The sounds of summer: sprinklers, splashes, honking horns, and your family’s favorite songs playing in the background (or blasting through the car speakers). No matter what’s in store this season, from road trips to afternoon play dates, every activity is better when you add a little music. Get those tunes flowing with the brand-new Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora®, a station that’ll features music everyone in your family will dig. Read on to learn more about this kid-friendly station, but fair warning…spontaneous sing-alongs and un-choreographed group dance parties may ensue.
How It Works
Bright Horizons Early Education and Preschool created Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora® to give parents easy access to tons of great tunes. Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora® uses a unique algorithm to customize a rocking playlist for you and your family. With just a few clicks your family can listen to their favorite music anytime, anywhere on their phone, tablet, or computer. One of the best parts? It’s totally free to use and you don’t need Wi-Fi to access it!
Listen In to Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora® & Find Harmony
Music is a powerful learning tool and no matter their age, all children can benefit from its ability to impact creative, cognitive, and social development. It has the power to brighten a rainy day, lift a bad mood, and create peace among siblings on long car rides. Yet finding a collection of kid-friendly songs, in a variety of genres, all while avoiding the “cheese” factor can be a challenge, and Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora is the solution to your musical woes.
Why It’s a Hit
Even the pickiest music aficionados will find the songs they love on Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora®. So if your eldest loves pop while your preschooler is still bopping along to their favorite movie anthem, don’t fret. Available right now, Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora® is free for all listeners, with additional educational activities being added throughout the summer. Now that’s music to our ears!
What’s your favorite summer track? Share with us in the comments below!
— Lauren Rich Hill