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Boohbah Comfy Armchair

Emma Ainsley , Alex Poulter , Annie Gibbs , Chris Bernard    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Junk?! Jan. 4 2005
By A Customer
Format:DVD
The biggest step in a baby/pre-schooler's development is to learn how to PARTICIPATE. Also, this show actually encourages some physical activity. The repetitions in dances and movements make it easy to follow. If you have any kids, you'd understand. And if you do, I recommend that you participate with them, in the songs, dances, and activities, no matter how stupid you may look. Have you ever wondered why your kids seem to pick up faster just from being around the other kids in pre-school?
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4.0 out of 5 stars Funky but definitely not junk! July 11 2004
Format:DVD
I think the boohbah's are a bit bizarre, but friends in England recomended it so we gave it a try. My 18 month old is not into TV but he loves some Baby Einstein, Teletubbies and this. He even requests 'Bah-boo' if I turn on the TV. I like it because he mimics the movements the Boohbahs do and tries to copy the kids in the 'look what I can do!' segment. It is really good for his coordination. He's also started saying 'Look what I can do' when he's showing off spinning or at the playground.
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5.0 out of 5 stars love the boohbahs! July 7 2004
By A Customer
Format:DVD
My 2 year old daughter is an avid fan of Teletubbies, so when Boohbah came out, we tried it out and she loved it too. It gets her dancing and moving!! Kids today are raised on junk for the most part but these shows, from the Teletubbie creators are great, educational, Boohbah especially teaches speech and movement and also has characters that she can relate to... grandma, grandpa, auntie, brother and sister, etc.
Get this Video!!! Your child will be really entertained!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars You call THIS learning??? July 5 2004
By A Customer
Format:DVD
Oh my gosh! I saw this on tv once, before, and it was even worse than the TELETUBBIES! This newest generation of kids is living off junk.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A perfect DVD for trips! Sept. 18 2004
By Joshua Mayfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
My son loves watching the Boohbas dance, and he thoroughly enjoys story people time. However, whenever the "Look What I Can Do" portion of the show starts, he becomes instantly bored and either leaves the room or starts crying. When we're watching Boohbah on TiVo, we always have to click past that part. Well the beauty of this DVD is that none of the three episodes on it have the "Look What I Can Do" part! Instead, it's included on the disc as a separate bonus feature. Better yet is the fact that there's a "Play All" option which plays each of the three episodes in succession, which is even more convenient than TiVo, and makes this disc wonderful for long trips in the car or on the plane if you've got a portable DVD player. I just ordered the other Boohbah DVD today!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My son loves it!!!! Oct. 10 2004
By Ana Paula - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
My son is only 13 months old and Boobah is definetly his favorite cartoon, even knowing he is way below the age defined for this show: 3-6 years old. Boobahs are supposed to be atoms of energy, but I rather call them weird-looking-but-cute-things. I like that they incorporated the "Storypeople", who are people with familiar "names" like Grandmama, Grandpapa, Brother, Sister, Mr Man...

I also recommend parents to check out the pbskids.org website, where they have plenty of info on the Boobahs, especially the section for parents and teachers, where they explain who the Boobahs are and why our children can benefit from it.

My son loves the show and I do recommend the DVDs as well. He will probably get one of the other titles for Xmas this year.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars love the boohbahs! July 7 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
My 2 year old daughter is an avid fan of Teletubbies, so when Boohbah came out, we tried it out and she loved it too. It gets her dancing and moving!! Kids today are raised on junk for the most part but these shows, from the Teletubbie creators are great, educational, Boohbah especially teaches speech and movement and also has characters that she can relate to... grandma, grandpa, auntie, brother and sister, etc.
Get this Video!!! Your child will be really entertained!!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun Aug. 28 2004
By C. Marsteller - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Boohbahs are strange, I dare say even creepy looking...to ME. My toddler, on the other hand, LOVES them. They are these little globs of energy that dance and do silly routines, make funny sounds, and spread happy energy to children all over the world. It encourages physical activity by imitation of the boohbahs themselves, and of the children in the "look what I can do" portion. Then there are the comical skits with "Grandma ma, Grandpa pa, Brother and Sister, Mr. Lady, Mr. Man, Auntie and little dog Fido". What a hoot! This may be strange-looking stuff to us adults, but through a toddlers eyes, it's pure fun.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Funky but definitely not junk! July 10 2004
By J. Roberts - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I think the boohbah's are a bit bizarre, but friends in England recomended it so we gave it a try. My 18 month old is not into TV but he loves some Baby Einstein, Teletubbies and this. He even requests 'Bah-boo' if I turn on the TV. I like it because he mimics the movements the Boohbahs do and tries to copy the kids in the 'look what I can do!' segment. It is really good for his coordination. He's also started saying 'Look what I can do' when he's showing off spinning or at the playground.
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