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Bear In The Big Blue House: Everybody's Special!
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The disc starts with an episode dealing with Opposites, and it shows how important it is for opposites to exist, in order to completement us where we fall short (Bear's chat with Tutter in the kitchen when the mouse is struggling to reach a glass, and then Bear has a hard time reaching a spoon that he dropped under the fridge are a great example of this).
The second episode showcases Benny "the bat", a new fella to most of the animals in the Big Blue House, which gives most of them the creeps. As Bear and Treelo introduce them to the winged friend, they begin to realize that as different as he looks, they all share something in common with him.
Last, the closing episode emphasizes charity as a value, as the entire crowd in the house pulls together to organize a yardsale to benefit the muskrat's who lost their homes. Intertwined with some fun moments with Tutter's undecided about letting go some of his junk, this episode takes the whole concept home, leaving behind a trail of great benefit for your child to learn from.
After this DVD, I declare myself a fan of Bear! "Welcome to the Blue House!"
Would recommend this for any toddler.
The title "Everybody's Special" might be a turn off for those who are afraid to teach their kids they are a "special snowflake" or deserve special treatment and feel entitled. This is not the case in this situation. Rather than saying you're entitled to special treatment because you are unique or whatever, this teaches that everyone deserves respect and care because everyone is special and unique.
Another show I recommend for teaching mutual respect and friendship skills is the show Ni Hao Kai Lan. It's a lot like Dora the Explorer but the little girl is Chinese. Instead of going on adventures, she explores different feelings and common scenarios which take place in friendships among children. Kids also learn words in Mandarin while learning to deal with feelings and be respectful of others.
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My daughter is a huge Bear in the Big Blue House fan so she's thrilled to have this DVD.Published 1 month ago by Donna Meader
Our Grandson,age 2, was very excited to watch his new Bear Movie! His little brother,age 10 mo.s, will enjoy it with Him! The movie arrived on time,packaged nicely.Published 4 months ago by Susan C. Boulerice
Grandson with autism. Fixated on only a few things at a young age.Published 15 months ago by Angela Lowe Griffith
I can never say anything bad about "the bear" - good price for good smiles out of my daughter- would recommend to the little ones... Read morePublished on January 7, 2014 by Lori
Cute movie my kids loved it and it quickly turned into a favorite which meant I will have to replay this a few times a dayPublished on December 6, 2013 by Alove98
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