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Barney & Friends Episode
Spring Into Fun!
Season 7, Episode 13

Springintofun

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Air date October 4, 2002
Written by Mark S. Bernthal
Directed by Jim Rowley
About
Theme The Spring Weather
Characters Barney
Gianna
Mario
Beth
Scott
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Spring Into Fun! is the thirteenth episode from Season 7 of Barney & Friends.

Plot

Spring rain showers bring more than flowers; they bring out Barney's friends creating. While it's raining outside, the kids make pictures of Spring things whey they are inside the caboose. Then Barney displays the changing seasons on the computer. Grabbing their umbrellas and singing "Rain, Rain, Go Away" puts an end to the spring rain and a beginning to the sunshine and a rainbow. The kids are ready for a spring fling and have fun blowing bubbles and enjoying nature. Beth can't decide what she likes best about spring, but she definitely doesn't like the sneezing it brings. The kids join Barney for a picnic, including some unexpected ant helpers who clean up as the group sings "The Ants Go Marching". Beth decides her favorite part of spring is the birth of baby birds and animals in the spring season. It's always the right season to learn and grow with Barney.

Song List

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. Patter of the Rain
  3. Rain on the Green Grass
  4. It's Raining, It's Pouring
  5. Rain, Rain, Go Away
  6. The Rainbow Song
  7. Bubbles
  8. And the Green Grass Grows All Around
  9. Oh, How I Love Trees
  10. Gonna Have A Picnic
  11. Clean Up
  12. The Ants Go Marching
  13. BarneyDollSpringIntoFun

    The Barney Doll and the ducks in the pond

    The Duckies Do
  14. I Love You


Trivia

  • This episode was shown in "Children's Favorites: Spring Into Fun".

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