Christmas With The Backyardigans DVD Review ~ On DVD Oct. 5, 2010

Posted by Jenna | Thursday, October 07, 2010

Kaelyn has a select number shows she enjoys watching every week. It wasn't until a while back when we were introduced The Backyardigans, that she became a big fan! That's why I knew she'd enjoy the first-ever holiday release of the new The Backyardigans: Christmas With The Backyardigans DVD!

Having the opportunity to review this fun DVD was a treat. Kaelyn enjoyed watching as the Action Elves used their toy-building talents to get Santa's sack back from the Abominable Snowmen Tyrone and Austin who took it. It was entertaining and a DVD I enjoyed watching with her. There is a selection of different music genres and instruments including Memphis Soul, Society Band, hootenanny and even a Balalaika Orchestra.

All four episodes are new to DVD. Here is an episode synopses from the Press Release:

The Action Elves Save Christmas
It’s Christmas Eve and Santa’s Magic Sack is missing. This sounds like a job for Santa’s Action Elves! Tasha, Uniqua, and Pablo are the stealthiest elves around. Are they crafty enough to get past the Abominable Brothers?

Pablo and the Acorns
The Acorns (Tasha, Tyrone, and Austin) are kindly Scouts who value outdoor adventure and helping those in need. But they are put to the ultimate challenge when they try to help Pablo, an evil dictator from outer space.
Music Genre: Society Band
The Big Dipper Diner
Waitress Uniqua and Cook Pablo meet their hungriest customer yet when Hugs, a sweet little space alien, drops into their space diner. But an almost identical space alien, the Blarg, is also in the neighborhood shrinking things!
Music Genre: Hootenanny

The Amazing Splashinis
The Amazing Splashinis (Uniqua, Tyrone, and Pablo) astound with their incredible synchronized dives. But practicing their latest dive becomes close to impossible when they discover a Sea Monster in the pool.
Music Genre: Balalaika Orchestra

Every episode involves imagination and adventure. It's great for preschool age children and Kaelyn really enjoys it too! Each half-hour episode of this Emmy® Award-winning show features a unique music/dance genre with four original songs, along with real choreographed movements recreated in animation.

Street Date: Oct. 5, 2010
DVD SRP: $16.99
DVD Running Time: 95 Minutes **The product for this review was provided for free. All opinions found here are my own and were not influenced in any way**


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