15 School Appropriate Karaoke Songs for Kids and Tweens

This article will bring you to the list of school appropriate karaoke songs for kids and tweens. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. Karaoke is a compound word from Japanese “kara” which means “empty” and okesutora which means “orchestra”. Karaoke is a great pastime for everyone who likes to sing. It’s not a problem if you can’t really sing, if you do it with someone else it will be better.  When growing children, especially tweens, parents have a lot of going on in their mind, and it’s during these times when they need guidance and a help to mold them and lead them down a good path. Music can ease this type of burden where kids can pick a song that jives with their mood or make it lighter when they are down.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three school appropriate karaoke songs for kids and tweens from their list.

The first one is Fireflies – Owl City. “Fireflies” ranks 14th on our list of “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragons. It is a song by Owl City is about summer and of course fireflies. It also talks about insomnia. The song peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Even the music video features toys like a car and T-rex coming to life, which the kids will enjoy watching. The second karaoke song on our list now should be Happy – Pharrell Williams. If you are a fan of the minions, you will notice that “Happy” by Pharell Williams is the soundtrack of the Despicable Me 2 animated movie. The song was number 1 in more than 20 countries including the United States and the United Kingdom. Happy was not only performed by Pharrell Williams, but he also wrote and produced the single. At last, but not least we are recommending Go The Distance – Michael Bolton. “Go The Distance” is an inspiring soundtrack from the movie Hercules. It is an empowering song not only for athletes and those who are into sports but to all of us who are aspiring to reach our goal. The pop version of the song was recorded by Michael Bolton for the end credits of the film.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 school appropriate karaoke songs for kids and tweens.

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