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JoJo is a curious 6-year-old clown who lives with her family and friends in Circus Town. "JoJo's Circus" teaches kids about movement using games, songs, colorful circus characters and funny storylines. Viewers are encouraged to walk, run, dance, jump, climb and move with JoJo and all the characters in Circus Town.

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