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GO HAPPY FEET!

What to know: Incorporates lots of fun exercise activities, including yoga poses.
GO HAPPY FEET! is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 3-8
15 minutes
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FAIRLEA POLMEAR
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I strongly encourage this piece to be included in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festivals. I think children will really enjoy this show because it includes audience participation and the actors' energy is contagious. The songs are tons of fun and educational as well. They include significant and relevant environmental lessons about recycling, reusing and even composting. This short incorporates lots of fun exercise activities, including yoga poses. It encourages the audience to follow along and get active. While some younger kids might not understand all of the concepts presented, it start informing them about issues that not only effect them now, but even more so in the future. It flows incredibly well and kept my attention the entire time. You should know that is in formatted as a fifteen-minute television episodic. The sound quality is excellent, especially when the characters are singing. The visual quality is superb and completely clear. The colors of the set are beautiful and really captivating. The sets are stunning and adorable. They use a lot of paper mache, which is excellently constructed. The costumes are eclectic and bright. I especially love how one of the characters (Krysia) makes her outfit out of items she finds. I really love the creative and charming puppets. I recommend this for ages 3 to 8 and give it 4.5 out of 5 stars. This show comes from Australia and we are happy to present it in our foreign short category. Reviewed by Chandler D. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Adult Jurors.
On the sunny coast of Western Australia five best friends and their puppet buddies live a life full of music, fun and dancing! They love to learn about healthy habits but recently things have started to go missing in Happy Feet Bay! The team must work together to solve the mystery.
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