With 2 active toddlers in the house, things can get messy fast! My kids love nothing more than to totally empty their toy-boxes, strewing the contents all across the room. Walking around in mountain of toys gets old quickly, not to mention being potentially dangerous. (Have you ever stepped on a Lego? Ouch!) Trying to keep the house picked up seems to be a never-ending and often losing battle. It seems that the babies have totally taken over at times!
That's why I was so excited when I received the latest Barney DVD to review. In "Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up", Barney™ shows how to make cleaning fun; from painting the caboose, to washing windows, to putting away toys! See Riff™ learn new tricks when his litterbot leaves him in a heap of a mess. All the friends help BJ out of a big spill, and they work together to host a fancy tea party. Everything’s better with friends, and when teamwork helps with clean-work, the world sparkles and shines!
“The Nature of Things”
Rating: Not Rated
Age Target: 1-5 years old
Closed Captioned: English and Spanish
Format: Full Screen
DVD Feature Running Time: 52 minutes
VOD Cable/PPV Running Time: 66 minutes (including bonus feature)
DVD Audio Status: English and Spanish 2.0 Dolby Digital
This was my babies' first time learning with Barney, so I was curious to see how they'd respond to the cheerful, purple dinosaur and his pals. I popped in the DVD on a particularly messy day, hoping that my mischievous toddlers would be entertained and somehow be inspired to clean up their own toys.
When I first played this DVD, no cleaning occurred. Probably because my toddlers were both fixated on the movie! They loved Barney and his friends, and they danced and cooed along to all of the songs. They were to busy giggling initially to even think about cleaning up their toys! It's nice to see that this DVD has such enthusiastic approval from my munchkins!
We have watched this several times now, and my babies seem to finally be comprehending the message that cleaning is fun. Sophie will actually pick up her toys, put them into the toybox, and clap her hands. Usually this results in Xander pulling them right back out behind her. But it's a learning process, and one my kids are willing to embrace with the help of Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up.
You can purchase the Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up DVD on Amazon for $9.49
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***Disclosure: I received complimentary product to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided. All opinions are 100% honest and have not been influenced in any way.***
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I'm Brandy, a happily married, proud mama of two munchkins and a teen. You can read more about me HERE. If you're interested in building a working relationship, please feel free to e-mail me at: NewlyCrunchyMamaOf3@gmail.com
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