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PBS if you don’t know is a public broadcast station, funded in part by the viewers, therefore quality of content is important. Funds also come from their Distribution division where they generate revenue for their station, producers and more selling their content in digital form, DVD, streaming and more. I love how fun and inventive their shows are for children and adults while filling you with education tidings. Caillou is a very well-known 4 year old PBS character with a big smile, fun personality with a loving family and pet on this station. PBS on January 16, 2018 released a new DVD form this show called “Caillou’s Kitchen!”.
What I like from this DVD is how loaded with episodes it is, around 60-minutes’ worth, and how real the situations andbehavior of Caillou and Rosie are. The episode where Caillou is fixated on a spaceship dish is very much how both kids are about a particular cup or utensils. They only want that one. It was pretty fun where the dish actually ends up disappearing. The episodes in this DVD are great for motivating children to cook and to help parents out in the kitchen as well as to behave when they go out to eat or have special guests. Although, Caillou wasn’t always a clean helper he did have friends that found a way to pretend to cook outdoors while letting mommy finish the real meal. It is also great that you can get this content in stream or digital form if you prefer a less space consuming way of having this show to watch. Also, I noticed Caillou wasn’t really complaining in these episodes, which I really loved.
We received the Caillou’s Kitchen DVD, which released on January 16, 2018. This DVD was one my daughter loved the most. She loves Caillou and occasionally pretends she is Rosie and our pet dog is their pet cat, Gilbert. This DVD has quite a few episodes revolving around food, dishes and making food for others that my children loved. They are both between the designated preschool age this show intended for and are in that same mindset as Caillou where they want to help out making dinner by stirring the pot, or want to wash dishes. My son loved the pizza cover with Caillou and it opened up a big discussion about toppings and what other foods a child can help with.
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