Songs of America is one of the Cedarmont Kids albums/movies, with 18 classic songs from childhood.

The Cast Members from Cedarmont KidsEdit

  • Keeley and Myranda Alexander
  • Cody and Landon Atkinson
  • Megan Durham
  • Marty and Robert Gay, ages 7 and 9 (in 1998) and ages 11 and 13 (in 2002)
  • Jamie Grable
  • Ami Hines
  • Graham Leach
  • John Lundquist
  • Jessica and Josephine Moore
  • Anthony Mullins
  • Carmen Oakley
  • Jennifer and Robert Reed
  • Emily and Julie Smith
  • Cory Warfield
  • Joseph White

Support Cast:

  • Paul and Rachel Chapman
  • Andrew Cornwell
  • JerWayne Gunn
  • Kevin Harkness
  • Mallory Howard
  • Keenan Hunter
  • Jason and Michelle Keil
  • Hadley, Kristin and Morgan Kuzyk
  • Ryan Leach
  • Olivia Meers
  • Christina Moore
  • Marlee and Reed Priest
  • Kyle Reeves
  • Tosha Schmidt
  • Brandon and Stephanie Seibert
  • Uriah and Zylah Solis
  • Eddy and Paul Warren

Songs Edit

  1. Animals on Parade
  2. Yankee Doodle
  3. School Days
  4. The Animal Fair
  5. The Star Spangled Banner
  6. She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain
  7. America the Beautiful
  8. Down By the Riverside
  9. Dingle Dangle Scarecrow
  10. There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea
  11. Skip to My Lou
  12. The Battle Hymn of the Republic
  13. Anything Can Happen
  14. The Paw-Paw Patch
  15. Hokey Pokey
  16. Bicycle Built For Two (Daisy Bell)
  17. Simple Gifts
  18. The Barney Boogie
  19. We're Going on a Field Trip Today!
  20. You're a Grand Old Flag
  21. We Gather Together
  22. Little Bunny Foo Foo
  23. The Old Gray Mare
  24. Rig-a-Jig-Jig
  25. My Country, 'Tis of Thee


  • The release was originally named "School Days," before they added 2 new songs.
  • The package color used to be teal with a white inside, but now it is light blue.
  • The album and the movie were both released in 2002.
  • Anthony Mullins appeared in "Rig a Jig Jig, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, My Country, 'Tis of Thee, Hokey Pokey, America the Beautiful, The Old Gray Mare and Down By the Riverside"
  • Originally, the School Days CD and tape were released in 1995. The School Days VHS was released in 1998.