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May 13, 2014

Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs DVD Review & Giveaway -- ENDED

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Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, release Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs on DVD  and digital May 6, 2014 for $14.98/$9.99 SRP. This release features over two hours of fun with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street monsters and special guests including Norah Jones, the Dixie Chicks and Smokey Robinson.  
The ABCs are as easy as 1-2-3 when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and
Warm up your vocal chords and sing your ABCs with Elmo and all your favorite Sesame Street Muppets™! In Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs, preschoolers will float with an astronaut in space, juggle with a robot and swing by the “G Club” to hear the different sounds they all make. Packed with lively and engaging melodies, the episodes on this DVD foster a rich understanding of letters and vocabulary by emphasizing sounds and connecting them with visuals to reinforce the learning. Full of furry friends, special celebrity guests, animation and real children, this feature includes songs for every letter of the alphabet!
“We are thrilled to release Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs on DVD and digital for all to enjoy,” said Jeff Brown, WBHE Executive Vice President and GM of Non-Theatrical Franchise Marketing. “With episodes featuring fun stories and songs to help preschoolers learn the alphabet, this release will keep kids engaged and having fun all while learning their ABCs.”
Now in its 44th 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 (153), as well as a Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award honoring the 40th year.
Street Date: May 6, 2014
Languages: English
Audio: Dolby Stereo
Run Time: Approx 120 minutes
Rating:  NR
Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs
Price: $14.98 (DVD) / $9.99 (Digital)
UPC: 85177004536

Our Review:
My kids love Sesame Street. When DD was younger, she was all about Elmo all the time. Not only that she loved Elmo, she also learned a lot from him. Now that our little guy is a toddler, he is also watching a lot of Sesame Street like his big sister once did. We saved all of the sesame DVDs we got for DD, but when we see new releases from Sesame Street, we try to pick them up and add to our collection. As a parent, I simply love the fact that my kids are entertained by the programs, but I never have to worry about inappropriate content with Sesame Street. Recently, my little guy was lucky enough to have received Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs DVD to review. Since he is learning his alphabets right now, the timing could not be more perfect. He loves that the DVD has songs for every letter of the alphabet.  Slowly, he is memorizing all of the songs.

The G Man loves his DVD, I think your child will too. To buy it, please go to Sesame Street Store.

Many thanks to Sesame Street, the company has generously offered 1 Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs DVD as a giveaway prize to one of my lucky readers. This giveaway ends on May 27th, 2014.

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terry maigi said...

I love that Sesame Street is not only fun and entertaining but also so educational! My daughter is crazy about Elmo! She loves to sing along!

abedabun dawn said...

My grand daughters favorite Sesame Street character is the Cookie Monster! She loves him.

Vivacious Ramsey said...

livivua- we love elmo

Rebecca Parsons said...

Their favorite character is Elmo!

Kimberly said...

My daughter likes Grover. I like Bert.

Heather said...

My son really likes Elmo and Cookie Monster.

Rebecca Orr said...

My daughter likes a Cookie Monster. I like Oscar the Grouch!



lisa said...

Love Big Bird

dailymom said...

My son's favorite Sesame Street character is Elmo (as is mine!), and my daughter's favorite is Abby Cadabby.

~Serenity~ said...

Ernie and Bert

lilyk said...