besides static in the middle of the night in the middle of nowhere.
As a bonus, the kids have music when they want it. Music they like. Before our Christmas road trip, we printed out a new channel listing. We were thrilled to see KIDZ BOP has a dedicated channel. It can be a little unsettling when you realize that traditional pop channels allow words that young children shouldn’t be saying. With KIDZ BOP, we don’t have to worry about that.
As we’ve mentioned in the past, we’re big fans of the KIDZ BOP brand. Not only does it clean up trendy songs but it also has given kids opportunities to go beyond singing in the shower. They have their own KIDZ BOP talent search program! They’re also working with Universal Studios on the “Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem” ride. As part of the promotion, they’re running a “Minion Mayhem Super Contest.” The winner and the winner’s family will win a trip to Universal Studios Hollywood for the grand opening of the new ride. The contest runs through January 27, 2014 so head over there and enter.
Of course, don’t forget to check out the latest release in the series: KIDZ BOP 25. Featuring songs like Roar, Wrecking Ball, Royals and Applause, it’s sure to be a hit with the kids in your family. Whenever a new KIDZ BOP comes out, our girls make sure to tell us all about it (over and over and over again) until they have it! If your kids are the same way, KIDZ BOP 25 is available from our affiliate, Amazon for a very affordable price.
Oh yeah, we also tried out the new KIDZ BOP Tooth Tunes, too. While my daughter thought it was really cool to hear music while she brushed her teeth, she said it wasn’t loud enough. As a parent, I love the idea of the timer and if a quiet dose of music in the background helps a child brush for two straight minutes, then I’m all for it! Sometimes, it takes tools like that to establish the good habits and at a price of less than $15, it’s well worth it.
For more information on KIDZ BOP, their latest products, promotions and contests, visit their website.
12 thoughts on “From Road Trip to Teeth: KIDZ BOP”
I love the fact that when my children listen to Kidz Bop, I don’t have to worry about them hearing any inappropriate words. Plus, the kids really enjoy all of the fun music.
I’m glad your kids have found something that they enjoy! I like finding “clean” remixes of songs.
My 6-yr old is SUCH a huge fan of Kidz Bop! I like that they’re age-appropriate and sung in groups. They’re fun to dance to too. 🙂
My kids are just now getting into the kidz bop! I like that I don’t have to watch the lyrics.
I used to be a huge fan of kidz bop as a kid. Especially since I wasn’t allowed to listen to the original songs. It’s nice that they make all the current hits more kid friendly.
KidzBop sounds like good healthy fun for young kids and teenagers. I wish something like that was around when my kids were younger.
I have to agree with you about SiriusXM Satellite radio. I love it and everything it offers.
Never heard of it but if it does great things for kids… I’m for it.
I think my kids would love something like this. My son is only 3.5 but LOVES to dance. My almost 6 year old loves singing and dancing as well.
I remember how much my kids loved Kidz Bop. They don’t really go for it now, but I can’t believe Kidz Bop is on #25! That’s great
My step kids loved Kidz bop when they were younger. When ever we would ride in a car they would ask for it over the same songs with out the kids singing. I think they still like it because they have gotten our 6 year old into kidz bop.
My kids love Kidz bop! That is one of their favorites in the car! I actually like it too!
My kids aren’t into music as I am but I’ve loved listening to the kid versions of adult songs. The toothbrush sounds delightful though and my youngest might enjoy that.