Baby Songs: Babys Busy Day

Theatrical Release: April 14, 2003
DVD Release: June 3, 2003
Baby Songs: Babys Busy Day
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Synopsis

Children’s music legend Hap Palmer has pioneered the technique of integrating music and movement in the area of early childhood education. Movement engages the whole child and enhances the development of basic motor and language acquisition skills. With 18 fun, live-action, finger-snapping songs, children will be entertained for hours and are introduced to basic skills such as recognition of letters, colors, shapes, and number concepts. Song highlights include I Can Put My Clothes On, showing kids going ‘through my drawer to find what I adore,’ which also gently reminds parents to allow children to discover their own sense of style; and What A Miracle, which fosters a wider awareness of the wonders of life.

Dove Review

This is another video in the development of young infants and toddlers. It is marvelous with all the original music of Hap Palmer, the movement, and kids acting out what is being presented. For example, if the song is talking about putting your hands on your head, then we see kids putting their hands on their heads. Kids love to watch other kids doing things; it holds their attention and seems to assist them in learning the new skills. There are many great original songs like Wash Rag Blues, Things We Like To Do, and You Can Do it. Another thing that the kids will like are the animated intros to every song on the DVD. There are special features on the DVD like the song lyrics and coloring pages for your child, song selection, continuous play and subtitles. This is a very well put-together DVD you and your child will love.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.
Writer: Hap Palmer
Director: Nate Bashor, Lynn Hamrick, Lynda Taylor, C.D. Taylor, and Barbara Dourmashkin
Producer: Amy Weintraub and Brooks McEwen
Genre: Children
Runtime: 48 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Dave Lukens