I have been compensated for this post in the form of a product. All opinions are mine and mine alone. This post is sponsored by PBS.
PBS is a great source of educational and fun TV shows for our children. You can find funny, engaging and educational shows that will teach your child letters, numbers and all kinds of scientific information. I love that they also have life lessons that are simple enough for a toddler to understand. PBS partnered with Out of the Blue Enterprises, the creator of Super Why?, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and Creative Galaxy among others. This is a great show for children ages 3 and up who love books, like singing and fun characters for both boys and girls.
Super Why: Sleeping Beauty and other FairyTale Adventures DVD released on October 31st, 2017 runs about 113 minutes made up of four episodes. I love how the abc’s are sang and told at different paces and tones based on the characters and catchy for children to want to repeat. This is a great and fun way to have children learn their alphabet. I love that there is a balance of both male and female characters that appeal to both my son and daughter, which is very rare to see. There is no need to fight as characters equally appeal to my kids. I love that phonics are reviewed throughout the 20-25 minutes of each episode as well as spelling and the memorization of the alphabet.
We received this Super Why: Sleeping Beauty and other FairyTale Adventures DVD and my kiddos loved it! They loved the story line between Princess Pea and her spider friend who conflict on what they will play as both feel strongly about what they should play. I loved this one as well as it discusses a way to resolve an upsetting situation children face daily with their siblings or school mates in a healthy way. I love how letters are floating and my kiddos have to point them out, all the while they are also practicing the alphabet song. Even my two-year-old is learning her ABC’s this way. My kids love how Red Riding Hood skates around as well. They also loved the episode where Sleeping Beauty just wants to sleep. They thought it very unlikely that would happen, but I reminded them off how they feel this way when they are sick and sometimes it is all right.