I received a copy of WordWorld: A Kooky Spooky Halloween DVD from N Circle Entertainment just in time for Halloween! I am excited to be sharing with you every month a featured DVD that your children will love to watch and learn from!
Includes two episodes “Kooky Spooky Halloween” where the WordFriends get their share of scares the night before Halloween, when Pig sleepwalks and everyone thinks he’s a ghost! The second episode is “Sheep’s Halloween Costume” where Sheep is making herself a super special fairy costume to wear for the big Halloween party. But what will she do when her WordFriends need pieces of her costume for their own use?
Running time of this DVD is approximately 30 minutes.
WHY WE LOVE WORDWORLD:
WordWorld is a fun, interactive program seen on PBS Kids that brings creativity and learning into your home. My children love watching WordWorld because they learn at a young age how to spell different words. A Kooky Spooky Halloween allows the children to get into the spirit of our current holiday while learning fun new words at the same time!
My daughter, who is well advanced for her age, has watched many educational cartoons such as WordWorld and others most of her life. Being a somewhat strict Mom who limits what television my children are allowed to watch, I usually only allow educational cartoons with an occasional “fun” cartoon most days. WordWorld: A Kooky Spooky Halloween is a mix of education and fun which makes me a happy Mom and my children happy kids.
WHERE TO BUY IT AND HOW MUCH:
You can purchase WordWorld: A Kooky Spooky Halloween online at Amazon, at Toys R Us or online at www.NcircleEntertainment.com. WordWorld: A Kooky Spooky Halloween has an SRP of $6.99.
Fine Print: This product review was sponsored by N Circle Entertainment and the opinions expressed in this review are based on the blog owners personal experience with the product. This is not a guarantee of product capabilities, as all families/children are different. I did receive the item reviewed to ensure I could accurately review the product, but this did not affect my honest, unbiased review of WordWorld: A Kooky Spooky Halloween.