While we’re all still staying safe at home, remember, kids can access and enjoy a variety of Disney-themed voice skills available exclusively on Amazon Kids+ on compatible Echo devices! Here’s a first look at two brand new voice skills, Frozen Sing! and Star Wars: C-3PO Translates!
Kids can grab a hairbrush and put their karaoke skills to the test with Amazon Kids+ newest skill, Frozen Sing! Parents, just ask, “Alexa, open Frozen Sing!” and choose from one of 10 popular songs from Disney’s “Frozen” and “Frozen 2.” Your child can find their true Frozen voice as they practice the songs in “Rehearsal Mode”, where they will be guided through a performance with prompts like “Repeat after Elsa” or “Sing with the crowd.”
Know the lyrics already? Step up to the stage in “Spotlight Mode” where your child can sing to their heart’s content without lyrics or sing along with high or low volume lyrics. For any Alexa screened devices, singers will be presented with visuals for each song in both modes and congratulatory visuals for completion of the songs.
Ready to chat with Chewbacca? Parents, just say, “Alexa, open C-3PO Translates!” to learn alien languages from the Star Wars galaxy with this new Amazon Kids+ skill! Hosted by C-3PO and SD-89, your child will learn key phrases in Shyriiwook and Droidspeak. When ready, they can try their hand at chatting up the characters in their native tongues. You and your child can practice your very best growls and beeps as you shoot the breeze with Chewbacca, R2-D2, BB-8 and more!
For any Alexa screened devices, some of the visuals players will be presented include images to help learn the phrases and characters’ reactions to their alien language skills.
Click here to learn more about how to get an Amazon Kids+ subscription on your compatible Echo devices to enjoy dozens of Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel-themed skills, including Frozen Sing! and C-3PO Translates!
Newly Added ‘Frozen’ & Star Wars Voice Skills on Amazon Kids+ was originally published on February 03, 2021 at 09:00AM by Allison Citino from Disney Parks Blog. Far Beyond Infinity Travel Blog takes no responsibility for errors in syndicated content.