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Mother Goose Club is a collection of educational content for preschoolers featuring six colorful characters from the Mother Goose world. Beloved by children, their caregivers and teachers worldwide, Mother Goose Club is a leading educational YouTube channel with billions of views and is also available on Netflix, Amazon and on local PBS stations nationwide. Mother Goose Club is the proud winner of four Midsouth EMMY® awards and 15 other industry awards.
Mother Goose Club’s mission is to foster joyful learning. The content is anchored by a carefully crafted curriculum designed to develop reading readiness in young children. Most importantly, Mother Goose Club content is fun and fosters an enduring enthusiasm for reading and positive adult-child relationships. Spending a few minutes each day singing or reading nursery rhymes with a child is a simple, cost-effective and enjoyable way to bond and promote early literacy.
When former educators Sona and Harry Jho couldn’t find quality and appropriate content for their children, they sought to produce their own, founding Sockeye Media LLC in 2001 and creating Mother Goose Club in 2007.
Mother Goose Club's website is a premier nursery rhyme resource. The mobile-enabled site includes videos, streamable songs, activity printables, sheet music lyrics and coloring pages for an extensive library of classic and original nursery rhymes. For parents and teachers, the site offers activity videos, a blog and mailing list, all designed to empower and engage families.
Mother Goose Club Playhouse
Mother Goose Club Playhouse features a diverse cast of kids being kids - singing songs, telling jokes, playing pretend and being silly. This sister brand of Mother Goose Club takes an impromptu approach to kids songs and rhymes loved by children worldwide.
Mother Goose Club Schoolhouse
Designed by educators and researchers, Mother Goose Club Schoolhouse is a growing collection of curriculum-based books, videos and interactive resources including a comprehensive phonics and reading program. Children and their parents, teachers and caregivers use Schoolhouse to explore a wide range of preschool and parenting topics.
Children who can recognize rhyming words learn to read more quickly and successfully than their peers. This relationship holds true regardless of a child’s socio-economic background or the education level of his or her parents. The delight children experience as they engage in rhyme activities fosters an enduring enthusiasm for books and reading.