21.2.13

Pajanimals Play Date DVD Review & Giveaway (US & Canada)


Finding a show that is interesting and fun for both Liam and Josiah is near impossible. However, we caught a few episodes of Jim Henson's  Pajanimals on Sprout® and it was an absolute hit! This is why I was so excited to receive the newest Pajanimals DVD, Play Date, to review with the kids.

Of course, as soon as we received the DVD, the kids had to watch it. If you haven't watched Pajanimals with your kids before, this is a must! The Pajanimals consist of the awesome puppet characters Cowbella, Apollo, Sweetpea Sue and Squacky. They use their imagination, go on adventures and sing songs as they go along.

Pajanimals Play Date DVD includes 5 stories:
  • I'm Sorry, Really Sorry
  • A Colorful Problem
  • Game Day
  • The Rocket Ride
  • Share Day
Pajanimals Play Date DVD, for ages 0-6, is available from NCircle Entertainment and retail value is at $9.99. You can also purchase on Amazon.com for only $8.99.

Our Thoughts
We stumbled across Pajanimals within the past few months and we didn't come across it much on tv, so it's great to now have a DVD we can watch anytime. I popped it in when the boys were settling down for bedtime and they immediately snuggled into bed to watch. My oldest is 5 years old and he was thinking he was too big for such a show, but the next night he was asking to watch it again! Obviously, he loved the Play Date DVD and can't get enough of it. I never thought we would find a show that is actually appropriate for bedtime and helps kids wind down and get ready for sleep, but Panjanimals is the show! We've probably watched it five times since it came in the mail two weeks ago!
Watching the Pajanimals with the boys, I had to give the puppets some credit for being educational and fun. I love that the show is not only creative, but includes life lessons in a way children can understand and helps them understand how to deal with those situations. Sharing is something my boys are really working on, so Share Day was an episode I really enjoyed. It's great that the puppets present such lessons in a way that makes kids also want to share or apologize or say thank you. These are things even young children can grasp and, as they grow older, they can come to appreciate these ideas.

In addition to DVDs and episodes on television there are some great free activities and games available on the Sprout website. There is also a Pajanimals App, letting children "join in the fun with their favorite Pajanimals characters". The 3D app will extend the reach of the TV series onto iPhone, iPad and iPod touch! Be sure to check it all out! If your child is too grown up for the Play Date DVD or any others you may have, then help the environment by recycling them at musicMagpie.


Giveaway Time!
One Lucky Children Teaching Mama Reader Will Receive A Jim Henson's Pajanimals Play Date DVD! 
Just use the Giveaway Tools form below to enter! This giveaway is open to US & Canadian Residents, ages 18+ and ends on Wednesday, March 13th at 11:59pm. Good Luck!
Disclosure: A DVD was received for review purposes. All opinions expressed are my own.

21 comments:

steve weber said...

that would be Dora.

Carolyn Colley said...

my grandson likes Thomas and my granddaughter likes Dora

Sarah Walker said...

Thomas the Train

cathy henatyszen said...

dora, Thomas, barney...

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Janet W. said...

My grandson watches Barney the most!

Austin Baroudi said...

My daughter loves to watch the Bubble Guppies and Scooby Doo!
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Paula L. said...

That would be Spongebob.

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Barker's Momma said...

My son has been on a Tom n Jerry kick lately but we also love Timmy Time!

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mummytotwoboys said...

Currently they mostly watch Caillou and Doc McStuffins

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aperry said...

Dora & fireman Sam

Shelly Leatham said...

Spongebob

judy gardner said...

barney

Heather Mypadawans said...

Thomas the Train

Sarah Stickney said...

he likes teletubbies and baby einstein on youtube

debijackson said...

thomas debbie jackson
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Jessamine Dungo said...

Barney :)

Trista said...

busy town mysteries, curious george, dora

Suzie Williams said...

My Little Pony and Dinosaur Train are my two kids' favorites.

Karen said...

Tom and Jerry

Robin W said...

She loves SpongeBob - go figure :)

Tami Vollenweider said...

My Niece is a big fan of Dora

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