superdumb supervillain: Halloween Family Fun with NCircle DVDs

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Halloween Family Fun with NCircle DVDs

Halloween is fun for everyone but sometimes it can get a bit too spooky for little ones. Help them prepare for trick or treating with holiday-themed DVDs featuring some of their favorite PBS characters. Roo thought she was too mature for these videos – over the hill at eight!– but she still couldn't resist them. Jasper pretty much lives and breathes Halloween, plus he's just starting to read, so they were right up his alley.


Sid the Science Kid Sid's Spooky Halloween (new!)
It’s Halloween! Join Sid and his friends as they discover how bats catch mosquitoes, why spiders are expert engineer web builders, and how skeletons make up the foundation of our bodies. The kids dress up to celebrate Halloween at school, and Teacher Suzie leads them in a special Halloween parade song to show off their costumes! With Sid the Science Kid, Halloween can be spooky and scientific!



WordWorld Kooky Spooky Halloween
The WordFriends get their share of scares the night before Halloween, when Pig sleep walks and everyone thinks he's a ghost! Then, Sheep is making herself a super special fairy costume to wear for the big Halloween party. But what will she do when her WordFriends need pieces of her costume for their own use?



The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Tricks and Treats
A new spooky adventure this DVD brings, with The Cat, Nick and Sally, Fish and the Things. Meet the eeriest critters you have ever seen, arrived just in time for this Halloween! There'll be lots of tricks and, of course lots of treats, to share with the animal friends you will meet! There's a coconut crab, spider monkeys and bats, and plenty more fun with The Cat in the Hat!

In accordance to the FTC Guidelines and the WOMMA Code of Ethics, I am disclosing that we received the DVDs shown to facilitate this review. No additional compensation has been received and, as usual, all opinions are my own.



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