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Bear In The Big Blue House: Visiting The Doctor With Bear

Noel MacNeal , Peter Linz , Jim Martin , Richard A. Fernandes    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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After tackling the potty, Bear takes on another childhood fear: the doctor. In two episodes, Bear uses his tender touch and unflappable upbeat attitude to calm his friends when Dr. Hog visits in "A Big Blue House Call." Ojo is especially queasy about the visit, fearing the Mt. Everest of doctor visits--the dreaded shot. Through song and talking about the facts, Bear lets everyone know a checkup is full of good things for you and a shot, if necessary, only hurts for a moment. In "That Healing Feeling," Bear takes Tutter to Dr. Hog's to examine the mouse's crushed tail. Learning how the doctor's tools work, including the x-ray, calms Tutter. Whether your pre-kindergartner will be at ease at the doctor's after watching this video is unknown, but "Bear" fills a void in giving younger children calming information to counter the usual cartoon doctor high jinks. (Ages 3 to 7) --Doug Thomas

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Four Sing-Along Songs


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5.0 out of 5 stars Just say ahhhh! Sept. 17 2000
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
This VHS has been a big stress reliever for this family. My son has had to endure allergy tests, blood drawn, multiple x-rays, ER visits and a CT-scan. He is only 23 months old. To say the least he does not like doctors or hospitals.
This video really helped us explain to him about going to the doctor and getting x-rays. He still is not thrilled about going to the doctor but he does not get hysterical anymore. We don't have to hold him down for the doctor to look in his ears or his mouth. For the ENT he even said "ah" which surprised the doctor. He had never seen a child that small say "ah." Thank you Doc Hog for "Everybody Say Ah." The ouch song has come in handy in the ER before too.
So if your little one doesn't like the doctor get this video. The ENT said he was getting it for his waiting room.
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By "ahelm"
Format:VHS Tape
I was so pleased to see this video released! When my toddler and I first saw the episodes on Disney, they provided wonderful opportunities to discuss trips to the doctor and what my child could expect. Now that we have the video, we make a point of watching it before any doctor's appointment. One of the episodes deals with "emergency" trips to the doctor when Tutter hurts his tail. The other episode stresses the importance of preventive medicine - Doc Hogg pays a visit to the Big Blue House to give everyone check-ups. Of course, these wouldn't be Bear shows if they didn't have catchy little tunes. The songs in these episodes are wonderful.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My daughter LOVES IT Aug. 18 2003
Format:DVD
My daughter is almost 3 and LOVES Bear in the Big Blue House. This DVD is more substantial than a lot of other children's DVD's out there... it's got this Montessori-ish way of teaching kids, i.e. not focusing so much on ABC's and stuff, but preparing children for life. It also is longer than most DVD's, and of higher quality as well. The singing is very good (especially Shadow) and the atmosphere of the DVD is relaxing and soothing on the whole. I am glad I gave it a try for my daughter, and couldn't be more pleased with how much she loves it and the quality of the content.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sypnosis Nov. 6 2000
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
Just say ow, say it now. Just say ow, and it's over. Just say ow, say it now Just say ow, and it's over!
Some things that are good for you hurt a bit, it's true.
So, just saw ow, say it now, just say ow and it's over!
Ow!
I am 14 and enjoy viewing videos that tell kids that a visit to the doctor is not as bad as they think it will be. This particular one is wonderful for kids who are nervous about checkups. When Ojo is nervous about getting a shot, Bear teaches her the above song, and it was over before Ojo knew it. Buy this video for your child!!
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Format:DVD
We love bear in our house and especially on the DVD format. It is the only way to go with kids movies. The added features the DVD verion offers makes it worth the few extra dollars. It has sing a longs and 3 story selections which make it great when you are trying to make a squirmy toddler sit still. Quick and easy and totally cute. My son love the "everybody say ah" and the " hello doctor song" we had to play them over and over and over again. A good buy with three great episodes and awesome happy songs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Explains What Doctors Do Sept. 13 2001
Format:VHS Tape
Wonderful. Outstanding songs and puppets. Speaks well to the child. "I especially enjoyed how well it explains what doctors do." "Good role models for overcoming fear." Easily viewed in two 25-minute segments. Enjoyed it, would watch again. "Bear helped Ojo. I love Bear." "It teaches everyone not to be afraid to go to the doctor." "I wonder if my doctor likes to go to the doctor?" "I thought the little rats getting their checkups were cute." Ages 2-5.
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