Braincandy: My Five Senses

Theatrical Release: October 15, 2004
DVD Release: October 15, 2004
Braincandy: My Five Senses
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Synopsis

Babies arrive in this world with amazing brains! At Braincandy, we believe nourishing children with enriching ideas helps feed their hunger for learning. Our formula encourages “active” experimentation rather than “passive” drills and repetition. By introducing engaging, stimulating concepts about the senses, children now have tools to construct meaningful experiences on their own while helping build the foundation for critical thinking and creativity.

Our recipe features many creative elements to keep your child engaged. Ivy Eyes, Harry Hand, Nusi Nose, Mojo Mouth and Anna Ear are a silly gang of “sense” part puppets brought together by their host Bruce Brain. We also feature “real” kids engaged in captivating, sensory activities that children will love to imitate, and a series of 2D “sense” animations that provides a tangible, demonstrative example of what happens when a child’s senses are engaged. All this set against a backdrop of “kidified,” multi-genre music including reggae, rock-a-billy, classical and more!

Dove Review

This is a great movie for preschoolers. Hand puppets, small toddlers, and babies teach children about the five senses. Toddlers will enjoy learning the senses of sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing, as little children and puppets show them these areas. This is very entertaining and educational for small children.

Content Description

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Info

Company: Braincandy
Genre: Children
Runtime: 40 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe