Wednesday, December 01, 2010

PBS Super Why Celebrates The Holidays with A New DVD

If your family is like mine, you love Christmas movies. The PBS show Super Why, has come out with a new DVD for the holidays.

Super WHY’s all-new DVD, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and Other Fairytale Adventures, is the perfect stocking stuffer for “super readers.”  Featuring four Super WHY episodes, “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas,” “The Ghost Who was Afraid of Halloween,” “The Three Feathers” and “The Stars in the Sky,” the engaging and adorable DVD offers even more literacy-focused fun with special features, including interactive games, music videos, printable activities, coloring pages and resources for parents! 

Product Description

The Super Readers are on a special mission to find out why Santa Claus visits children on Christmas. To find the answer to their question, the Super Readers fly into the classic story "'Twas the Night Before Christmas". While in the story, the Super Readers meet Santa and discover that he visits all the children because it makes both him and them happy.

And to keep the “Hip! Hip! Hooray!” holiday cheer going strong this season, Super WHY and the folks at Ty’s Toy Box are offering a special coupon code my readers!!  Just visit and input the coupon code “POWER” anytime from 12/6 to 12/13 to receive 20% off on the purchase of one personalized Super WHY sweatshirt!

The holidays provide super opportunities to keep preschoolers on track toward becoming “super readers.” Following are some tips from the experts behind Super WHY about making the most of the season:

Have your child decipher the special message inside your Christmas cards and read the names of family and friends out loud to you as you address the envelopes. Your “super readers” will enjoy reading the notes inside the holiday greetings that arrive in your own mailbox, too!

Bring your kids along for some Christmas shopping and let them sound out the signs in the store (i.e. “toys,” “home & garden,” “bedding,” etc.).

Help your children compose their “wish list” for Santa – and work together to write one for yourself, too!

Get a cozy fire going or make some hot cocoa and warm up with your child while reading a Christmas classic storybook.

Look for this DVD on my 2010 Holiday Gift Guide

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