Imagination Movers: In a Big Warehouse

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Jessica Dawson, Common Sense Media
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Warehouse wizards get kids off the couch and on their feet.

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Positive Messages

Many of the songs encourage kids to get moving and have fun. The song "Springtime" says "No video games, it's too nice today, turn off the TV and go out and play!" The tune "When You Grow Up" tells kids to "Keep on flyin', don't let anybody bring you down."

 

Positive Role Models & Representations

The Movers are always great examples of friendship, creativity, movement, and determination. They teach kids to dream big, think big, and have fun.

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Consumerism

Disney product, promotes Disney Channel show.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this CD offers more of the kid-friendly, pop-rock sound that is featured on the popular Disney Channel TV show. Your kids will love the upbeat tunes, and you'll love the message of friendship, dreaming big, and getting outside to play.

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What's the story?

Dave, Rich, Scott, and Smitty are back with IN A BIG WAREHOUSE, an 18-track album from the second season of their hit show on Playhouse Disney, Imagination Movers. With their trademark wit, kiddie pop-rock beats, and fun tunes about pirates, elusive butterflies, and hairy, friendly monsters, the Imagination Movers know how to get kids' minds and bodies moving.

Is it any good?

The Imagination Movers are the complete package when it comes to preschool tunes: they offer solid music, quick wit, and spot-on, kid-friendly topics. It would make anyone want to watch their show or plop themselves down on the warehouse sofa to help solve the next idea emergency. Their blend of Buddy Holly-style pop melodies with great harmonies mixed with smart songs about funny pirates and slippery socks makes In a Big Warehouse a must-listen for the preschool set. Even families who don't watch the show will be charmed by the catchy songs and general silliness.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about some of the themes presented here. The song "My Friends and Me" talks about solving problems by working together. Have you ever had a big problem? When? Did it seem easier to handle when you got help from friends or family? Give some examples of times when you and your friends or family worked together.

  • Does listening to this CD make you want to watch the TV show? How often do you watch the Imagination Movers? What do you like about their show? How is it different from other shows? What do you like about their music?

Music details

For kids who love to dance

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