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  • Actors: Noel MacNeal, Peter Linz, Vicki Eibner, Tyler Bunch, Lynne Thigpen
  • Directors: Jim Martin, Richard A. Fernandes
  • Writers: Ajamu Walker, Andy Yerkes, Mitchell Kriegman
  • Producers: Erica Levin, Halle Stanford, Matt Laesch
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • VHS Release Date: March 2 1999
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 0767831136

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By A Customer on June 19 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Every Bear In The Big Blue house video that we own is completely entertaining as well as educational, and Volume 5 is no different. With help from Tutter, Treelo, Ojo, Pip and Pop, Shadow and Luna, this title keeps toddlers engaged with lively dialogue and catchy songs...and teaches about colors and shapes in the process.
In the first episode, a Wagon of a Different Color, Bear decides to embark on a trip to the supermarket, but needs his trusty wagon to help carry his purchases. One hold up -- Ojo has decided to paint the wagon for him, but only has red, blue and yellow paint (and of course, she wants to color the wagon with shades of purple, green and orange, as well). Bear must give Ojo a lesson on how to mix primary colors to create new ones, and therefore teaches his toddler viewers in the process. While Ojo is painting, Bear helps the indecisive Tutter select an outfit to wear from the mouse's colorful closet, also helping to reinforce the names of the basic colors.
Shape of a Bear is highlighted with the toe-tapping song "Shape of a Bear" and gives toddlers an amusing and enlightening lesson on basic shapes. While searching for a box that he has promised Tutter, Bear finds his friends around the house, offering great opportunities discuss different shapes. While Ojo is playing with blocks, for example, she shows Bear how she has used basic triangles, rectangles and squares to create a shape that resembles the Big Blue House.
Each episode is as fun for parents to watch as toddlers, as the songs and playful characters keep the information lively and interesting. The gentle Bear serves as a friend and teacher to his viewers, and Ojo, Tutter and the others only add to the fun -- so if you're looking for a video that your kids will love to watch (and one that allows you to sneak in a lesson on basic colors and shapes in the meantime), don't miss this one!
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My 2 year old son loves Bear in the Big Blue House, and we own several different videos. The only thing about this video is that in the second segment, Bear and Treelo are under a blanket making jungle noises. Bear makes a roar like a lion, and Treelo gets scared. That part sent my son screaming and running to me for comfort. I think he mostly gets scared at Treelo's reaction, but just a warning in case your child is at all like mine...I was quite disappointed that he reacted that way because overall, I think that they provide really great songs and activities to get kids to learn their shapes and colors.
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Amazon.com: 7 reviews
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Entertaining as always! June 19 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
Every Bear In The Big Blue house video that we own is completely entertaining as well as educational, and Volume 5 is no different. With help from Tutter, Treelo, Ojo, Pip and Pop, Shadow and Luna, this title keeps toddlers engaged with lively dialogue and catchy songs...and teaches about colors and shapes in the process.
In the first episode, a Wagon of a Different Color, Bear decides to embark on a trip to the supermarket, but needs his trusty wagon to help carry his purchases. One hold up -- Ojo has decided to paint the wagon for him, but only has red, blue and yellow paint (and of course, she wants to color the wagon with shades of purple, green and orange, as well). Bear must give Ojo a lesson on how to mix primary colors to create new ones, and therefore teaches his toddler viewers in the process. While Ojo is painting, Bear helps the indecisive Tutter select an outfit to wear from the mouse's colorful closet, also helping to reinforce the names of the basic colors.
Shape of a Bear is highlighted with the toe-tapping song "Shape of a Bear" and gives toddlers an amusing and enlightening lesson on basic shapes. While searching for a box that he has promised Tutter, Bear finds his friends around the house, offering great opportunities discuss different shapes. While Ojo is playing with blocks, for example, she shows Bear how she has used basic triangles, rectangles and squares to create a shape that resembles the Big Blue House.
Each episode is as fun for parents to watch as toddlers, as the songs and playful characters keep the information lively and interesting. The gentle Bear serves as a friend and teacher to his viewers, and Ojo, Tutter and the others only add to the fun -- so if you're looking for a video that your kids will love to watch (and one that allows you to sneak in a lesson on basic colors and shapes in the meantime), don't miss this one!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great Learning...but part of it scared my son Aug. 1 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
My 2 year old son loves Bear in the Big Blue House, and we own several different videos. The only thing about this video is that in the second segment, Bear and Treelo are under a blanket making jungle noises. Bear makes a roar like a lion, and Treelo gets scared. That part sent my son screaming and running to me for comfort. I think he mostly gets scared at Treelo's reaction, but just a warning in case your child is at all like mine...I was quite disappointed that he reacted that way because overall, I think that they provide really great songs and activities to get kids to learn their shapes and colors.
grair video Jan. 8 2006
By Dale L. Diorio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
hi iam here again my name is christisn and i have 8 sisters that love this there names are christiana alexa adriana mrss c kristin hanna kim

they love these videos as much as i do i hioe tiy enjoy this tape because you can say that agan because i do i am odring this on dvd for myself and my 8 sisters i love this video and i hioe yiu di tii niw stay tuned for a speshel bear video comeinh your way christian we love this video and i hope you do to my sisters say that this is an onfaceditbel advencure this is the best video ever i love this one and so do my sisters they have althewayv up ro volume 8 all the bear videos they say that this is the best video ever i hope you enjoy this video because my sisters do they have akk the bear videos
Mother of two little ones June 28 2005
By Kim - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
This video was a gift. So, having no expectations, I popped it in and was very suprised at how both my 12 and 26 month olds became captivated. Most of their videos I find boring, however, this video has very catchy toons. I love the "what's in the mail today" song, and sing it to them everytime I pick up the mail and we all dance around. It's a good video for learning the concept of shapes and colors. You won't regret buying this video!
Good for younger kids May 24 2014
By M. K. Nunn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
Not sure where this originally aired, but 2-4 year olds loved this series. The kids watched these over and over and it had good lessons for kids


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