Exercise is important for children and exercise is fun! Skip with Laa-Laa, dance with Dipsy, march with Tinky Winky and crawl with Po in this fun and funny interactive video. Join in activities such as Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes, jumping up and down, standing on one leg, side to side and more!
They may look like psychedelic couch potatoes, but the Teletubbies are nothing if not energetic. This 80-minute offering should inspire young humans to abandon the sofa for some stretching, light calisthenics, and strenuous renditions of "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes." The first part concentrates on legitimate exercise (i.e., stand up, sit down, side stretches), with one Tubby demonstrating the activity, the speaker announcing "ready, set, go," and then all four Tubbies completing the exercise (often followed by a group hug). This gives young viewers plenty of opportunity to follow along. At the end the Tubbies do some free-form dancing while wearing funny hats. The second part concentrates on the aforementioned body-parts song, with ample footage of real children participating--as well as British bobbies, firefighters, rugby players, and a dance class. Even the Tubbies' vacuum cleaner joins the classic childhood ritual--as well as a vacuum cleaner can. Ages 1 to 6. --Kimberly Heinrichs
My 2-yr-old daughter, a huge Teletubbies fan, loves this one and loves doing the moves along with the Tubbies. Read morePublished on March 22 2004 by Lisa Whipple
We just received this new Teletubbies video about 3 weeks ago and my 2.5 year old twins are already wearing it out. They love to dance around and exercise with the Teletubbies. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2003
We love the teletubbies and this one is the best. This exercise video gets my 1.5 & 3.5 yr olds up and moving and they love it. Read morePublished on Aug. 24 2003 by Alecia
Our son loves the Teletubies and his favorite verb is "jump", so this video was an instant hit. From this video he has learned to stand on one leg, skip, and most of all copy... Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2003
I credit this video with teaching my two-year-old how to jump. Those darned Teletubbies did what my husband and I hadn't been able to manage in months. Read morePublished on July 17 2002 by "claudiaef"
My 1 year old grandson loves the Teletubbies, the moment he seen them do exercising he tried to do the same. Read morePublished on June 16 2002 by Amazon Customer