Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Nick Jr Favorites - Vol 4|
Actors: Steve Burns, Traci Paige Johnson, Donovan Patton, Courtney Taylor Burness, Nick Balaban
Directors: Angela Santomero, Arnie Wong, Bruce Caines, Daniel Silverman, Dave Palmer
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Music Video & Concerts, Television, Animation
Explore more with Dora! Play music with Blue and sail the high seas with The Backyardigans! The adventure never ends with Nick Jr. friends!
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Member Movie Reviews
Amber K. from WHITE MARSH, VA
Reviewed on 4/16/2013...
My kids both enjoy watching the dvd over and over and over again, lol. Thank you so much! My youngest is a huge Nick Jr. fan period. Definitely a keeper in this house.
B. Curd | Hayden,AL | 12/21/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A very well put together episodes of the most popular children shows. I wish PBS would do this as well seeing as how Nick Jr. and PBS have the most popular children's shows on TV today. Was very glad Sponge Bob was not included as it teaches children very nasty habits."
L. Thomas | Chicago, IL USA | 01/18/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is great for kids who love Nick Jr. Episodes are very good. My boys love it, and I love the fact that it's over an hour and a half long. Great for plane rides."
Overall good selection
Demeter Lyon | Bay Area, CA, USA | 10/30/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I like having the selection of different kids shows here. A little variety for those who cannot bear yet another episode of a toddler favorite. At least you'll be hearing a few different theme songs!
The reason we bought this one is because it seems to be the only way to obtain the Pirate Treasure episode of the Backyardigans - Super Episode for the little Backyard Aliens.
It introduced my kids to Sportacus, and weird as Lazy Town is, I like him as a hero (he eats right, goes to sleep early, plays fair and is a super hero, what more can we ask?)
I like the fact that it allows for a 'play all' option... what I do not like is the Blues Clues episode. It's the 100th episode party, so there is no coherent lesson in it. My kids don't seem to mind, but I don't like it. Why show a bunch of clips to children with short attention spans? ISn't one of the ideas to help them lengthen their attention span and learn a bit of critical thinking?? But like I say, the kids have not complained.
Good way to learn about new higher quality shows - like Ruby and Max and Little Bill..."