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9 Story Media Group recently released the DVD Super Why?: The Adventures of Little Bo Peep and her Sheep. With the efforts of 9 Story Media Group and PBS Kids any household can find great content such as Octonauts, Wild Kratts and The Magic School Bus: Rides Again available for viewing in their home. Super Why? is another great show born under the PBS umbrella geared to help children with their reading, alphabet and letter recognition. It is a great show with wonderful characters that bring the joy of learning to boys and girls ages 2 to 8.
I most appreciate the interactive prompts from the show, it helps children that are learning to read or spell to take their time and those that already know an answer get a game like atmosphere to the show. The DVD is about 46 minutes, so perfect for a rainy day or special screen time treat for small children without overloading them. I also love visiting the Parents page and printing out coloring pages for them to color after the show while still tying to the show they watched. My children and I both love that different stories are always referenced and it sparks an interest in stories they haven’t heard and refreshes their memory of ones they have.
We received the DVD Super Why?: The Adventures of Little Bo Peep and her Sheep and my children enjoyed it with their cousins. Their ages vary from 3 to 8 but they all liked it. They love any time Little Bo Peep is on the show as usually it involves someone being lost and a bit of funny reasons for it. They laughed and enjoyed the stories to each episode and could be heard singing the alphabet with Alpha Pig, spelling out words with Super Why and figuring out which words made sense in the story with Princess Pesto and Red. Their favorite character currently isn’t human but rather Whyatt’s pet Woofster. They enjoyed the appearance of Mr. Lizard as well and asked me about other kinds of pets kids have. I love when they bring me new questions based on their shows, it shows there is more to the content than just on screen.
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