Check Out These Holiday DVDs with NCircle + Giveaway

My girls love everything about the Holidays!  We love decorating cookies, singing songs, crafts, and watching Holiday movies!

We were lucky enough to snag some of NCircles Holiday titles to review.  The girls love them as always!  🙂

Caillou’s Holiday Movie

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CAILLOU is an award-winning television series about an inquisitive four year old whose world is filled with learning, fun and imagination and inspires generations of pre-school children to grow emotionally as they explore the world around them. When winter comes to Caillou’s house, this curious 4-year-old tackles all kinds of big boy activities like helping Daddy shovel snow, making holiday presents for his family and even discovering how other little boys and girls around the world celebrate the season! Filled with magical moments seen through a small child’s eyes, this delightful story will enchant your entire family.

Doozers: Giant Gingerbread House

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The Pod Squad want to build a Doozer-sized Gingerbread House! However, in order to achieve such a large size Gingerbread House it’s going to take some clever construction to create. Can the Pod Squad do it? Then, Daisy Wheel wants to ice skate with the others, but she doesn’t know how. Together, the Pod Squad build her a custom Doo-Step Skating Dress that let’s her glide across the ice in no time. Weee! Enjoy these adventures and six more focusing on science, technology, engineering and math!

Sonic Christmas Blast

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Santa Claus announces his retirement on television and the public is shocked! But it’s Santa’s replacement Robotropolis who has everyone worried. It seems Robotropolis has his own ideas and instead of giving boys and girls gifts Robotropolis would rather receive them. Join Sonic the Hedgehog in an adventure to rescue the spirit of Christmas and bring joy back to the world!

The Little Prince: The Planet of Gargand

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The universe is in danger. The evil Snake extinguishes the stars as he passes through the galaxy, causing chaos and plunging the planets into darkness. The Little Prince must leave his Asteroid home and beloved friend, Rose, in his quest to outsmart the Snake and save the universe from doom. Accompanied by his trusted companion, the Fox, the Little Prince travels from planet to planet, braving danger and discovering vast and enchanted worlds. Will the extraordinary gifts of the Little Prince bring each of the planets back to life? And will he ever find his way home? On the planet Khagle, every 122 days, the Khagle hands wishaplants seeds out to children and inhabitants. The whishaplants grow into trees which then give presents to children. On planet Khagle, wishaplants also ensure the village’s survival because the plants’ roots secure the houses to the ground. Without it, the houses would fly off! Furthermore, Thery and Dokan, two inhabitants of planet Khagle, have to fight each other in order to became the new Khagle. The Little Prince and Fox must help the Planet Khagle when we find out that Lyl the alchemist, who grows the seeds into wishaplants has disappeared 48 hours before the Khagle’s distribution. Will the Little Prince be able to find Lyl the alchemist in time before Khagle’s giving of the wishaplants?

Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab: Twas the Night Before Liftoff

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Unknown to the world, Thomas Edison built a secret lab where he invented a virtual version of himself and a steampunk robot named Von Bolt. Years later, Angie, a twelve-year-old science prodigy, discovers the lab. When an old friend of Edison’s visits the lab and asks the Secret Lab Kids to help him with an urgent, top-secret project, they have to follow him through a wormhole to get to his own secret lab. Who could this mysterious friend be and what is this top secret project during the holiday season?

A Very Awesome Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Holiday Show!

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There’s only one thing more fun than Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! And the holidays – putting them together! Join DJ Lance Rock, Brobee, Foofa, Muno, Plex and Toodee as they dance, sing and decorate the tree to prepare for the arrival of Santa Claus! Filmed live at New York City’s the Beacon Theatre, celebrate the season with the colorful cast of characters singing their hits, including ‘It’s Wintertime,’ ‘Every Snowflake’s Different, Just Like You’ and a holiday version of everyone’s favorite ‘Party in my Tummy!’ Including special appearances by superstar Leslie Hall and the one and only Santa Claus! Snowflakes are falling and we can hardly wait!

 

What are some of your kids favorite Holiday Movies?

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Time for a GIVEAWAY!!  

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NCircle Entertainment is generously offering one lucky reader a DVD prize pack consisting of (3) Holiday titles — they will surprise the winner!  This giveaway is open to the US and Canada and will end November 29th, 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER TO WIN

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** Disclosure:  I received product (s) for free, in exchange for my honest review.  I only recommend products I’ve used personally, and believe will be a good fit for consumers.  This post contains affiliate links. **


4 comments

  1. My two grandchildren would love watching these videos. They are so busy at my home that when I have them on Friday night it is pure downtime for them. Watching fun videos and munching on popcorn is a perfect low-key evening.

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