Tony wants to show off his handmade kite - but it doesn't have a string, so the kite isn't ready to fly. When an unexpected breeze blows it high in the treetops, Barney and the kids discuss the ups and downs of getting the kite out of the tree. The kids discover more about what's up and what's down in the world all around them as they sing "Up Is Up and Down Is Down." Playing fun games like London Bridge and I Spy also helps the kids discover more about up, down and all around. Finally, with a great idea from Tony and a little inspiration from Baby Bop, the "The Baby Bop Hop" brings the kite tumbling down from the treetop. Every day can have its ups and downs, but thanks to Barney and his friends, every day can be all around fun for everyone!
- Barney Theme Song
- Itsy Bitsy Spider
- My Kite
- Up Is Up and Down Is Down
- Way Up in a Tree
- London Bridge
- The Airplane Song
- If All the Raindrops
- The Idea Song
- The Baby Bop Hop
- I Love You
- This episode marked:
- The first appearances of Tony, Sarah, and Whitney.
- The first appearance of season seven Baby Bop costume.
- The first appearance of the prototype season 7 Barney doll.
- The first episode since season three where the Barney doll waves at the end.
- The first episode where the Airplane Song is in D major instead of E flat.
- Before making her debut in this episode, Whitney appeared as a cameo in the trailer of "Come on Over to Barney's House".
- BJ was mentioned in this episode.
|Season Seven episodes|
|"All Aboard!" • "Up, Down and Around!" • "Tea-riffic Manners" • "Puppy Love" • "Bunches of Boxes" • "Stop! Go!"|
• "Red, Yellow and Blue!" • "Play for Exercise!" • "Come Blow Your Horn!" • "A New Friend" • "Numbers! Numbers!"
• "This Way In! This Way Out!" • "Spring Into Fun!" • "Play It Safe!" • "Three Lines, Three Corners" • "A Parade of Bikes"
• "It's a Happy Day!" • "My Family and Me" • "Splish! Splash!" • "BJ's Really Cool House"