Thursday, March 22, 2012

Now Available on DVD: Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up (Review)


Who says being tidy can't be fun?  Let preschool favorite Barney™ show cleaning up is enjoyable when everybody works together in Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up, arriving on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand March 6, 2012 from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment. This release is accompanied by 19 fun songs including everyone's favorite "Clean Up, Clean Up" song and an all-new game, "Clean Up Time," found only on DVD!  Barney and his friends prove that kids can have a great time being cleaning machines!

Trusted by moms and adored by children, Barney displays sharing, caring, imagining, dancing and learning on television and online and through live events, home entertainment, toys and publishing. The Emmy® award-winning series, Barney & Friends™ is one of the top-rated preschool shows today, airing on PBS KIDS® and Sprout®.


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!

  • "Clean Up Time" Game
  • "Clean Up, Do Our Share" Music Video
  • "Clean Up, Clean Up" Karaoke Song
  • "Glad To Be Me" Bonus Episode

My Thoughts:

Who doesn't like Barney?  Well, many parents can't figure out why their young children love this purple dinosaur.  But, after years of being on television and in live event shows, as well as all the books and merchandise that is available, surrounding Barney, you can't help but sit and watch this show with your children.  

In each fun-filled episode, Barney and his friends go on adventures, sing and dance and get your children excited about hings like cleaning up, friendship and working together.  Savannah has a limited vocabulary, but every time Barney and his friends break out in song, she sways her head from side to side, like she understands it.  Even if you don't like Barney, you can't help but appreciate the positive messages these shows share with your children.  I see Barney being around for years to come, as more and more children will be introduced and will fall in love with Barney, the purple dinosaur.

Disclosure:  I was sent a copy of this DVD from HIT Entertainment in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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