Monday, September 11, 2017

Teletubbies: Follow the Leader - DVD Review and Giveaway

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The wonderful world of Teletubbies is back with 6 all-new adventures for your little ones when TELETUBBIES: FOLLOW THE LEADER arrived on DVD on September 5. Celebrating 20 years of entertaining families across the world, the new generation of Teletubbies is designed to appeal to today's tech-savvy infants and toddlers through relatable storylines, and high-tech features including their Touch-Screen Tummies and Tubby Phone smartphone. Parents will be able to provide their toddlers with creative learning experiences that are fun, playful and inclusive. The DVD encourages early social skills, including taking turns, physical activity and coordination, as well as recognizing colors, objects and patterns.

Synopsis:

Join Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po as they laugh, play, sing, dance and share big hugs. Teletubbies makes exploring and experimenting so much fun, your child will shout "Again! Again!". Contains six new episodes, including “Follow the Leader”.

Bonus Feature Includes:
·         Meet the Characters: Tinky Winky

TELETUBBIES: FOLLOW THE LEADER has a run time of approximately 75 minutes. The collection is not rated.

My Review:

My oldest daughter, now 23 years old, was a big fan of Teletubbies when she was little.  Dipsy, Laa-Laa, Po, and Tinky Winky have changed some throughout the years, but they're mostly still the same quirky, strange creatures they've been since the beginning.  To keep up with the times, the Teletubbies now have touch-screens and smartphones.  Although I think Teletubbies is a little on the odd side, I still think they keep young audiences mesmerized with their antics and babble.  Preschoolers can learn about friendship, numbers, shapes and more as they dance and bounce around along with the Teletubbies.  This new DVD features episodes that are captivating and amusing.

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35 comments:

Leela said...

I like heart patterns and shapes.

Nancy said...

I think that the circle is my favorite shape.

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Jan Lee said...

I guess my favorite shape is a square. Never thought about it before lol

Lauryn Rescoe said...

My favorite shape is the circle! I have never really thought about it before either.

Joseph Wallace said...

My favorite shape is a circle. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

VickieC said...

my favorite shape is the triangle

Marty C. said...

LOL, what? Um... dodecahedron?

Stacey McCrary said...

I guess it would a circle. Never ending always going.

Nafeeza Chung said...

I like the shape of a circle

wen budro said...

My favorite shape is the circle.

cp said...

circles

Jackie said...

My favorite shape is a heart!

Laurie Nykaza said...

a heart my son has a heart transplant so it is a shape i love

slb3334 said...

I like the snowflake shape

caseyle2010 said...

i love heart shapes!
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Angela Saver said...

Hearts are my favorite shape!

msrodeobrat said...

My favorite shape is a star!
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Mysharona said...

I like squares.

iggysaysno said...

we're very into triangle right now.

Stephanie Bastien said...

heart of course =)

Hannah Knapp said...

my favorite shape is a square.

Darlene Carbajal said...

I love stars and hearts.

Ken Ohl said...

my favorite shape is square

Robin Blankenship said...

Diamond

Susan Smoaks said...

i love triangles. they are a fun shape.

James Coyne said...

i like circles

Katrina Angele said...

I like a bold chevron pattern.

Ashley Rexrode said...

I love circles and triangles

Edye Nicole said...

I like squares!

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Arf2-D2 said...

I like paw prints

Katie Hyatt said...

Favorite shape is a circle - it's neverending

Sarah Greer said...

I like...... hard one because I've never thought about that before... I guess I would say a rectangle? Yeah, a rectangle is my favorite.

John & Pam Collins said...

My favorite shape is a heart.
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Erica C. said...

I like argyle.

Lisa Voyce said...

My granddaughter is in to diamonds.