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Baby Looney Tunes Musical Adventures

By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 2+

Baby Tunes learn about classical music in strange special.

TV Max Educational 2003
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The target audience of babies and toddlers may enjoy watching their peers test out different instruments, and there's nothing to complain about musically. But parents who are watching along might find this whole event strange. Low production values and disturbing puppets create an Uncanny Valley vibe, and there doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason to the segments. The babies get "lessons" whispered into their ear by Bugs, and then are suddenly able to play their instruments, so the idea of practice also isn't really explored here. If your family is filled with Looney Tunes superfans, this reasonably mellow special may be for you, but there are lots of better options when it comes to teaching music to kids.

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