After a long winter, my boys and I are very much enjoying the warm weather and long days of spring. But spring is also a great time for learning and NCircle Entertainment has some great new DVDs that are perfect for exploring some of the science behind the season. Perfect to pull out on a rainy day, these are four titles your kids are sure to enjoy!
Dino Dan: Swimming with Dinosaurs!
Dino Dan fans, it’s time to join Trek and learn about some of the coolest dinosaurs yet! Dive into dino adventures in the water on the new DVD Swimming with Dinosaurs!
Sid the Science Kid: Encyclopedia of Discovery
Sid the Science Kid inspires children to ask questions about how the world works, embracing every child’s natural passion for fun and discovery. Explore 26 exciting topics with Sid and is friends in this Encyclopedia of Discovery!
Discover & Investigate with the Cat in the Hat
Season 1 of Cat in the Hat is now on DVD! Discover and investigate with the Cat in the Hat, Sally, and Nick as they are whisked off on extraordinary voyages of scientific discovery. Hop on the thinga-ma-jigger and let’s explore!
Octonauts: Crocodiles & Crabs!
Sound the octo-alert and join the Octonauts above and below the waves! Help them rescue a gigantic saltwater crocodile, learn about hermit crabs and their shells, and explore a sunken pirate ship with slime eels. Enjoy these adventures and more now on their new DVD Crocodiles & Crabs!
What I love about NCircle Entertainment DVDs is the fact that they’re suitable for such a wide range of ages. My oldest son loves the adventures of Dino Dan and my youngest always gets excited about watching The Cat in the Hat. Whether your children are in preschool to grade school, there’s plenty of fun and learning to be enjoyed with these titles!
NCircle Entertainment wants to help you kick off your spring in style, so the company is very generously offering one lucky Mommy Kat and Kids reader all four of these science-themed DVDs, a $45 value! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about which DVD your child would be most excited to watch first!
While we spend a lot of time outside during the spring, having a fun and educational activity for those cloudy days or the occasional relaxing evening is always a good plan and these DVDs fit the bill perfectly! Grab one or two for your kids and help inspire a lifelong love of science!