Barney Let’s Play School showed up again at Youtube 3 weeks ago and still garnered more than half a million clicks. This only proves to show that even if the video was made a decade ago, children and adults alike are still attracted by its setup. Aside from being very entertaining, it is very educational as well which is the main element of its success. Watch here for yourself and for sure, you will agree that your kids can benefit from this in a major way:
It is important that parents must screen video materials for their children to watch because the minds of the young can be easily influenced. Violent, addictive and sexual in nature films should not be accessible to minors – so as not to corrupt their mental health. This is a serious public service for parents out there who are too busy to check the computer programs that they are providing to their children to watch to kill time!
By: Elena Grace Flores
Barney and Mother Goose Productions are few of the videos that feature learning the ABC in a very creative way – but as we all know, children can get bored easily. So, it is truly appreciated to see a popular ABC video with another character. The popularity of Cookie Monster and Cars combined is no doubt a winning creation. No wonder that this video has been viewed more than a million times in just a month of publishing:
I was not sure at first if it was a good idea showing to children Cookie Monster eating cars but when I showed it to my grandson, he was not only fascinated but obviously his curiosity was captured for quite a time there. His interest with the ABC has also grown stronger despite his tender age of less than 2 years old at this time of writing. Have this video handy in your Youtube Favorites folder and you will not be too exhausted nurturing an energetic child!
By: Elena Grace Flores
My grandson is always fascinated with the I Love You song by Barney – and he is unsatisfied every time the song comes to an end. It was lucky that I found this extended version of the video. The song is repeated 15 times and before the last repetition ends, the little one already had enough. See for yourself:
Brilliant idea. Thanks to its maker. Despite being repeated 15 times, each rendition sounds unique because of the fast and slow beats plus, the alternate voices of Barney and the children. Keep this handy, folks!