Television Show Just Makes Children Dance
Many children shows feature toons, puppets or some strange characters. But the new television show from nick jr - The Fresh Beat Band - features 4 twenty something actors playing the job of youths in a band.
The foursome go thru problem unscrambling and interplay with one another as well as other semi regular characters, but the better part of the show...the part that youngsters love, is the music.
The music is extraordinarily optimistic and just makes children set free and dance. Or, as one says on the telly show, youngsters appear to be "moovin and groovin the fresh beat band way.
" I should know. I have 2 boys and at the time I write this, one is four years of age and the second is three. One of their favourite things worth doing when they come back home, either form college or a playdate, is to switch on the Fresh Beat band that have recorded on TIVO.
The tiny one loves to get his dance moves going and sing with the characters while they perform. The enormous one likes to copy the dance moves he sees on the T. V. .
The band does not always sing new songs, but repeat some songs in each episode so that the children really start to know the tunes well. This makes it simple for them to dance and sing along even if a fresh episode comes on the Television .
The Fresh Beat Band songs are so optimistic that not only do children love them, but as can be seen by some blogs and forums online mums and dads appear to find the music extremely familiar too. That is a significant advantage for this Television show over other youngsters shows as it makes it simpler for the elders to watch it with their youngsters.
They're sort of like a teenager rock and roll band version of The Shakes . Nick Jr might be targeting children who are older than my three and 4 years old boys, with the Television show, but they appear to have guessed low how much the children adore it.
It was quite funny to observe my children dance each time the tunes came on, but I then discovered I was not the sole parent who experienced this.