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Today on Movie Tuesday we have three new releases from PBS. Whether you are looking for fun movies for the kids or a documentary to learn something new PBS has some great titles to meet your movie watching needs.
PJ Masks Hello Christmas:
Preschoolers nationwide will join Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko on their missions into the night to save the day in this SUPER holiday adventure! PJ Masks: Hello Christmas, arriving at retail nationwide on October 17, features six [seasonal] episodes from the hit Disney Junior TV series including, “Gekko Saves Christmas,” “Supersonic Owlette,” “Gekko’s Nice Ice Plan” and more.
By day, six-year-olds Connor, Amaya, and Greg go to school like everyone else. But when they put on their pajamas and activate their animal amulets, they magically transform into their dynamic superhero alter egos and become the PJ Masks: Catboy, super-fast and agile; Gekko, super strong and able to scale walls; and Owlette, with the power to fly and see great distances. In each episode, the three heroes embark on exciting adventures and work together to solve mysteries and learn valuable lessons along the way!
My kiddos love this series so we were super excited to get a new Christmas-themed DVD to celebrate the upcoming holidays with. Will be a great DVD to take with us when we are traveling the next couple of months.
Regal Academy: Rose Cinderella in Fairy Tale Land:
Rose Cinderella thinks she is a regular teenager, but things change when she finds a magic key unlocking a world where fairy tales come to life! Rose Cinderella quite literally falls into Fairy Tale Land and discovers that Cinderella is not only her grandmother but also the headmistress of Regal Academy, a school where fairytale families teach the next generation how to become heroes.
The episodes on this DVD include:
“A School for Fairy Tales”
Rose was a normal girl from a normal town with a super-normal love of fairy tales, who falls – literally – into the Fairy Tale Land. There, she discovers that all the fairy tales she knows and loves have had one big adventure that never made it into the storybooks: they got old! Rose is enrolled at Regal Academy under headmistress “Granny” Cinderella with classmates Hawk Snow White, Joy LeFrog, Astoria Rapunzel and Travis Beast. They’re all grandchildren of famous fairy tales, but what about Rose? Could she really be the lost granddaughter of Cinderella herself?
“The Great Dragon Race”
It’s the day Rose, Hawk, Travis, Astoria, and Joy have been waiting for – it’s time for them to learn how to ride dragons! But the teacher, Coach Beast, is a real taskmaster, and he’s determined to make life miserable for his grandson Travis. Class ends with a race to Dragon Land, but when Rose is separated from the others, she’ll have to earn the trust of her dragon in time to get back in the race and save the others from a big crash at the finish line!
“The Swan in Swamp Lake”
Rose is excited to meet Magister Rapunzel, the literature teacher, but is not so excited about climbing up Library Tower just to get to her class. After Rapunzel has an argument with her granddaughter Astoria in class, Rose, Astoria, Hawk, Joy, and Travis are sent into the swamp for their assignment. What sounds like a boring day of hunting down plants turns into chaos when Joy becomes a frog and the boys have to kiss every frog in the swamp to find her, meanwhile, the evil Vicky creates a super-gross monster to confound our heroes, and even the granddaughter of the legendary swan princess makes an appearance!
This series is a ton of fun. If you have a kiddo who loves princesses then they will love this series. So much fun for the upcoming holidays.
Eclipse Over America:
Learn all about the eclipse. Did you watch it? We couldn’t see it where we were located very well and it was cloudy that day where we were so we didn’t really get to see much of it. I thought this would be a great DVD to learn more and see more of the eclipse that we missed out on. It’s a great DVD full of great information.
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