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Barney's Exercise Circus & Parade of Numbers [VHS]
Barney and the gang get up a playground circus, featuring Barney the Balancing Dinosaur and Derek the Juggler. Guest Joe Scruggs sings songs; the whole point of the show is that exercise feels good. Also on this video is "Barney's Parade of Numbers," which features a visit from Mr. Tenagain, who has a passion for all things 10. This two-fer is the usual Barney fare, with a light emphasis on body and mind development. --Tom Keogh
||Bob West, Julie Johnson, Dean Wendt, David Joyner, Jeff Ayers|
||Color, Live, NTSC|
||Warner Bros. Television|
|VHS Tape Release Date:
||July 02, 1996|
|Average Customer Rating:
|| based on 10 reviews|
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( 10 customer reviews )
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9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
It's two-times the fun!Mar 24, 1999
It's two-times the fun with everyone's favorite purple dino! First, it's "Barney's Exercise Circus." Tina is so excited about getting her cast off, she wants to share the fun with all of her friends (Derek, Tosha, Michael, and Min). Her and her friends are so full of energy that they decide to perform in a make-believe exercise circus! There they practice staying healthy by exercising and eating healthy foods, and they even march in their own marching band! This show includes the songs If all the raindrops, Taking Turns, Snackin' on healthy foods, The Clapping Song, The Exercise Song, and The Marching Song. The second tape in this set is "Barney's Parade of Numbers," otherwise known as "Having tens of fun!" In this episode, Barney and his friends (Tosha, Michael, Kathy, and Min) meet a very special friend of Barney's, Mr. Tenagain. And because Mr. Tenagain loves the number ten so much, the children find lots of fun ways to count while they are playing. They count to ten playing hopskotch, they count their fingers and toes, and they even read a book entitled "Ten, Nine, Eight." This show is a great teaching show, it is a fun and easy way to teach small children how to count from 1 to 10. It also includes the songs One, Two Buckle my Shoe, The Ants go marching, This old man, Parade of Numbers, Aiken Drum, and, ofcourse, the I Love You song. Both these shows are great! They teach important facts, but are so much fun, your children won't even realize that they're learning! I would highly recommend this show.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Having tens of FunMay 15, 2004
Barney's friend Mr. Tenagain comes to visit the children. Mr. Tenagain helps them learn to count. His favorite number is 10. Min counts by playing hopscotch, Michael counts by kicking his soccer ball, kathy counts her fingers, and Mr. Tenagain counts Tosha's ten little toes on her "Pretty little feet". They read a book about toes inspired by Tosha's and they sing.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Barney and Friends 2 Pack!Nov 20, 2003
The Barney & Friends 2 Pack is Great. 'Barney's Exercise Circus' and 'Barney's Parade Of Numbers'. 'Barney's Exercise Circus' is of cousre, you play circus while you exercise. It features Barney, Michael, Tina, Derek, Tosha, Min and a guest suprise, Luci. Starring Michael the Ringmaster giving the crowd the performers, snaking on healthy foods, and learn when you have a wiggle all around your body with Barney's guest, Joe Shruggs. Next up, 'Barney Parade Of Numbers' when Barney's guest, Mr. Teenagain arrvive when he counts up to ten. It features Barney, Michael, Kathy, Tosha, Min, Baby Bob, and Barney's guest, Mr. Teenagain. Tosha tells more about her suprise sibiling coming real real soon. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10! Yes Numbers Can Be Fun No Matter Where Or When.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Spanish Language - Barney's Exercise Circus/Parade of NumberFeb 26, 2001
By Elaine Coggins Visiting Nurses
I ordered this video in Spanish. The sound was of very poor quality, as was the picture. I kept adjusting the tracking and the volume, but in the end I ended up throwing the video away. It was a waste of money. Other Spanish language videos have been okay, but not Barney's.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Barney's exercise circusNov 14, 2000
By Kailey Shuffler
I really loved this very active video. My children really got into it. We all got up and sang and danced. I am going to get it for my sister's kids for Christmas. We watch it almost every day.
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