PBS Distribution has released four stories from PBS KIDS’ popular SUPER WHY series on the new DVD "Three Billy Goats Gruff and other Fairytale Adventures" now available nationwide.
The four reading-powered adventures on this DVD not only help kids with the critical skills they need to learn to read, they also provide them with important life lessons. Two of the lessons kids will take away after watching these stories are the importance of good manners and that in order to learn a new skill, you need to be persistent and keep trying!
The four stories included on this DVD are “The Three Billy Goats Gruff,” “The Tortoise and the Hare,” “The Ugly Duckling” and “The Elves and the Shoemaker.” In “The Three Billy Goats Gruff,” Red’s grandmother won’t let her into the kitchen to have some red velvet cake, and she doesn’t know why. In order to find the answer, the Super Readers jump into the book “The Three Billy Goats Gruff.” After watching a troll stop all three goats from crossing his bridge, the answer emerges. The Super Readers also jump into the story “The Tortoise and the Hare!” In this episode the Super Readers spell the words G-O and B-E-L-L and learn that participating in a contest isn’t always about winning, it’s also important to enjoy the game.
PBS KIDS "Super Why: Three Billy Goats Gruff and other Fairytale Adventures” is currently available on DVD at major retailers nationwide in addition to online at Amazon. The DVD has a run time of approximately 120 minutes and an SRP of $12.99.
If your kids love PBS Kids, this is a must-own DVD. It gives a fun twist on the fairy tales they have most likely grown up hearing! My nieces really loved watching this and Super Why has always been a PBS Kids favorite in our house because of the problem-solving and educational value!
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