Children’s songs are part of the popular culture of any country. They have been used to pass on simple stories and moral lessons from generation to generation. The repetition of these messages with their pleasant melodies stimulates children’s memory and enhances language development.
Nowadays, this cultural heritage has evolved into a mass phenomenon or even a point of family friction, when our baby insists on listening to the same song over and over again or we are forced to listen to these songs during the four-hour car journey to our holiday destination.
If you find it hard to listen to Mª Jesús and her accordion singing Los pajaritos or El Tallarín de los Cantajuegos for the umpteenth time, take a look at the proposals we bring you below.
A sense of humour with nods to everyday life to explore, through the children’s universe, all those things that we like, that surprise us, that make us ask questions, that scare us… and that are, in short, universal intergenerational feelings and emotions.