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Animal Atlas: Fun on the Farm

4.3 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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DOWN ON THE FARM: Pull on your boots and grab a piece of hay. In this episode of Animal Atlas, we discover what life on the farm is all about. E-I-E-I-O! BARNYARD FRIENDS: What's the difference between a barnyard animal and a wild animal? More than a cowbell. Find out where our favorite barnyard animals come from and how they became our helpers and our friends. THE HORSE, OF COURSE!: Saddle up and hit the trail with us to discover what makes a horse, a horse! Learn how horses became farm animals, how they live, and what animals they're related to in the wild. Giddyup!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Farm Animals
  • Directors: Long Needle Entertainment
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: NCircle Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 11, 2011
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003YKVGHE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,402 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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My kids and I love this DVD--as we love ALL of the Animal Atlas titles. The show is so much fun and it makes learning about animals a total joy. Forget the NATGEO/DISCOVERY videos that are heavy handed and so serious. My kids tune those out. But Animal Atlas keeps the fun going and there is much more wildlife information in Animal Atlas anyway. Fun on the Farm shows what life on a farm is like, where farm animals come from (your kids will be surprised), and what the difference is between a wild animal and a farm animal.
I also recommend these Animal Atlas titles--worth collecting. This is fun and enriching television:
Animal Passport: Animal Atlas: Animal Passport
Animals and Us: Animal Atlas: Animals and Us
Animal Mysteries: Animal Atlas: Animal Mysteries
Creepy Creatures: Animal Atlas: Creepy Creatures
Superhero Animals: Animal Atlas: Super Hero Animals

It looks like more titles are on the way, too. Like this one, Family Time, which looks great: Animal Atlas: Family Time
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This DVD along with the other Animal Atlas DVD's in the series are wonderful! Very educational, stimulating and thought-provoking. The narrator uses rich language which helps to build vocabulary among young ones. I have a 2 year old boy who doesn't like cartoons (which is fine by me) but loves these non-fiction DVD's. I really enjoy watching them with him as well. The Animal ABC's & Animal 123's DVD's have really helped reinforce his letter recognition skills along with counting. These would be great for preschool aged children as well.
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I bought this for my one year old, knowing that it was not made for kids quite his age. He loves any video with animals, and I assumed he would understand it more the older he grew. The vocabulary is rediculous. So much so, that even adults would think it was too much. It's almost as if they go out of their way to make it more difficult to understand. I really like that they made it educational, but in my opinion, it's overkill.
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I was a little let down with this because it was clear that they use the same shots from various zoos over and over. Also the information overlaps a lot. With that said, my 6 year old has enjoyed watching it though I think she will outgrow it quickly.
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I wasn't sure if this would be too old for my son and as I watched it with him, I was concerned there was too much narration. He was about 18-20 mos old when I bought it. He really enjoyed it though. He loves seeing the animals and even though he probably doesn't understand when it teaches about the difference between domesticated and tamed animals. I have been really happy with this purchase.
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My son watches Animal Atlas every single day, and they remain as popular as they were when first purchased a year ago. The Farm one in particular is his favorite, he just loves the horses and cows and all the other familiar farm creatures.

We own all of the DVDs in the series. The formula is simple but very effective - great footage of fun wild animals, paired with smart narration and facts about the animals. Most of the footage is from zoos, farms, animal parks and aquariums rather than the wild, but that doesn't distract from the animals. The adults enjoy watching them too - even after many, many viewings we still pick up some new facts from time to time. There are trivia questions sprinkled throughout - my son's attention tends to wander during those moments, but they only last about 30 seconds and then it's back to the animal footage. His favorite part is the short "blooper reel" of funny animal behaviors at the end of each episode.

Our son inevitably asks for his "mals" at least once a day - this video series has been a lifesaver, and he's learned lots of animals. He "talks" to the animals and dances along with the parrots and pounds his chest with the gorillas, so it's a pretty interactive experience for him and we feel better having him watch and participate with these vs. just sitting passively like we've seen with some other videos. I can't recommend these enough and only wish they had more episodes available on DVD!
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My son (2) loves this movie! He is animal crazy. He especially loves horses. I was so glad I found this movie. Great price too! I will say the guys voice is a little weird/annoying but I can look over that. Lots of animal facts. Even I have learned some new things. It has three episodes; Down On The Farm, Barnyard Friends and The Horse, Of Course
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Purchased for our son who just turned 2, and has a mild obsession with "The Adventures of Milo & Otis". We thought this might provide a diversion as well as some educational material, but he was completely disinterested. There is no music and no interaction, as with the Animal ABCs video, which he really enjoys; it seems to be aimed at older preschoolers, perhaps a junior version of National Geographic. It got traded in at Bookman's after the third failed attempt at viewing.
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