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Bo On The Go! is a children's television show produced by Halifax Film,[1] a DHX Media Company, in association with CBC Television.The show emphasizes the importance movement for children through a plot element called "Animoves," animations demonstrating specific body movements young viewers must learn in order to solve adventures highlighted in each program's story line.

Bo is a positive, energetic and inquisitive young heroine in blue hair, wearing blue shoes and socks, red pants and purple sweat shirt, along with her young friend Dezadore dragon, 'Dezzy' (for short), encourages children at home to go on adventures by actively joining her in a variety of movements that assist her on her quest. Bo faces challenges and obstacles and receives small rewards and achieves victories along the way. Bo's 'Bo-Buddies' - young viewers - are encouraged to move along with her.

Bo on the Go! encourages children to move and learn new movement skills by linking their activity to a plot-driven story. While many "movement" shows simply encourage children to dance and move around, Bo on the GO! adds the critical component of high-stakes into its plot.

Bo lives in a castle with Dezadore the dragon. Dezzy is younger than Bo, naturally curious and often gets into trouble as he is not as physically adept as Bo. Bo's mentor on the show is Wizard. When she encounters challenges, he gives her advice and knowledge of how to achieve the quest at hand.

Bo On The Go! is broadcast in Canada on on CBC Television in the Kids' CBC programming block[2]. It is currently broadcast on 17 broadcasters around the world, in over 12 languages, including Spanish, French (retitled 1, 2, 3, Bo!), Italian, Greek, Arabic, Thai, Finnish, Hebrew, Portuguese, Turkish and Gaelic.

References

  1. ^ Halifax Film | A DHX Media Company | Halifax Film produces original film and television programming and interactive media
  2. ^ CBC.ca - Program Guide - Programs

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Bo On The Go! is a children's television show produced by Halifax Film,[1] a DHX Media Company, in association with CBC Television.The show emphasizes the importance movement for children through a plot element called "Animoves," animations demonstrating specific body movements young viewers must learn in order to solve adventures highlighted in each program's story line.

Bo is a positive, energetic and inquisitive young heroine in blue hair, wearing blue shoes and socks, red pants and purple sweat shirt, along with her young friend Dezadore dragon, "Dezzy" for short, encourages children at home to go on adventures by actively joining her in a variety of movements that assist her on her quest. Bo faces challenges and obstacles and receives small rewards and achieves victories along the way. Bo's "Bo-Buddies"; young viewers, are encouraged to move along with her.

Bo on the Go! encourages children to move and learn new movement skills by linking their activity to a plot-driven story. While many "movement" shows simply encourage children to dance and move around, Bo on the Go! adds the critical component of high-stakes into its plot.

Bo lives in a castle with Dezadore the dragon. Dezzy is younger than Bo[citation needed], naturally curious and often gets into trouble as he is not as physically adept as Bo. Bo's mentor on the show is Wizard. When she encounters challenges, he gives her advice and knowledge of how to achieve the quest at hand.

Bo On The Go! is broadcast in Canada on CBC Television in the Kids' CBC programming block[2]. It is currently broadcast on 17 broadcasters around the world, in over 12 languages, including Spanish, French (retitled 1, 2, 3, Bo!), Italian, Greek, Arabic, Thai, Finnish, Hebrew, Portuguese, Turkish and Gaelic.

References

  1. ^ Halifax Film | A DHX Media Company | Halifax Film produces original film and television programming and interactive media
  2. ^ CBC.ca - Program Guide - Programs

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