Review and Giveaway ~ Barney: Clean Up Clean Up

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Barney: Clean Up Clean Up DVD ~ Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment

I received the new Barney: Clean Up Clean Up DVD for review on my dad blog. Thanks to Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment, I’m also giving away a copy to a lucky reader. As you tell by the title, the new Barney DVD has a clean-up theme. There are three episodes and several bonus features. Barney: Clean Up Clean Up is available now on DVD, digital download and video on demand. It has a list price of $14.98, but you can currently purchase it on Amazon for $10.99.

Like the other Barney DVDs, there is a lot of singing on the new DVD. I didn’t count them, but according to the press material, there are 19 songs in the Barney: Clean Up Clean Up DVD. With Earth Day just around the corner, this Barney title is a fun addition to your children DVD library.

Episodes and Bonus Features

  • Litterbot
    In this episode, Riff builds a litterbot to help him clean up. Unfortunately, the litterbot ends up making even more of a mess.

  • All Aboard!
    This story also has a clean-up theme. This time, Barney and friends work together to clean up a caboose.

  • The Nature of Things
    In this story, Rachael shows off her new music box but leaves a mess when she does. Rachael tells Barney she’ll pick up the mess, but falls asleep instead. Then she has a dream about a talking turtle who is not happy about the mess.

  • Clean Up Time Game
    In this game, you help Barney put away the things that needs to be put away. This bonus is only available on the DVD version.

  • Clean Up, Do Our Share Music Video
    It’s a music video with Barney and friends singing a clean-up song. This bonus is only available on the DVD version.

  • Clean Up, Clean Up Karaoke Song
    This is a short karaoke for the Clean Up, Clean Up song. This bonus is only available on the DVD version.

  • Glad To Be Me Bonus Episode
    This bonus episode is only available via VOD and digital download.

Barney DVD Giveaway
Thanks to Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment, a reader of my dad blog will win the Barney: Clean Up Clean Up DVD. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the giveaway is March 15, 2012 (Pacific time). The giveaway is limited to readers located in the U.S. To enter the giveaway, answer this question: do your children help clean up around the house?

Five Bonus Entries (leave a separate comment for each entry)

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  • Click on the Facebook like button above the comments area and then on my Facebook page, answer this question: do you or your kids own any Barney DVDs?
  • Follow Daddy Forever on Twitter and tweet out a message like this (or use the retweet button above the comments area):

    Win the Barney: Clean Up Clean Up DVD @daddyforever dad blog http://daddyforever.com/2012/03/08/cleaning/

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[Disclosure: The giveaway prize will be provided by Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my blog. I am not liable for the prize. I received a copy of the DVD for review. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]

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35 thoughts on “Review and Giveaway ~ Barney: Clean Up Clean Up

  1. I get my kids to help around the house by singing a song with them, I also show my youngest son how to put things away and where they go then I applaud him and tell him Thank You for putting his toys away and the next time he will do it again because he loves when he is getting praised.

  2. The kids have to help clean up around the house. I don’t give them too much to do but they need to know that it’s a family act to keep things clean and organized.

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