Tickety Toc “Christmas Present Time” and Chuggington “Chuggineers Ready to Build”
I admit it, my boys just love television, especially my little one! At the young ago of almost two he has developed a very deep love of certain shows, including Chuggington. I guess he is falling into big brothers train loving footsteps! Two new episodes from Chuggington and Tickety Toc have just been released on 10/14!
Chuggington “Chuggineers Ready to Build”
Who is the strongest and most dependable construction crew in Chuggington? The Chuggineers! In this special collection of hard-working adventures plus train loads of free bonus features! Brewster joins Chuggineers Zack, Fletch and Tyne to build tracks, bridges and tunnels, make repairs, haul heavy loads and more! Featuring new wagons and machines -- like the huge yellow Mega Chug Crane -- and new friends -- including Payce, the tunnel runner from Tootington, and Cormac, the cheeky forklift engine -- Wilson, Brewster, Koko, and your own little trainee will discover important lessons about safety, responsibility and teamwork!I love the values that Chuggington teaches my boys, and this episode is no different! It teaches sportsmanship and working together, and it is just fun to watch. Chuggington offers bright colors and lots of action to keep the littlest watching interested, but enough of a story line for the older kids to find it interesting and humorous!
Tickety Toc “Christmas Present Time”
It's Christmas time in Tickety Town, and Tommy & Tallulah are determined to make every merry second count! In this all-new collection of adventures including the Christmas Present Time Special the twins find a new way to make snow, build a giant igloo, roll the biggest snowball ever, and even help Santa fix his sleigh in time for Christmas Eve! But when their escapades get out of hand, friends like McCoggins, Pufferty, Madame Au Lait and Tooteroo will help them make things right. It's time to chime in these exciting winter-themed episodes from the Nick Jr. preschool hit!
In the words of my oldest (he's 7) this movie is "awesome!" It has a catchy toon that is stuck in my brain and both of my boys enjoy it very much. What my youngest son liked more than the movie I (I think) is the little book that came included in the DVD we received! He is CONSTANTLY bringing that book to me to read it to him, and he is not very big into being read to! He just loves Tommy and Tallulah and all of the fun adventures that they find themselves in! This is one movie that we have watched over and over since it came in!