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Barney encourages kids to develop good, healthy habits.
Eat healthy and have healthy habits so you can be happy. It’s OK to be afraid of the dentist or doctor, but trust they’ll make you feel better.
Teaches about health and oral hygiene; what a doctor, dentist, and veterinarian do; what to expect at a medical or dental checkup.
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Parents need to know that Barney: Let’s Go to the Doctor is a compilation of short Barney tales about going to the doctor, dentist, and vet starring everyone’s favorite purple dinosaur. Barney teaches kids the importance of healthy habits such as brushing your teeth, washing your hands, eating healthy foods, and exercising with fun song-and-dance numbers. He also teaches kids what to expect when they visit the doctor, dentist, or vet and takes the fear and anxiety out of the visits by showing exactly what will happen when you get there and explaining that doctors are there to help us and make us feel better.
Barney (Dean Wendt ) wants to have his picture taken but wants to make sure his teeth are shiny and clean first. With some fun songs, Barney explains how to brush your teeth and what happens when you go to the dentist. After everyone is done brushing, Baby Bop ( Julie Johnson ) falls and scrapes her arm. Barney and the other kids wash their hands, then explain to Baby Bop what happens when you go to the doctor and how doctors help you feel better and stay healthy. But then Baby Bop’s teddy gets a boo-boo, too! Fortunately, Dr. Barney and Dr. Riff ( Michaela Dietz ) are here to help, and the two explain what a veterinarian is and how a vet can help animals stay healthy, too.
Purple dino takes the fear out of doctor and dental visits. Read Common Sense Media's Barney: Let's Go to the Doctor review, age rating, and parents guide.