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My kids and I had the opportunity to received three of PBS Valentine’s Day Titles to watch and review. My kids absolutely love PBS so they were were super thrilled to receive these. The first DVD was Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Would You Be Mine? This has a feature running time of 110 minutes and has 8 awesome stories for your little ones! These episodes include It’s Love Day!, Daniel’s Love Day Surprise, Daniel and Miss Elaina Play Rocketship, Daniel Plays at the Castle, Friends Help Each Other, Daniel Helps O Tell a Story, Margaret’s First Chime Time and Tiger Family Fun. These are fun filled episodes with important lessons such as how to show friends and family you love them whether be by making them something tangible or by doing something nice for them. It shows that love is endless and my girls just love it. It is a great title for Valentine’s Day!
The next DVD was WordWorld: Be My Valentine. This has a running time of 60 minutes and includes 5 episodes. They include Mr Fuzzy Valentine, Love, Bug, Sh-Sh-Shark!, Princess Sheep and There’s an Aunt in Every Giant. In this one Sheep decides to write a special valentine to her friend Bear but runs into trouble. It is loaded with new words for your beginner reader and in a fun way! My girls love WordWorld and how they get to solve problems and watch the adventure unfold before their eyes. It teaches letter and word sounds and blending word parts into words which ultimately helps your young kids build confidence in their reading abilities. These are great episodes that are not only educational but fun!
The final Valentine’s Day DVD is Dinosaur Train: I Love Dinosaurs. It has a feature run time of 50 minutes and includes four episodes and special features. The episodes include King Meets Crystal, Don’s Collection, Gilbert Visits the Nest and Erma and the Conductor. My girls love all these episodes. This is geared for kids ages 3 to 6 and teaches life science, natural history and paleontology. My girls love dinosaurs and my son loves trains so this is perfect for all three of my kids. The special features include an interactive game, coloring pages, activities and much more! This one also came with a couple valentine’s day cards! All three of these Valentine’s Day titles are not only fun and entertaining for kids, but they are educational which as a parent, I love. They are filled with fun songs and ways to make your kids learn, without them even knowing they are learning. These are great for kids and I highly recommend them. If you are looking for some fun new DVDs for your children’s movie collection or for a fun Valentine’s Day treat, then these would be perfect!
Disclosure: I received these products for free, in exchange for my honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, I only recommend products and services I used personally, and believe will be a good fit for consumers.