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Finding fun and appealing forms of learning for children is sometimes hard. With PBS Kids you can find a solution that is entertaining while delivering information and implores children to explore. Children will be met with information that will make them thirst for information, will help them create and also provides parents and teachers with the right resources to foster more of that learning. PBS Kids focuses on children from age 2 to 8, providing knowledge in the most fun way possible. Their latest release on February 13, 2018 is a great example of content that is fun and engaging for this age group, PBS Kids: Ocean Adventures DVD.
I like the variety of episodes found in PBS Kids: Ocean Adventures. There are my kiddos favorites like Daniel Tiger and Caillou as well as new ones like Splash and Bubbles as well as Reading Rainbow. I have known reading rainbow and foster reading at home and I love that this DVD presents other formats of seeking out knowledge. This DVD runs 190 minutes, probably one of the most fun packed DVD I have seen from PBS Kids. It provides fun topics, great visuals, book ideas and great ocean knowledge. The way PBS Kids engages children is sure to have any child under the age of 10 engrossed in these stories. This DVD has a great balance between really goofy like Caillou and Word World to science-y in Wild Kratts and Dinosaur Train.
We received the PBS Kids: Ocean Adventures DVD, packed with all your kids favorites from Wild Kratts to Word World. Both my son and daughter were psyched about this DVD. During screen time they each picked one episode to watch. I love how educational the shows are and how it sparks their imagination and also gets them talking. They were really interested in scuba diving after watching Caillou and Daniel Tiger. They both wanted to play that we were in the ocean and that there were animals all around us. It was a nice introduction to sea life and the ocean while giving them a new fountain of information for their creativity. I was able to spread this DVD out over almost a week, watching 1-2 episodes a day. My favorite is always Dinosaur Train for its scientific approach and vast information compared to their shows.