A squirrel sounds, a bird sounds, and a squirrel can even get a little snooty with a “squeak” sound.
But in a new video, kids can hear more than just their animal.
The childrens-themed YouTube channel, Squirrel Sounds, features songs that teach kids about squirrels, birds, and the other animals in their family.
“We wanted to make sure our kids understood what the different sounds that they make are and what the difference between the sounds we heard from animals,” says co-founder and creative director Kim Anderson.
The videos show kids learning about how squirrels and other animals make sounds.
And they also play the game “Which animal sounds is the most appropriate for kids?”
The children can choose from a variety of sounds, including squeaks, whistles, and squeaky toys.
Kids can also listen to songs like “The Birds Sing,” which tells the story of an orphaned owl and her family.
The owl, a rare and endangered species, is given to the children by their father who has just been sent to a zoo.
The song is about the owl’s importance in the owl family and the importance of the song to its mother.
“As soon as I heard that song, I thought, ‘Wow, that’s great,'” Anderson says.
“It really shows the importance to the bird and the care it takes to care for it and to keep it safe.
The song is a great example of how we’re using animals to teach children.”
The squirrel sounds have been making the rounds on YouTube for the past few years, with the kids finding them funny and catchy.
But the original Squirrel Sounds videos are more than a fun way to make your kids laugh.
The videos are also a way to teach kids how to listen.
“When we first started, we didn’t have a lot of resources to teach our kids and teach them to listen,” Anderson says, noting that the videos have received over 5 million views.
“We had no idea what we were doing with YouTube.”
Anderson and her husband, Michael Anderson, who is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, decided to start a channel to share the stories of their children.
“Kids who are learning how to be scientists, artists, writers, or whatever they want to do with the internet, they need to be able to listen to the content and be able just sort of take it and make decisions,” Anderson said.
The kids of Squirrel Sounds can listen to as many of the animal sounds as they want and can change up the order of the sounds in their video to get the message across.
“Our goal is to make it as simple as possible for them to learn about the different animal sounds and how they work,” Anderson explains.
“That’s really what the videos are about.”