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Sesame Street: Play All Day With Elmo DVD Review and #Giveaway

        Always a classic in most any home now a days, Warner Bros. released Sesame Street: Play All Day With Elmo on September 8th, 2015.  Regardless of age, who doesn't love Elmo?!  This one features counting all sorts of games can play at home or at school which I knew was perfect for Declan as he started school this week.  He was extremely nervous and this DVD was one that helped him relax and look forward to all the fun he could have with his new friends!


        The synopsis says "Spend the afternoon dancing, jumping, and clapping while playing all of Elmo’s favorite games. Preschoolers will join Elmo to play Freeze Dance, Red Light Green Light, Elmo Says, and more. Elmo helps make learning fun with his interactive approach to teaching children his favorite games. Sesame Street: Play All Day With Elmo will have your toddler bouncing up and down with excitement while practicing important executive function skills such as self-control, following directions and paying attention."

"Celebrating its impressive 45th anniversary this season, Sesame Street is the longest-running program in children’s television. The series has received more Emmy awards than any other show in television history, as well as a Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award."

DVD SRP: $14.98
Recommendation:  I think that it is definitely worth the cost if you've watched this in the past and the quality is as good as ever!  Kevin and I gave this a thumbs up all around since it helped calm some of Declan's fears about starting school for the first time.

Giveaway:  Warner Bros. is going to give THREE of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers Sesame Street: Play All Day With Elmo on DVD of their own!
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23 comments:

  1. My nephew is in Kindergarden and he likes to play the game memory. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. BWallace1980@hotmail(d0t)com

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  2. my little niece is 5 and she does not have any bothers or sisters but she loves playing dress up. thankyou ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  3. My daughter is not in school yet, but she loves to play with her toys and read (look at) a lot of books

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  4. Vera Nell Wilson

    Cody and Ethan both in the 2nd grade. Both loves trucks and cars. They enjoy movies about animals. Thanks for the contest.

    snoopysnop1 at yahoo dot com

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  5. My son is in 1st grade and loves sesame street especially Elmo.

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  6. I have twins and they are 23 months. They love watching Sesame Street, the muppets and anything Disney or Paw Patrol.

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  7. my niece is in 2nd grade and don't know what games she llikes

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  8. The little ones are one and three. Right now, puzzles are the 3 yo's favorite and the 1 yo loves books and songs.

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  9. My Granddaughter is in Kindergarten, she loves to play Hopscotch.

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  10. My grandbaby will be turning 1 year old soon.

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  11. My niece is into Barbie dolls- she is 6 yrs old

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  12. My daughters still have a while before school at 1.5 & 6 weeks. My toddler *loves* Elmo & dancing. It also makes me so happy that she loves to "read" even if she won't wait for me to finish reading a page, she loves to turn the pages & look at the pictures.

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  13. My daughter isn't in school yet but she would love this!

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  14. My oldest is 6 years old and in Kindergarten, my youngest just turned 1. We just found out I'm expecting #3 in early May, a total surprise! Both girls like playing hide and seek.

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  15. My grandson is two and a half years old now. He's talking up a storm too. He like playing with his earth moving toys a lot. He still likes grandma to read him his story books too.

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  16. My daughter is 3 years old. She loves dancing and playing hide & seek.

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  17. My nephews are 3 and 7 and love playing board games.

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  18. My "little ones" are in 8th and 10th grade. I was hoping for this for my great niece and nephews. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  19. My daughter is 6 and my son is 4. They like to build things with their Legos together and also play pretend tea parties with play doh.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  20. my daughter is in kindergarten. She is 5 years old and her favorite game right now is candy land

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