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Highly underrated, Barney is everyone’s favourite dancing dinosaur! The theme song is infectious, and the best part is when Barney’s cousin (who is green with purple spots and stomach instead of purple with green spots and stomach) joins in for some dino dancin’ tunes!
A goofy dinosaur invites children to get their groove on.
Probably the best kids’ show. Sesame Street was intelligently designed and it was based on research that set its cognitive and affective goals. The creators used modelling, repetition and humour to prepare young children for school, especially those from families who had limited access to early-learning educational resources. By including sophisticated humour, cultural references and celebrity guest appearances, they also appealed to the entire family and encouraged family bonding. Sesame Street and its puppets (Big Bird, Elmo, Kermit, Bert and Ernie, Cookie Monster, Count Von Count and Oscar the Grouch) is still on air.
The longest-running and best kids' TV show.
Host Shari Lewis lives with her puppets Lamb Chop, Hush Puppy and Charlie Horse. Somehow, she plays them all at once and they can all sing along, “This is the song that never ends, yes it goes on and on my friend…”
This is the song that never ends, yes it goes on and on my friend...
An unexpected choice because it’s aimed at more adult audiences – Jim Henson took his puppet show to the UK after a pilot in the US failed to gain attention. It is styled like a vaudeville show: it features singing, dancing, absurdist humour and parodies. Kermit the Frog leads the gang of Muppet characters and welcomes each episode’s human guest star.
Jim Henson's Muppet Show appeals to an older audience.
Here are my favourite kids’ shows like ‘Mr. Roger’s Neighbourhood’. Do you have any suggestions you’d like to share?
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