Stanwood, WA, February 06, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Family Review Center announced today that Bop Along with the Bop-a-Lots, by Wonderfun LLC, has been selected as a winner of the Gold Award.
This new high quality children’s animated video does not just entertain children, or tell them what they should think. Bop Along With The Bop-a-Lots rather teaches children how to think without the barriers of the producer’s preconceived ideas and concepts one normally finds in any movie.
This 3-part set comes with the DVD, an Audio CD which contains the music from the video, as well as a parent guide to help expand the educational value of the movie.
Senior Editor, Serena Phillips shared the following: “Bop Along With The Bop-a-Lots is a refreshing change from the norm, in children's videos. Watching this video will enrich a child's world of learning, by giving them the opportunity to think outside the box and view the world of music in a brand new way. This key in their development will carry over into other aspects of their education as they strengthen their ability to see beyond the barriers that are normally evident in children's programming. While fun to view, this video is also one that parents can feel good about turning on for their child, as they can rest assured that the scenes are age suitable, and the content is not only fun but enriching. We applaud Wonderfun LLC for bringing such a brilliant new work in children's animation to the marketplace, for parents and children to enjoy together.”
Serena went on to add, “This video will help to develop and strengthen skills in such areas as: Physical dexterity: As children physically interact with the video, imitating the motions and dance. Critical listening skills: As children listen closely to identify the same song in a different musical blend of both instruments and beat. Music appreciation: As children hear the different styles of music that are loved throughout the world. Cultural diversity: As children experience the Bop-a-Lots in different cultural settings.”
Bop Along With The Bop-a-Lots is available at the bopalots.com website, as well as Amazon.com. Parents are encouraged to explore this video for their children as a positive enhancement to their video collection. Recommended for infants to age 5.
Full Review: www.familyreview.org/reviews/toddlers/index4.html#42