It looks like rain. But Min has decided to become the Queen Of Make-Believe. Suddenly, it looks like lots of fun! With Barney leading his Friends on a romp of games, songs and activities. They put on a pretend tea-party, build a robot with boxes, they even create some special ""stretching exercises"" for the imagination. Pretending, make-believing or imagining- children learn it's always called fun.
It's the eve of ""Family Night"" at school. A super time for Barney & Friends to celebrate all those wonderful folks (and even pets!) at home. With paintings, books, songs, and dances. There's just one glitch to the gala; Kathy's not sure her ""small"" family measures up. It's just her Mom, her grandmother and herself. But after Barney gets through with his fun and games, the children realize that a family is defined by love, not by size.
Barney and his friends learn some fun lessons about ""playing it safe."" The kids create cardboard-box cars to teach the rules about seatbelt use and crossing the street safely. To teach Baby Bop about strangers, a classroom version of Little Red Riding Hood is performed. Great music and special lyrics help reinforce the safety lessons. When Barney stumbles on a toy, the children learn that safety begins at home!
When Tina and Luci are playing basketball, Tina is disappointed when she can't play as well as her older sister or the other big kids. Barney stops by to show Tina all the great things she can do with exercise. Barney and the kids play games and sing songs about exercise and find out how fun it is to learn about their bodies. With new found energy and confidence, Tina ends up playing basketball as well as the others.
Barney and his friends discover they have plenty of ""food for thought"" as they learn about nutrition. Discovering the four food groups and the importance of eating healthy snacks allows Barney, Baby Bop and their friends to have fun together. An imaginative rhyming story tells about the perils of being a picky eater. A friend of Barney's sings a humorous song about meals that would ""bug"" most diners. Special songs and lyrics reinforce the lesson that eating healthy foods is the right thing to do.
Talk about the weather! The kids do much more than that as Barney squeezes all four seasons into one rollicking make-believe holiday. You won't believe how much fun you can have celebrating the wind, rain, and the snow. There's a barrel-full of songs about Spring's showers, Summer's warmth, Fall's leaves, and Winter's chill.
After the kids and Barney enjoy reading a scary pirate book, the book's character, Rainbow Beard, appears and gives them a treasure map of their own to solve. In order to find the treasure, the group must learn a variety of songs and games about colors and shapes. When they finally find the treasure the kids get a big surprise and learn a valuable lesson about sharing with others.
After Luci and Tina leave for a plane trip to their grandmother's house, the other kids wish they could travel too. Barney drops by and takes them for a trip on ""Barney Airlines, Destination: Imagination City!"" Once in ""Imagination City,"" the group envisions a variety of sights to see and all the many fun ways of getting there: a car, a camel, a hot air balloon, and even just by walking.
Barney is a very large dinosaur--but there may not be enough of him to go around when Min and Kathy quarrel over whose turn it is to play with their big purple pal. Coming from a big family, Min is tired of sharing--but joins her friends in an exploration of ways to share fun and work. Baby Bop learns a lesson about being greedy; a puppet show of ""The Little Red Hen"" teaches that rewards and responsibilities are linked. And Barney has a magic gift for Min to help change her mind about sharing!
The kid's learn and draw pictures of farm animals, but Shawn is unhappy with his drawing when no one knows what it is. Barney pops in to cheer him up and show the children an imaginary farm firsthand. Barney's friend, Farmer Henderson, shows the kids all types of farm animals and Barney teaches Shawn that the beauty of classroom art is in the eye of the beholder!
A sudden thunderstorm chases the kids into the classroom, where they are frightened by the rain, thunder and lightning. Barney arrives and tells them how to use positive thoughts to change their fears into fun. The kids make silly monster artwork, and then pretend they are funny, friendly monsters. Barney also helps Shawn overcome his fear of dogs when he meets Min's canine friend, Molly.
It's Barney birthday and everyone is excited about throwing him the best party ever, using classroom materials and their imagination! Barney teaches his friends about birthday customs around the world and that receiving gifts is not the most important part of birthdays.
When Barney arrives to play with his friends, Derek, plays ""alphabet fun"" by spelling a ""mystery word"" a letter at a time. The group plays games and sings songs related to each letter of the mystery word. Rhyming words, making alphabet soup, walking through the alphabet, and seeing how, many letters they can make with their bodies, gives the children many chances to play with letters and words. Children learn that having fun with letters and words and learning the alphabet are the first steps to reading.
The school's ""Earth Week"" has Barney and his friends all abuzz about things they can do to protect the earth. Through fun-filled songs, the children learn the importance of recycling... how to make new things out of old...how to conserve water, air and land clean. The children form a ""trashcan"" band performing a silly symphony song and do a skit about Johny Appleseed. Sharing and caring for the earth become a ""fun thing"" to do.
Mother Goose needs help! A bookworm has eaten the pages from her book of nursery rhymes, and Barney & Friends must help her remember the missing rhymes! Songs, dances, puzzles and puppets showcase more than 20 favorite rhymes...and Barney's friends learn how much fun a book can be!
Barney finds Tosha, a new girl at school, lonely and without friends. He introduces her to Michael, Derek, and Kathy. Together, they learn why doing things with friends is much more fun than being alone. At the same time, Derek and Michael must learn the true meaning of friendship and sharing when they cannot agree on who should get possession of a picture they made together.
Barney & Friends are really ""going buggy"" as they discover the world of bugs and insects around us. Tina gains confidence being a girl who likes bugs. Michael shares a story about ants and teaches his friends about good work habits. Stories and songs introduce other bugs and insects...and a surprising visitor ""drops in"" on Little Miss Muffet, to teach a lesson about accepting others who are different.
Getting big is a big responsibility--and Shawn and the other kids are worried about doing a grown-up job. Barney guides his friends through the many careers there are to choose from, and shows how many jobs are linked to activities children are already familiar with. The children discover all jobs are important and begin to learn the concept of
Luci introduces her new friend, Patty (who is visually impaired), to Barney, Michael, Tina and Kathy. Patty comments that a beautiful day can be experienced through more of one's senses than just sight. Michael's class is studying the five senses, which leads to fun songs and activities related to each of them. Perhaps most important, Patty shows the group that a child with blindness can do many things for him/herself and play right along with the others. Patty teaches the kids a rhyme and its corresponding hand movements...and she reads a story to Kathy, using braille.
Michael is scheduled to play a cello solo at the school concert in a few days and he is nervous about playing in front of all those people. Barney invites his friend Greg Murray to teach the kids about music and help Michael learn that ""practice makes perfect."" Barney and his friends learn to identify musical instruments and their sounds and appreciate all the different varieties of music.
Barney & Friends are in the mood for an adventure--and they have one, when they all help Baby Bop learn more about neighborhoods! Imagination makes the journey magical with role-playing, an ""invisible dog"" chase, a scary visit to Dinosaur Days, and trips to make-believe versions of neighborhood points of interest! Even an ordinary neighborhood is filled with fun, songs, and surprises when it's explored ""Barney-style.""
Barney's friends wish to camp in the woods and Barney makes there wish come true. While there they meet woodland creatures like a raccoon and a kookaburra. Lucy also tells them a scary story wish isn't really scary but truly funny. They make smores. They finally go home.
The kids have planned a picnic and Barney's invited. After enjoying some healthy fare, the kids have fun with bubbles. Baby Bop arrives and a ""Splash Party"" ensues, incorporating all sorts of water activities. The kids show they know their manners by being polite and curtious to one another.
Someone (i don't remember who) needs to learn how to count. Barney makes a carnival of numbers on the playground. They play limbo, throw a football through the tire swing, bowl, and have a pretend ride. The ticket person is Lucy. They each get 5 tickets.(i think) At the end the person knows how to count.
The kids wish they could travel to other countries to see them firsthand. Barney & Friends use their imagination to travel to Scotland, Israel, Africa, China and Mexico, where hosts expose them to different songs, costumes, and customs. The kids hear music played on interesting instruments and learn new dance steps. They also learn that several of their favorite songs have roots in other lands.
An upcoming trip to the Doctor has Kathy feeling blue. Abig dose of purple is just what she needs. Barney and friends to the rescue. They get her laughing with some zany songs then lead her through make believe visit too the Doctor. The check up includes receiving a shot.This shows kids that it is not so bad when you know about them before hand. The kds sing and dance their way through Barneys famous "" feel good rules"" to keep those young bodies strong . Who says health has to be boring? Not Barney!
Tina is having a dismal day. The greatest misfortune came when her kitten ran out the door. Barney helps turn things around by making rhythm instruments, dancing, amd drawing faces. But is Tina up against a wall of frustration?
Barney lectures on animals' homes based on children's pictures. The children also draw pictures of different houses for people.
Luci tells everyone about her grandfather, whose birthday had been a few days back. Barney recommends that everyone hold a fiesta. Everyone gets in on the fiesta music, and they are surprised to see a folk dancer.
Tina doesn't think she is special in anyway. Barney points out a special talent in all of his friends. He says he has a special surprise for everyone that will show them someone special, It is a mirror. Barney wasn't lying when he said it would show them someone special!
Barney and friends have fun celebrating Fall and preparing for a school "Fall Festival."
When Derek's granddad and Kathy's nana visit the school, Barney and the kids learn how grandparents are special people.
The kids take Barney and Baby Bop through a pretend day at school.
Barney and friends explore shapes and colors.
After Mother Goose's goose Clarence goes missing, it's up to Barney and the kids to help her find him.
Barney takes his friends to a forest and teaches them about different animals.
Barney, Baby Bop, and the kids show off things that they can do.
Barney and his friends explore different careers through pretend play.
Barney and the kids have fun with art. Author Tomie DePaola visits.
Baby Bop celebrates her third birthday and Barney throws a birthday party for her with things that do with the number three.
Tina's ready to play in a big way after getting her cast removed, and the kids suggest staging a playground circus. Michael, the Ringmaster, introduces Barney, the Balancing Dinosaur; Derek, the Juggler and the Tightrope Twins, Terrific Tina and Magnificent Min. Special Guest Joe Scruggs sings the song that really sets off the silliness, but, in the end the kids learn that exercise is good for your body and can still be lots of fun. Barney also reminds us that hugging is an exercise that's good for the heart!
When Kathy and the others bring teddy bears to school, Barney and the kids have fun with some of their favorite things.
After Shawn shows his loose tooth, Barney and the kids learn all about teeth and dental hygiene.
Barney and friends learn about different safety rules including ones about crossing streets and playing on the playground.
BJ needs to save a princess in a make believe jungle. Barney and the kids show him how to use his imagination.
Using letters from A to Z, Barney and his friends set up an "Animal Alphabet Zoo."
The kids are in for ""tens of fun"" when Barney's friend, Mr. Tenagain, visits. His passion for all ""things 10"" leads to the reading of ""Ten, Nine, Eight"" and an account of Mr. Tenagain's trip to the moon. Snack time generates some antics in the kitchen, and a delightful picnic - visited by some rather unusual ants! Finally, Mr. Tenagain leaves surprise instructions on the ""nicest way to count to 10.""
While waiting for Tosha's mother to arrive with a special surprise, Barney and the kids learn about what makes everyone special. Singer Ella Jenkins visits and shares some songs with the group.
Barney introduces the kids to his Vend-O-Ball Machine. He tells them they can press any of the yellow buttons because they dispense various types of balls, but nobody is to press the red button on the bottom, because it has a problem. The kids take turns pressing the buttons and learn about different ball activities such as bowling and golf. Scooter, curious what will happen if one presses the bottom button, asks Baby Bop to do so, and it dispenses so many balls, all the kids come to clean up, and Scooter apologizes for causing the chaos.
Curtis is embarrassed to be dressed like a tree for a school play. Barney assures him that it's a terrific role and hopes Curtis will feel the same way when he learns more about trees. Barney and the children learn about trees' need for water and sunlight. They also learn that trees remain healthy even when the leaves change color and drop off in the Fall. The Adventure Screen shows many different types of trees in different environments. The children are surprised to discover how many of their favorite foods and products come from trees. This leads to a discussion of a lumberjack's job, and Barney tells the fantastic tale of Paul Bunyan. Scooter and Miss Etta tell the children that trees are often homes for different animals. Barney reminds the children that everyone should help save trees by recycling. In the end, Curtis has an entirely new outlook about his role in the play.
After learning about ""Explorers"" in school, the kids want to explore their own world. Barney shows them how to use their ""five senses"" to do the job.
In a premise similar to the episode called ""Hola, Mexico!"" back in Season 1, Barney's treehouse is the site for Robert's Mexican-themed birthday party. The piÃ±ata proves to be the highlight of the kids' fiesta.
The kids find out that learning something new takes practice. Keesha, Stephen, and Jeff help Barney teach Baby Bop to jump rope.
Barney and his friends help Mr. Boyd prepare his dog Bingo for a trip to the veterinarian for a check-up, but he's hiding in the tool shed. Everyone learns lessons about caring for dogs as they help Mr. Boyd search for Bingo. Meanwhile, BJ is searching for his missing baseball, which he suspects was buried by Bingo. Other visitors to the park include Miss Duffy, a sight-impaired friend of Barney's who introduces the children to her guide dog, Kellie. A visit from Mr. Steele and his multitude of Chihuahuas prompts Barney to show the kids about a wide variety of dogs.
Simon Willats plays trombone!
Barney reminds Baby Bop that bandages are for real injuries; safety rules for playgrounds.
From a chalk hopscotch board made of triangles, the kids explore the shapes around them. The triangle gets the most exposure, from rooftops to paper hats.
Barney, Baby Bop and the kids discuss the different rooms in a house while B.J. makes a house of his own. In the process, everyone learns what parts of a house are important.
Barney, Baby Bop and the children learn about on and off.
Little people have big feelings, as Barney relates. He gets his friends to make masks of faces. Barney helps B.J. and Baby Bop with their mad feelings. Shot on location is the song Colors Make Me Happy.
In their school project, the kids attach hearts with names of people they care about, on a bare tree. Barney helps the kids get a wide view of all the people who care about them. Their friends-and-family tree ""blooms"" considerably.
Barney tells the kids how rhythm is instrumental to music. It inspires the kids to start a marching band.
Barney steps in as the Simon of a Simon Says game. It starts everyone dancing and moving about. Midway through, Barney narrates a dramatization of The Tortoise and the Hare.
Laura, David, and Miguel find Barney's paper airplaneâ€“and set their imaginations on one goal: building a pretend airplane.
Jackson, Miguel, Rachel, and ""Dr. Whitney"" play check-up to see how they have grown. Barney shares with them ways to help their bodies grow stronger and healthier. One way is to exercise.
B.J. pulls out a huge pile of balls and other things for playing games. But he needs friends to help him decide what game to play.
Kami, Rachel, and Nick go on Barney's number hunt. As Barney shows different number cards, the kids use their senses to find the real objects.
Daniel explains to Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, and the kids how he and his family will use different modes of transportation on their cruise vacation. With a little imagination, Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, and the kids use boxes to build some cars, a plane, a bus, and a cruise ship.
Ready Set Play
Songs from the Park
Barney helps BJ learn the importance of honesty when BJ tells everyone he can leap over the moon.
Barney sets up a sports day in the park. Baby Bop encourages a special needs child to join the fun.
Baby Bop's friend Monty the butterfly passes through the park with a flock of friends on their way to Mexico. When Monty gets left behind by his insect friends and family, Barney takes everyone on a visit to Mexico, where Baby Bop will say good-bye to her butterfly friend.
arney's excited to find out that Rusty's family is adopting a new baby girl from China; however, Rusty's not sure if he's going to be a good brother, and he doesn't know much about China. Barney shows Rusty and the others some info China on the computer and BJ and Baby Bop talk about siblings. Through Barney's Travel Book, Barney takes Rusty, BJ and Baby Bop on an adventure to China where he can learn more about his new sister's heritage. When they get there, the people are celebrating Chinese New Year. From lion dances and talented performers to tasty treats and puppet shows, the celebration never runs out of fun. By the time he returns to the park, Rusty excitedly meets his new baby sister, named Mei Ling, and realizes he will be the best big brother ever!
Ben is late to the park and is disappointed to realize he missed his chance at riding a real pony. He has waited his whole life for this, and now it looks as if he’s missed his opportunity. Luckily, Barney takes him to Spain where they meet Regalo, a dancing horse with Riff and Baby Bop. Ben and Barney return to the park just in time for Ben to ride the pony after all! Ben is thrilled to ride a horse and learned an important lesson about patience and waiting.
Emma is stuck with a school project and can't play soccer with Joshua. Having to interview her parents and get info about an interesting ancestor, she is frustrated with the assignment. Barney helps her discover that her ancestors were from Venice, Italy. Using his Travel Book, Barney takes Josh, Emma, and Riff to Venice. He gives his friends a gondola ride as well as telling them about famous explorer Marco Polo. Barney's friend Anna Maria tells Emma that she knew her great grandfather and takes her to his shop, where they try on masks and make some of their own. Emma learns that if she makes the mask in parts, she'll get it done. Barney reminds her of this lesson, so she will do the same for her school project.
Barney, Baby Bop and BJ are helping the kids get ready for a school play. Barney tells everyone that putting on shows began in Greece. Of course, the little dinos and kids want to visit the country, so off they go! While there, they meet some Greek friends and decide to put on a play in an amphitheatre. Barney knows a great story that originated in Greece called “King Midas.” By the end of the day, everyone has learned that wanting too much is not a good thing, especially BJ!
The kids are having a yard sale, getting rid of old toys, books and clothes. Kioko shows up holding a prized possession-a music box from Switzerland. By accident, Ben includes the music box in a cardboard box of yard sale items-and the music box is sold! Kioko is sad and Ben wants to make things right, so he and Barney travel to Switzerland in search of a replacement gift. While there, they sample Swiss food, customs and games-but no music box! Luckily when Ben returns the music box is returned!
When the kids find a mysterious, colorful egg in the park, Barney takes them on a trip to Kenya to try to find out what kind of animal could have laid the egg. While in Kenya, they meet Ayira who introduces them to many people, cultures and animals of Kenya!
What started out as a day of play, suddenly turns into a search for a "Bird of Paradise" that Tracy needs for her school project. Ben tells her that it's a rare bird, and they are only found in Hawaii. Barney then takes the kids to Hawaii, using his Travel Book. There they learn different words, how to make leis and even a hula dance. In the end everyone finds out that the "Bird of Paradise" is actually a flower, not a bird.
Emma wants to paint an award-winning painting for the "Art In The Park Show," but she is just isn't satisfied with her artwork. Barney takes her to France to learn how to paint from his friend Pierre. While there, they learn about France and how to "paint by following your heart!"
It's Earth Day, a great time for everyone to learn how to help take care of our world, but Ben is wasting paper while BJ isn't too concerned about cutting down a tree to make room for a new playground. After a trip to the rainforest and a meeting with Mother Nature, everyone learns the importance of taking care of our world. As Earth Day comes to an end, Barney reminds us all that taking good care of our Earth is the natural thing to do…for the people we love.
Gift of the Dinos: At Christmastime, BJ dreams of getting a brand new baseball glove, while Riff hopes for brand new drumsticks. Barney reminds them both that Christmas is about more than just getting gifts. Winter: Baby Bop waits for the first snowfall of the year!
Riff's Musical Zoo: After Tracy's Mom can't take the kids to the zoo, Riff uses stuffed animals and musical instruments to mimic animals sounds to create a "musical zoo"! Boats BJ and Riff build a make-believe boat for Baby Bop to ride.
The Magical Caboose: Barney and the kids board the caboose and use their imagination to go to different places. They visit Egypt, Tahiti, and India. Arts: Barney introduces his friends to many different kinds of art.
Movement: Coach Baby Bop and BJ help Barney prepare for the sack race. Separation: Baby Bop misses BJ and Riff, when they go off on a camping trip.
Pistachio: BJ, Baby Bop, and Riff think that Barney is eating too many pistachio but he can't stop eating them. BJ's Snack Attack: After BJ eats too many treats, he dreams a world of only sweet treats.
Bop 'til You Drop: Barney steps in when Baby Bop gets a little too pushy and bossy with her friends after losing her pink balloon. Sharing: After Riff breaks BJ's scooter, he sells his old stuff to buy a new one!
Little Red Rockin' Hood: Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, Riff, and the kids tell the story of how a country singer and Rock-N-Roll wolf blended their music together and created Country Rock! Differences: When the kids leave a wheelchair kid out of the fun, Barney decides to let him know that sometimes he feels the same way too.
Butterflies: Barney, Baby Bop, and Riff help Baby Bop find her butterfly Monty. The Nature of Things: After Rachel litters in the park, she has a dream about how the litter affects animal homes.
China: BJ's Chinese Pen Pal visits the park! Welcome, Cousin Riff: Barney informs Baby Bop and BJ that their cousin Riff has moved into town!
Rabbits: Detective BJ helps Baby Bop figure out which animal is eating her snacks Listen!: When the kids hear a mysterious noise in the park, Detective Riff is on the case!
The Big Garden: Barney and his friends harvest crops in their garden! Get Happy!: After Olivia is sad, Riff invents a device to make her happy again!
Big as Barney: After seeing how Barney helps many people, Ryan wishes he could be more like Barney. When he pretends to be more like Barney, Barney teaches him that he can help people by just being himself. The Chase: After the kids fight over wanting to do the same thing, Barney tells them a Native American story that teaches to be yourself and not follow the crowd.
Playing Games: Barney teaches Baby Bop to follow the rules of the game. No, No, No!: After Baby Bop gets fustrated by hearing "No!" all the time, Barney tells Baby Bop the story of Cinderella
The Emperor's Contest: After Ryan thinks of cheating during a fishing contest, Barney tells him a story about how a boy became emperor for being honest. The Whole Truth: BJ takes credit for Sarah's picture, thinking his friends would like him better if he was a great artist. Barney teaches him that his friends like him for who he is.
Seeing: Baby Bop is playing hide-and-seek with an elephant! Beethoven's Hear: After Riff wonders if he would still like music if he was deaf, Barney introduces one of the best deaf musician of all time - Beethoven.
Best in Show: Susan lets BJ enter her dog Pilgrim in a dog show! Ducks and Fish: Riff care for some duck eggs!
The Shrinking Blankey: Baby Bop is worried that she is outgrowing her blankey. Things I Can Do: Barney and his friends show off things they can do!
Mother Goose: Characters from The Land of Mother Goose come to the caboose in search for their lost things. Fun with Reading: After BJ gets an injury while playing Captain Pickles, Barney and the kids have fun with books. They even write their own story!
The Blame Game: After Marcos accidently breaks Melanie's project, he's afraid that she would not be his friend anymore. Barney teaches him that good friends are always honest to each other! Airplanes: BJ has fun with his toy airplane. But when Riff's curiousity causes him to mess up BJ's toy, can BJ put it back together?
The New Kid: After Riff makes friends with new kid Noah, BJ becomes jealous and thinks he is not Riff's friend anymore. Barney teaches him that you can always keep your old friendships and make new ones too. The Princess and the Frog: After Baby Bop promises Ryan to watch his pet frog, Barney tells her the story of "The Princess and the Frog" to remind her to always keep her promises.
Barney™ has your ticket to adventure as he brings the magic of his colorful stage show to video. Join the purple dino-star and his co-stars, Baby Bop™ and BJ™, as they visit exciting places and make new friends, including a tap-dancing monkey, an ice-skating polar bear and a starfish who sings rock and roll! Imagine flying to a rain forest, dancing with penguins in the Arctic, and exploring the colorful world under the sea. Sing and dance along with Barney on a magical, musical trip around our colorful world! Approx. Run Time: 189 minutes (including bonus features)
Kids everywhere flock to Barney for fun, dancing, and learning, which makes him the perfect accompaniment for your child as he or she begins to learn to read and spell. Baby Bop is so excited to be able to write her name, and the kids are planning an art show of all the brightest hues, using their imaginations to learn about shapes and colors. Baby Bop is keeping everyone guessing as to what she will draw that's shaped like a rectangle: it's soft, yellow, and friendly for sure! songs included on the DVD are "Mister Sun," "Alphabet Soup," "Mix a Color," and of course, "I Love You!"
Barney and his friends from the Backyard Gang learn about colors in this episode from the popular series. Sarah, Mario, and Tony separate things into piles of red, yellow, and blue. When they realize they don't have enough yellow things, Miss Jo gives them the picture she painted of a yellow flower. Meanwhile, Sarah adds to the collection with some crepe paper flowers.
Barneys new park is a great place to play! and its a great place to sing & dance. Barney & his friends can always find something to sing about - from picnics to playgrounds to parrades. So tune up & tune in for a musical tour of barneys park - its something to sing about!
Barney and friends take a fun-filled and educational trip to Hawaii. Sail-boating, kite-flying, shell-hunting, learning to build sandcastles, and an underwater ride in a submarine are all a part of this exciting day on the beach. Children will also learn about marine life, health and safety tips, and they'll be taught how to hula dance. Of course, singing plays a big role in this day at the beach. Barney and friends sing 14 songs including, "Rain, Rain, Go Away," "Colors All Around," "If I Lived Under The Sea," "Barney's Hula Dance," and many more.
Come join Barney, Baby Bop and BJ as they take their friends on a fun-filled adventure to a farm. Everyone's favorite big purple dinosaur takes his little friends on an exciting trip to the farm. Barney, Baby Bop, and BJ go exploring to see what farm life is all about. They learn all about the fresh seasonal produce the farmers grow, and even get to play with baby animals! Homemade ice cream, summer sunshine, and a chance to explore the barn make this one spectacular day, and to top it off, Barney and friends sing no less than 17 fabulous songs that kids will love to sing along with.
The imagination runs wild when Barney and his friends BJ and Baby Bop travel to the Land of Make Believe. There, they encounter a little storybook princess with a big problem: she can't find her way back to her kingdom! The friendly purple dinosaur and his pals undertake to help her, and along the way they meet a beautiful mermaid, swim with the dolphins, and get to know a magician. But as much fun as they are having, the poor Princess still has to make it home, and Barney and his friends must find their way back as well. Will all the new friends be able to make it to their respective destinations? The possibilities are limited only by the imagination!
Barney the big purple dinosaur and his new friend Pop Wheely have a blast teaching their fun-loving pals BJ and Baby Bop about bikes, buses, boats, and other things that "go" in this collection of transportation-themed episodes.
Barney and his animal pals team up to teach youngsters how fun learning the alphabet can be with this collection of sing-a-long, educational activities.
Barney's friends are holding a book drive in the park, and every time they open a book, a new tale begins! Reading helps their imaginations grow and inspires the kids to build a make-believe rocket, put on a circus and create their own books. Happy Dancing' Feet: When the dinos' old friend Min dances onto the scene, Barney and the kids show off their talents, moving and grooving to jazz, hip-hop and country music. Bj's favorite is the dino-dance! And even though he thinks ballet is for girls, Bj finally agrees to dance with Baby Bop. They are 'tutu" cute, and Bj discovers that all kinds of dancing are fun.
Barney and chums learn all about minding their manners and how to be polite.
Barney and his friends are movin’ and groovin’ to the beat of the music! As they learn about rhythm and create their own musical instruments, Barney leads the band with a rat-a-tat-tat and a rooty-toot-toot. And they discover there are lots of ways to get a move on as they do the Baby Bop Hop and the Dino Dance. Then, after wiggling through a game of Simon says, they’re off to the races. Barney’s friends discover the fun of movement while making beautiful music together!
Hop aboard and get ready for the ride of your life as bus driver Barney takes the whole gang to some of their favorite imaginary destinations. First stop, a castle just for Brett where he can rule in the land of make believe. Then, it's back on the bus and on to Barney's Purple Pepperoni Pizzeria. Then, after a rootin', tootin' ride into the Old West for Keesha, followed by a stop at the circus for Baby Bop, it's BJ's turn for adventure. And with a little help from Barney, he soon becomes a one-man, or rather one-dino band. So climb on board and grab a seat. It's mile after mile of fun on Barney's Adventure Bus.
See Barney's House for the first time ever and share the fun with a houseful of his guests. At Barney's house, imagination can make anything happen at any time. That's why BJ, Baby Bop and some of their young friends are treated to surprising inventions, rock n roll singing birds, a web-surfing mouse, storybook visitors, and much more!
It's Valentine's Day and the kids are making valentine boxes. A mysterious card arrives in Barney's valentine box, which he explains is from the Queen of Hearts. With a little imagination, Barney and his friends head off to visit her castle. They meet the Queen of Hearts and explore the castle. From making cookies and watching butterflies to making silly rhymes, there's fun in every corner. There's even a surprise Valentine's Day party organized by the Queen of Hearts, where B.J. and Baby Bop meet up with the others. The group gets dressed up nicely and they have loads of fun. Barney and the kids give a card they made to the Queen of Hearts, which she enjoys. Back at the Treehouse, Barney gives the kids Valentines cards.
All we need is love from our family and friends – and, of course, Barney! Discover the joys and laughter that moms, grandparents and cousins can bring in this collection full of unforgettable moments of warmth and togetherness the whole family will cherish!
Grab your safari hat and get ready for a one-of-a-kind musical jungle adventure! Join your best friends, Barney, BJ™ , and Baby Bop™ as they laugh, dance, and sing through an enchanted rainforest and learn about all of the amazing plants, animals, and insects that call the rainforest their home. Watch and learn as kids play with monkeys, collect butterflies, and search for the legendary Higgledy Piggledy Pear Tree in this super-dee-duper™ tale of friendship and fun!
Love makes Barney's world go 'round, and the huggable dinosaur encourages his friends to express and understand their emotions in healthy ways. From creating masks to decorating a "Friends & Family Tree" with hearts, Barney uses fun songs and games to help his friends get in touch with their feelings. And he reminds them than manners, sharing and taking turns are great ways to show you care about others. It's always a happy day of fun and learning when you spend it with Barney and his friends.
Two, four, six, eight, Barney wants to celebrate! While playing a game of Hide and Seek in the park, Baby Bop realizes that she can't be the one to count to ten because she doesn't know how - so Barney and the kids jump right in to help her.
Come along with Barney™, Baby Bop™ and BJ™ on a magical and music-filled journey into the land of Mother Goose. Join the fun and sing along as classic nursery rhymes like Hickory Dickory Dock, Humpty Dumpty, London Bridge and more come to life!
It's time to play Barney's Musical Game Show, with your host, Barney the purple dinosaur. Join Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, and a fixed audience, as they sing, dance, learn, and see if they can sing those songs!
After a forest ranger visits the school, Stephen decides he wants to become one too, but there's one big problem: Stephen has never visited a forest before. With a little imagination, Barney whisks Stephen and his friends, Hannah, Kim, and Chip, to Camp WannaRunnaRound for a hiking, camping, Super-Dee-Duper adventure!
Barney and the kids travel to the North Pole to assure new-friend Derek that his name is on Santa's good list. They frolic on ice, play in the snow, and learn that giving things to others is what Christmas is all about.
Put on your PJs and brush your teeth, because it's time to go to a pajama party hosted by one of your best friends! So cuddle up close and get ready for a night full of musical memories courtesy of Barney the Dinosaur. There's pizza, popcorn and plent of your all-time favorite songs. You'll sing the night away as you enjoy moments from classic Barney videos. And some special friends might just drop by, too ... like Riders in the Sky and BJ and Baby Bop. So be sure to invite all your pals and don't forget to grab you teddy bear, Barney's Pajama Party is about to begin.
There's non-stop fun as Barney and his friends learn all about opposites! Everyone helps Baby Bop understand concepts like up & down, in & out and high & low. Hey Diddle Diddle, the kids see that they can be big or little, but it's what's inside that counts! Then join in as Barney and his friends have a cool time on a hot day in a pretend winter-summer wonderland learning about hot and cold! There's always Tee-rrific teaching and fun when big dinos and small friends are around!
Barney's Super-dee-duper Singing Circus has arrived! And it's got everything children want to see: a marching band, a carful of silly clowns, a flying squirrel on a trapeze, prancing ponies, a lion tamer, whistling wiener-dogs, a strongman that can lift Ringmaster Barney high over his head and more.
Barney’s friends are holding a book drive in the park, and every time they open a book, a new tale begins! Reading helps their imaginations grow and inspires them to build a make-believe rocket, put on a circus, and create their own books!
Barney, BJ, and Baby Bop take a trip to the seaside. The dinosaur friends have fun on the sandy shores as they fly kites, windsurf, and take a ride in a sailboat.
Pack your bags with Barney for a vacation filled with musical adventure. The trip turns into a singing and dancing celebration of the differences and similarities between cultures.
It's another fun-filled day as Barney and the children make visits to some of the local businesses including Cannoli's Bakery, Bouffant's Barber Shop, Miss Marigold's Flower Shop, the PB&J Cafe, and Green's Grocery. They meet many different people and discover the places which make up a neighborhood. With Barney, children will learn that the people who live next door can be more than just neighbors, they can be friends. Meanwhile, BJ and Baby Bop wait for a surprise from Deborah the delivery lady.
After Stella the Storyteller leaves her suitcase in the tree house, Barney and the kids travel to France, Canada, and Mexico to find her. Meanwhile, Baby Bop and BJ fight over who gets to use the box.
While visiting the show, Stella the Storyteller's suitcase of props explodes, and Barney and the kids help repack it. But while giving assistance, they also use the props to tell classic stories: Rumpelstiltskin, Rapunzel, and more. This enjoyable installment in the Barney library may very likely be the place some child viewers will hear these stories for the first time.
The movie starts out with firefighters being summoned to help a woman whose foot is stuck. But when they get her inside the ambulance, Chief Arnett realizes that their mascot/rescue dog Scout has disappeared. A few days later, Barney and his friends honor the courage and caring of these everyday heroes. The adventure begins in the park, as Barney helps the children imagine what they'll be when they grow up. BJ finds a dog (who is really Scout, the missing rescue dog), and while Barney tries to explain that the dog may have a home, BJ doesn't want to listen to Barney's advice. A smoke alarm goes off in the caboose, and firefighters rush to the park. Fortunately, it's a false alarm, caused by one of Riff's inventions. Baby Bop wants to know, "What makes a hero?" and BJ is surprised to learn that "his" dog may be the firehouse mascot and a working rescue dog. After an action-packed visit to the firehouse, Baby Bop understands what being a hero means - and she's found one more hero to honor....her big brother, BJ.
After hearing all sorts of fun the children have in school, Baby Bop wishes she could go to school too. So, with a little imagination, Barney creates a school just for Baby Bop and it is full of surprises!
Barney and the children are decorating the caboose for Christmas. Barney explains the concept of "Snowflake Buddies", in which one chooses a paper snowflake, and gives the person who's name is written on the snowflake a gift. Baby Bop then arrives with a long Christmas wish-list, so Barney and the children explain to her that Christmas is also about giving. Later, the group decides to write Christmas cards to their friends, as well as Santa Claus. After this, they play out the story of "The Nutcracker".
A magical sign leads Barney and his friends to an enchanted forest. Along the way, they find a lost crown that belongs to the king. Following the sign to the castle, Barney and his friends return the crown to the king. Filming Location: Rosemont Theatre- Rosemont, Illinois
Barney Songs is a Barney Clip Show released on November 7, 1995. It is a clip show of Season 3 episodes
Barney's Big Surprise! was Barney's first national stage show tour and his third stage show overall (following Barney in Concert, and Barney Live! In New York City). It toured in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the United Kingdom originally from 1996. It was also performed in Asia in 2004, in Argentina in 2006, and in Brazil in 2007. Filmed at Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Colisseum- Winston-Salem, North Carolina
It’s Halloween and Barney and the kids are decorating the gym for an exciting party at the school. From Indian corn to smiling jack-o-lanterns, the gym is aglow with the colors of fall. Meanwhile, BJ and Baby Bop are putting the final touches on their costumes as they get ready for a fun-filled night of trick-or-treating. Finally, evening arrives, the party begins, and the trick-or-treaters set out to search for goodies. Unfortunately, after a full night of trying, BJ comes up just a bit empty-handed. But when he and Baby Bop return to school, they soon find out that their friends have plenty of goodies and surprises waiting for them. Sometimes, the best treats at Halloween are good friends.
Barney and pals search for a missing Christmas tree's star
BJ and Baby Bop help Barney clean out his messy closet. While cleaning, they find lots of certain things that remind them of the fun times they shared with all their friends.
Barney and pals are stranded on Imagination Island after a storm ruins their ship
BJ experiences all four seasons in one day
Celebrate a day of giving with Barney! A toy drive inspires Barney and his friends to donate their old toys and learn the joy of sharing. Through magical storytelling and super-Dino surprises, Barney helps his gang discover that generosity brings a smile to everyone’s face. Baby Bop™, BJ™, and the rest of your pals can't wait for you to take part in the warm-hearted fun. You'll have a ball as you learn that friendship and sharing go hand in hand!
Join Barney and his friends for some tail-wagging adventures, as they have a purr-fectly wonderful time with pets! Learn how to care for your favorite furry friends, from helpful guide dogs to stunning show dogs and all different kinds of cats. You're sure to have a doggone good time with Baby Bop™, BJ™ and everyone's favorite fun-loving dinosaur, Barney!
Barney sings twenty of his favorite songs with an audience.
Every day with Barney is fun -- but today is stuuu-pendously special: it's Barney's birthday! His friends decide to throw a party and BJ and Baby Bop arrive with party supplies to help prepare for the festivities. Jackson is inspired by their assortment of handmade presents and hurries home in search of a very "special" gift for Barney. While waiting for his return, they play party games, sing songs and open presents
Christmas With Barney
Barney brings out his Game Machine for an afternoon of fun. But when the machine is empty; Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, and the kids look for toys and games to put into it. After the machine is filled with games, the kids turn the crank and out comes one big gameboard filled with fun and surprises!
Barney and the kids talk about safety rules, relating them to past memories. From fire and bike safety to being safe at home, Barney and friends cover it all. They also recap their visit from Firefighter Frank.
When Baby Bop™ forgets to say "please” and "thank you", Barney realizes it’s time for a lesson on how magic words can make other people feel good inside. As Baby Bop daydreams about a world without good manners, she realizes that being polite is not only important but it’s easy to do after all.
BJ`s favourite way of getting exercise is by playing sports and games, so he leads the group in a day full of fun and games. When Baby Bop is a bit shy about trying new games, Barney and his friends encourage her to try something new - and she has a tee-rrific time! Getting exercise is serious business, but it can also be 'fun and games' when you share the day with Barney
Barney and the kids form a marching band and learn the delights of making music!
Barney's friends are playing in Derek's backyard building a sand castle. When they wish they could visit a real castle Barney appears and takes them to a magical forest. They meet a friendly elf named Twynkle who likes to play games and make new friends. She shows them the road to the castle where they ride pretend horses and meet a real king! After taking care of the castle while the king goes fishing the kids are made princes and princesses of the kingdom.
hile in the park, Ben shows Emma a brand new toy remote-controlled helicopter he got. While showing her how it works, Barney arrives. Shortly after, Ben's toy helicopter gets out of control and it breaks. Ben claims that there is nothing more fun than flying his toy helicopter. While thinking of fun things to do, Barney brings up the time they had a Sports Day in the Park (A Game for Everyone: A Sports Adventure). Then they talk about their favorite games/toys they like to play, and Barney says that his favorite toy to play with is a ball, and tells the story of how many of the balls disappeared in the park (To Catch a Thief: A Mystery Adventure). In the end, Ben finds out there are more fun things to do than play with his toy helicopter
Baskets full of egg-citement abound when Mother Goose, a nest full of eggs, and a mysterious, carrot-eating visitor bring super-Dino adventures to the whole family. Hop along for the super-dee-duper adventures with Barney and his friends!
As Barney goes on a number hunt in the park, Riff plays detective looking for a mysterious sound. Baby Bop discovers rainbows, while Riff raises money to replace BJ's broken scooter.
With some help of fairy tale stories, Barney and the kids learn important lessons like patience, honesty, and perseverance.
It's check-up time! Barney teaches that doctors and dentists are our friends and shows how pediatricians, dentists and veterinarians keep people and animals healthy and strong!
UK Release of Let's Make Music
Barney encourages Riff to always reach for the stars, even when his homemade spaceship doesn’t reach Mars; Baby Bop learns about Mr. Moon’s important job lighting the night for the world, and BJ sees he’s special just the way he is – astronaut or not. Barney and his friends discover that the sky is not the limit when you use your imagination!
Ever wonder where Mother Goose lives? Barney, BJ,, Baby Bop and the children embark on a whimsical journey to The Land of Mother Goose where all their favorite rhymes come to magical life.
Join Barney and learn many different kinds of dancing, from hip-hop to ballet to folk dance and more!
Come along for the most huggable, lovable, and memorable moments with Barney and his friends as they share, learn, and grow together.
What do you want to be when you grow up? Join Barney and his friends as they look through Barney's costume shop and try on a few jobs for size. Just imagine and you can be ANYTHING!
Barney and the kids put on a talent show, with a big one performing a number of songs with others or solo, and some of the kids getting their moment in the spotlight as well!
Adam's mother takes the Backyard Gang and Barney (still a stuffed toy doll) to the studio where she works. While there, Barney and the Backyard Gang tour the studio on their own, while producing their own show. From a cereal commercial set and a puppet show and the six little ducks and teddy bears and the US flag and an island paradise and a make up place to a jungle, the show is filmed along with many props in the studio. With the power of imagination and some movie magic, anything is possible when Barney's around.