Thursday, March 1, 2012

Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up! Review and Giveaway! - CLOSED!


Great news for us parents!  On March 6th, HIT Entertainment and Lionsgate are bringing us a new Barney DVD entitled: Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up!  As a parent and childcare provider, one of my main struggles is getting help with picking up!  My house is such a mess with toys every day.  To get the kids to help with pick up time, I have tried praise, motivation, and even threats.  None of these tactics always work.  The other day we received this new DVD and I popped it in for the daycare kids and they all had so much fun singing along with Barney and learning the importance of clean up time.  Now when clean up time comes along, I remind them of Barney and we sing the fun "Clean Up" song together as we work.  This DVD would make a great Easter Basket stuffer.  It is also a great tool for parents having issues with clean up time, like me!



SYNOPSIS 

Barney™ shows how to make cleaning fun; from painting the caboose, to washing windows, to putting away toys! See Riff™ learn new tricks when his litterbot leaves him in a heap of a mess. All the friends help BJ out of a big spill, and they work together to host a fancy tea party. Everything’s better with friends, and when teamwork helps with clean-work, the world sparkles and shines!

Episodes include:
  • “Litterbot”
  • “All Aboard!” 
  • “The Nature of Things”
DVD BONUS FEATURES
  • “Clean Up Time” Game
  • “Clean Up, Do Our Share” Music Video 
  • “Clean Up, Clean Up” Karaoke Song
VOD AND DIGITAL BONUS FEATURE 
  • “Glad To Be Me” Bonus Episode

BUY IT:

You can pre-order Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up! on Amazon for only $10.99!

WIN IT:

Thanks to HIT Entertainment and Lionsgate, one lucky Adventures of a Thrifty Mommy reader will win a DVD copy of Barney: Clean Up, Clean Up!  Click "Read more" and follow the Rafflecopter directions to enter.


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25 comments:

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

Try to make it a game/fun.

Kris said...

I also try to make it fun for them!

Cinderella10383 said...

I sing a song with my son and he and I dance while picking it up. I also show him where to put things and then I tell him how much of a big boy he is.
Jamie Brigham
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MamaStace said...

I tell him if he cleans his room he can choose any activity to do once it's cleaned..

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Missy L said...

They have a chore chart. If they do their chores before dinner they are each rewarded with getting to choose one tv show to watch before bed.

Aileen said...

No TV until cleanup is done. arobimom at gmail dot com

Mysharona said...

I promise them an allowance

akronugurl said...

i help them! and make it fun
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slb3334 said...

we make it a game.

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susan1215 said...

They know that they have to clean their room or they don't get to play

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tavernie said...

We make a game of it!

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crystletellerday said...

i made up a game where we take strips of paper and put them in a empty cereal box and everyone picks one and that's the chore you have to do crystletellerday@yahoo.com

KPort207 said...

Make it fun

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Ashley said...

We sing the Clean Up song and that works pretty well!

Gianna said...

Fun boxes to put things away in.

Jessica said...

THeir toys!!

cdziuba said...

I set a timer!

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

we play who can pick up the fastest
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kimberly helton said...

we make it a race! :)

Anonymous said...

We put on favorite music!

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ani hearts japan said...

I have different tactics with each of my kids. Something different works for each different kid.

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Erica C. said...

They know if they don't clean up, then they won't have their fun time.
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amy16323 said...

sing and dance to make it fun
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kathy pease said...

I bribe them by letting them pick a movie on netflix

Atreau said...

I ask them to help set the table or count the vegetables so it makes it fun for them.