Justin Roberts, Lunch Money, They Might Be GiantsLooking for a CD you can enjoy with your kids rather than just tolerate? Well, check these albums out if you haven’t already.

Let’s start with hometown boy Justin Roberts. You may have seen him on the Today Show, on Noggin or making thousands of tiny feet dance at Lollapalooza. Sweet pop hooks and lush harmonies will keep everyone in the minivan singing along.

Lunch Money is Molly Ledford, JP Stephens and Jay Barry and their debut album “Silly Reflection” contains ten friendly songs about tricycles, cabooses, roller coasters and umbrellas. Just try to keep your toes from tapping to these catchy gentle pop numbers!

Luckily for mom and dad, prolific alternative rock legends They Might Be Giants want your kids to rock too. What could be more taylor made for the entire family than the wonderfully whimsical sounds of John Linnell and John Flansburgh. The two John’s present their unique perspective on robots, the origin of balloons, grocery bags and bed time on their album “NO!” Don’t miss their other kid friendly projects as well.

So there you go. It’s never too early to teach your kids to rock!