Wednesday, December 4, 2013

The Secret World of Santa Video Giveaway!

My oldest thought he did not want to watch the movies we received, "The Secret World of Santa." We received part one and two. He was just too busy playing, he said. Little did he know the moment I hit play he would be totally en-rapt in them! This was several days ago, and he has asked to watch them daily! This came within days if our magic elves, so the first movie,"Elves in Toyland" really interested him!

Curious what Santa Claus, his nine flying reindeer and the Elves do the other 364 days of the year? In this non-stop adventure, Santa and his team are on search for the perfect toys for all the boys and girls on his Nice list. After sleighing around the real world, they journey into a place full of magic. There, they discover the evil Gruzzlebeard has cast a spell on all the toys, making them come to life. With Christmas rapidly approaching, Santa and the Elves must undo this evil spell before it's too late!



At six, he still believes in Santa but is also at the age that he has began asking questions and wondering about how Santa really makes Christmas work. These super cute, action packed movies seemed to clear up a lot of his answers and had him laughing along the way! I definitely think that these movies will be a new classic for kids everywhere!

The Secret World of Santa, A Present for Santa is just as adorable and teaches children valuable lessons such as giving and sharing. As I am typing this, my six year old is sitting next to me and saw the photo and said, "Mommy I LOVE that movie!" Enough said right? Both movies are super fun and lighthearted for children of all ages. You do not have to watch the Countdown to Christmas days 1-12 to understand this movie.

 There's only one person on the planet who never receives any presents on Christmas - Santa Claus! That changes when the children from a nearby village meet with the Elves and work together to make Santa a gift. While they are working hard, the evil Gruzzlebeard unleashes two hungry termites on Santa's house, and they almost succeed at eating it all. Just before they are captured, the termites eat Santa's special suit that comes with magical powers. Feeling distressed, Santa awakes to a big present outside, courtesy of the children, who had their special gift planned when hope was almost lost.

Win it: one lucky will receive their choice of one these movies.           


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6 comments:

  1. The Hive: Party in Honeybee Hive

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  2. i have never heard of the hive before, and this series looks very cute. my kids are bee crazy!

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  4. I'm unable to enter the contest. The Entry Form link says that the Domain name as expired. Trying to access http://giveawaytools.com/giveaway.php?sk=105235137

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