Yo Gabba Gabba!, Season 1Closed Captioning
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Jump into DJ Lance Rock's magic beat box for fantastic, musical adventures in Season 1 of Yo Gabba Gabba! Sing along to "Party In My Tummy" as you learn about eating healthy, groove to "Danger" and "Don't Throw Things" as you learn to how stay safe, dance out the sillies and settle down for sleep with dream-like music like "Sleepytime," and celebrate Halloween and Christmas with some terrific tunes! You’ll also get to "beat-box" with Biz Markee, draw with Mark Mothersbaugh, dance with Elijah Wood, and more! You won’t be able to sit still as your friends in Gabba Land sing about everything from sharing to imagination to car trips . . . and you shouldn’t stay still! It’s all about moving and grooving in the high-energy first season of this one-of-akind-show, Yo Gabba Gabba!
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoEat||In this episode the characters learn the fun of eating vegetables and healthy meals; from "Party In My Tummy" and "Snacky Snack Snack" where the vegetables plead to participate, to "Try It You’ll Like It" where the characters learn to try new things. Finally in "Clean It Up" the characters learn that cleaning up their mess made from eating is just as fun as having a party.||24:02||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoSummer||All the characters in Gabba Land use the outdoors and friends to capture the happiness of summertime. In "Bubbles", "Summertime", and "Jumpy Jump" all the characters have fun doing different outdoor activities. Then as all the characters have a pool party they learn to take turns on the slide in the "Wait Your Turn" song.||23:59||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoFun||All the Gabba characters learn different ways to have fun. Eating your breakfast is a great way. "Party In My Tummy", The characters learn to eat the healthy portions: eggs and fruit. "Body Music" teaches how use our bodies to dance and make music. And Plex uses imagined worm creatures called the Sillies in "Get the Sillies Out" to teach the fun of settling down.||23:43||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoDance||The music and the activities in the Dance episode are specific to participating with the Gabba characters throughout the entire show. Many guest stars and new dances come littered in this upbeat, exciting segment. "I Love Dancing", "Hold Still", and "Body Parts" teach the characters about themselves through dance, while "I’m Sorry" teaches how to control ourselves when excited and learn to apologize.||24:24||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoSleep||In this episode all the characters learn to use different ideas and the benefits of napping and sleeping. The dreamlike qualities of the music in "Bedtime", "Sleepytime", and "Dream" help the characters use their imaginations to think of good things when sleeping, while "Hold Still" teaches the characters how to have fun while getting ready for bed.||23:56||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoHappy||The Happy episode doesn't shy away from losing a game or being sad, but teaches the characters how to overcome moments of feeling sad; from "Don't Be Scared" and "Sometimes We Win" where happiness comes from learning new things, to "Hugs Are Fun" where the characters learn to use hugs to as a way to feel better.||24:01||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoFriends||In this episode the characters learn how friends play a large part in the way we feel about others and themselves. "My Friends" and "High Fives" teaches the characters who their friends are and how to have fun with them, while "Hands to Yourself" and "My Turn, Your Turn" teaches the characters how appreciate the people in our lives and respect them as well.||24:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoCareful||This episode is the characters learn to be safe in all they do, like in the "Danger" and "Up and Down" songs, but just as important, learn how to pick themselves up and try it again in "Shake it Off." Even "Don’t Throw Things" helps the characters learn to have fun throwing balls or snow, just to watch out when you do.||23:39||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoScary||The upbeat music and befriending animations bring an endearing quality to the many things the characters don't like, including foods. "Don't Be Afraid", "I Like Bugs", "Try It, You'll Like It", and "Tiny little Germs" all teach the characters different ways to approach things they’re not used to.||24:06||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoHalloween||It's time for the characters to dress up in outrageous costumes and take part in gathering their own private stash of candy. "The Fall Song" celebrates the changing seasons, while the "Halloween Party Song" and "Trick or Treat Song" teaches the characters what happens on Halloween. But just as important, "Too Much Candy" helps the characters to understand eating candy in moderation.||24:01||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoGreetings||The characters learn how to greet different people, while bringing fun new ways to introduce yourself. The "What’s Your Name" song help the characters introduce themselves while learning their names. All the other songs "Hello", "Excuse Me", and "Say Goodbye" teach the characters how to apply names to being friendly and polite.||23:50||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoMove||This isn't about moving locations it's about locomotion and all the different ways to enjoy movement. "Stop and Go" teaches the characters how to control themselves and "Nice and Easy" helps control the pace in which they move, while "Hands to the Beat" focuses on coordination.||24:03||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoTogether||Many times discovery is done individually, but in this episode the characters learn to enjoy discovery with another person. "Facials", "Baby Steps, Big Steps", and "Together" focus on learning about ourselves, but allows us to participate with others; from learning about our faces, to playing games, to teamwork in playing. While "Don’t Bite Your Friends" teaches the characters just that.||24:00||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoChristmas||So much of Christmas is wrapped up in what we receive, but this episode is more about giving; from "Making Presents" to "For Me, For You" the characters learn to embody the generous spirit of the season, making it fun to give. "I Love Winter" celebrates the snow, while "Decorate the Tree" has the characters pitching in encouraging the season.||23:55||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoCar||It's time for the characters to going for a ride in a car. "Keep Trying" not only familiarizes the characters with the seat belt it encourages them to buckle up. "Danger" keep the characters from playing in the road and "Car Ride" lets them enjoy the thrill of traveling.||24:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoShare||In this episode the characters have no concept of what is theirs or how to share even if it's not theirs to play with. "Mine and Yours", "Don't Take it Away", "Share" and "Catch and Throw" help the characters understand ownership and sharing.||24:02||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoFind||Imagination leads to discovery as the characters uncover many things that may be different or frightening. "I Like Fish" and "Woodpecker" encourage the characters to learn about different animals that surround them. "Keep Trying" helps Muno find his toy snake that was lost and "“Peek-a-Boo" has the characters interacting with the audience.||24:06||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoTrain||Not only does Train focus on the joy of riding on trains, but it also shows the characters that it’s okay to be scared. So with the help of all the friends in Gabba land "Don't Be Afraid" helps the characters overcome fears, while "Train Ride" and "Too Loud" help them understand the joys of Trains. "Share" brings attention to the multiple parts of a train and how working together can make the train longer.||23:53||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoLove||We know that our parents, friends and family love us but what about the other things that surround us? In the Love episode the characters sing "I Love You", "I Love Flowers" and "Be Nice to Everyone" to learn it’s okay to love different things like flowers, birds, animals and each other. "Keep Trying" encourages the characters to try their best.||24:02||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoImagine||The best part of discovery is using your imagination, and in this episode discovering their imagination opens the world. "Pretend" is such a big part of imagination as all the characters pretend to be something including "Balloons." A valuable lesson is learn as "Tell the Truth" teaches the difference between pretending and lying, while "Body Parts" teach the characters about the different muscles inside their bodies.||23:52||$1.99||View In iTunes|
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The first time we saw an episode we thought it was a joke. My husband and I looked at each other and laughed at how ridiculous the show appeared ... but as we watched the first episode we soon fell in love. This show really goes back to basics in teaching children important lessons at an early age. My daughter has learned so many lessons and at age two knows all the songs and knows how to use them in the real world in the right situation. It has thought my daughter to try new foods, share her toys, wait her turn, not to lie .. and the list can go on and on. I really recommend it.
Simply a fantastic children's show
Yo Gabba Gabba is a fantastic, music-laden, character-driven show that teaches toddlers very simple lessons using catchy music that they and their parents will love.
i am a sophmore in high school && i like this show, its funny && cool heheh. at first i thought it was a joke, because they made fun of it on a show called the soup and then it came on and i was like hahaha this is weird. but it actully is a good show for kids, my 2 yr old sister loves it. such a great excuse to watch it! :)