Popcorn Bopping: Dance-Along Mixes of Favorite Kids' Songs
You've never heard Primary songs like this! In this sing-along,
dance-along collection, your children's favorite songs have
been rearranged in a way the whole family can enjoy. Perfectfor road trips, family time, or any time!
- Popcorn Poppin
- "Give," Said the Little Stream
- Pioneer Children Sang As They Walked
- I Hope They Call Me on a Mission
- I Have Two Little Hands/Hinges/Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes Medley
- The Handcart Song
- Follow the Prophet
- Hello Song/Fun to Do Medley
- If You're Happy/Do As I'm Doing Medley
- Book of Mormon Stories
- Saturday/When We're Helping Medley
- Oh, What Do you Do in the Summertime?
- My Heavenly Father Loves Me
By Really Elizebeth?, Submitted on 2015-05-20
Elizabeth - primary music is NOT sacred - and it's extremists like you that drive me crazy. Have you heard the average primary class sings these songs? I can assure you that they do more damage to the "sacredness" of the songs than this remix ever could. Clearly you haven't walked around Deseret Book lately. They sell books on Spiritual Sex, dragons and witches, and Mormon stand-up comedy which makes light of and pokes fun of our culture and people like you; just to name a few...get over yourself. We can't stomach listening to the singing on the originally released primary cd's from the 80's and are happy that they are getting a face lift. Club-style may not be our thing - but we hope to see more, vocally-talented, modernized remakes of these songs for our kids to listen to.
By Mamarazzi, Submitted on 2015-04-07
This is such a fun CD! My boys ages 7-9 really dislike singing in primary because they say the songs are too slow, and boring, but with this cd they are playing them all throughout the day! They are the ones turning it on, and are actually singing along! I LOVE that they finally have a desire to learn the primary songs, because you just can't help but sing along to these versions! It's kind of like Kidz Bop but super catchy and fun! If you have kids, especially older kids these cd's are a must have!! Thank you Compilation for making them!!
By Rebecca, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This is such a fun cd! My kids and I both enjoy listening to it. It is upbeat and catchy. I find them, and myself, singing the songs with enthusiasm all throughout the day. It is a wonderful alternative to other 'modern music'. Love it! :D
By Jennie, Submitted on 2015-02-25
To each his own, but really, the pearl clutching going on in these reviews is laughable. I wouldn't suggest playing any of this music in Sacrament or Primary. Instead of drawing children towards the "evil" that is dance club music, it is making appropriate lyrics more fun. Heaven forbid we should be more fun. I much prefer this CD to anything we can find on the radio, and it's something I can listen to without getting seriously annoyed (those Little People CDs being the most annoying). Lighten up, y'all. It's for fun, and it IS fun. I'd rather my children know the lyrics to these songs than any others. Or should we only ever play MoTab for our kids?
By Amber, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Received this as a gift from my parents. This takes the primary songs my girls like and brings them forward to to the 21st century. They are fun, danceable and thoroughly enjoyable by our entire family. We "Bop" all round town singing and van-dancing! Can't wait for the next one and the next one and the next one!!!
By Astrid, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This a great mix of songs for kids with personalities. For those who feel this is irreverent, what do you plan on doing when it's time for your children to attend stake dances? What better way to teach your kids to do the "sprinkler" or "lawnmower," and other classic stake dance moves, than to these songs. It's great to see kids having fun to good clean lyrics. It is not the beat of music that makes a song inappropriate, it's the lyrics. No inappropriate lyrics here, unless I missed something. Let loose and have fun!
By Marianne, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Our entire family LOVEs this CD! If you are looking for wholesome, fun sing and dance along songs, there's nothing better! The mixes are current; yet tasteful, respectful, and well sung. The songs on this CD are what I would consider to be "fun" Primary songs to begin with. Popcorn Bopping makes road trips fly by, is a great soundtrack for chores, and is perfect for an impromptu family room dance party! A great addition to your music library!
By Kara, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Many people have mentioned that this music disrespects the sacredness of the Primary songs. But I feel that the songs on this cd are the ones already meant to be fun! Both my 6 year old and 22 month old love to sing and dance to this in the car. And it's obviously a better choice to listen to than ANY other choice on the radio, but still is fun and upbeat. We still listen to the original primary songs, but this is an exciting alternative that even my husband can tolerate for more than a few minutes. I would definitely recommend this to anyone with young children!
By shanna, Submitted on 2015-02-25
FINALLY a fun upbeat change to our favorite songs. We sing and dance to this with big smiles on our faces in our home. I am so disappointed in the negative responses. Heavenly Father gave us the ability to get up and dance and sing at the top of our lungs to good music, and this is the cd to do it with! And FYI, there is nothing wrong with rapping if the lyrics are appropriate. It's a talent, just like anything else. So go ahead and rap along with "I hope they call me on a mission".
By Janeen, Submitted on 2015-02-25
These are the songs every kid should know before leaving Primary that never get sung anymore! I find myself singing these versions.
My 3 year old loves this album. We can actually listen to it in the car without getting sick of it or headaches from shreiky kid singing. When he was singing Follow The Prophet at the Chik-Fil-A playground I knew ithe album was a winner. He normally just likes Johnny Cash or Weezer.
Lots of fun. The one song that should be kept reverent and respectful, My Heavenly Father Loves Me, has been.