Thursday, November 22, 2012

Sesame Street DVD

My middle son will soon be turning four which means he will be attending preschool before we know it.  It also means we need to start preparing him for preschool.  I can do this with help from the newest released Sesame Street DVD called PRESCHOOL IS COOL - MAKING FRIENDS.  Because after all what better way to get ready for preschool than with Elmo and friends! 

My son is super shy, I mean covering his face type of shy!  It's important to work on his social skills before starting preschool, so I am happy to have Elmo teach him just that!  In this fun DVD, Grover is the preschool teacher and Elmo is the student.  Before the class begins Grover helps teach Elmo important social skills.  They share stories and songs about making friends and take turns sharing, another important skill to teach young children.

This movie has really got my son excited about starting school.  It has also got him excited about meeting children and making lots of friends.  He sang along with the songs and really seemed intrigued by what Elmo and Grover was teaching him.  I love that it teaches him social skills, to share, take turns and to cooperate. 

RELEASE DATE: OCTOBER 2, 2012

*Disclaimer - I received the DVD mentioned above, free of charge, for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinion of the DVD.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*

 

5 comments:

karenmed409 said...

our kiddo's love Sesame Street, Elmo is their favorite, he is so colorful and has that cute giggle and pet goldfish. It also teaches kids about accepting differences in other children. They're getting educated in a fun manner

let it be said...

My little one loves Sesame Street! :) Thanks for your review!

My Journey With Candida said...

My Grandson will sit and watch Sesame Street for hours.... I need to get him this. Thanks for the review

FireRunner2379 said...

I might look into this for my little niece, she will be starting school next year. She has some serious separation anxiety from her "mommy". I know she watches Elmo so this might help her get over the issues.

Are We There Yet! said...

I think all little kids like Sesame Street. I even find myself enjoying it too.