"Carnival of Numbers" is a Season 5 Barney home video. Released in September 5, 1998.
Barney and Friends enjoy a special day at school, thanks to a magical "Carnival of Numbers." Songs, games and visits from surprising guests provide Barney's friends with lots of opportunities for number recognition, number matching and counting. Baby Bop and BJ help demonstrate that even the very young can have fun with numbers. It's a whole day full of prizes, surprises and "math-a-magic!"
Educational Theme: Numbers and Counting
- Baby Bop
- Barney Theme Song
- Carnival of Numbers
- This Old Man
- Sally the Camel
- Down on Our Carnival (Tune to: Down on Grandpa's Farm)
- Five Little Ducks
- One Two Buckle My Shoe
- The Barney Bag
- Happy Dancin'
- Diez Amigos
- Number Limbo
- Everyone is Specal
- I Love You
- Barney has his Season 3 voice and Late 1993/1994-1997 costume.
- Baby Bop has her Season 3 voice and 1998-2002 costume.
- BJ has his Season 3 voice and 1998-2002 costume.
- The Barney costume used in this home video was also seen in "Barney Live! In New York City!".
- The Barney voice used in this home video was also heard in "Fun & Games".
- The Baby Bop costume used in this home video was also seen in "Safety First!".
- The Baby Bop voice used in this home video was also heard in "Gone Fishing!".
- The BJ costume used in this home video was also seen in "Seven Days a Week".
- The BJ voice used in this home video was also heard in "Run, Jump, Skip and Sing".
- The musical arrangements used in this home video were also heard in "Barney's Adventure Bus".
- The Season 5 Barney doll used in this home video was also seen in "Books are Fun".
- The Season 4-6 Barney & Friends set is used in this home video.
- This episode reveals that Carlos is a cheerleader.
- Firdt time Carlos' voice is deeper than in Season 3-4; his voice is pitched down to -5 and is silimar to Eric Cartman's current voice from "South Park".
- This home video took place in May 20, 1998.
- When the kids say "Barney!" after he came to life, Carlos' "Barney!" was voiced by Luci (protrayed by Leah Gloria) from "Hop to It!", except it was pitched down to -5 and mixed with Carlos' 1998-1999 voice, Maria's "Barney!" is taken from "We've Got Rhythm", Jeff's "Barney!" is taken from "Good Clean Fun!", and Emily's "Barney!" is taken from "Safety First!".