- DVD Release Date: January 8, 2013
- Run Time: 60 minutes
- Language: English
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: NCircle Entertainment
- ASIN: B007512RGM
ABOUT THE PAJANIMALS: PAJANIMALS PLAYDATE
PAJANIMALS are starting the New Year with a plethora of new and exciting entertainment and activities, including a brand NEW DVD, “Pajanimals Playdate,” and an assortment of NEW FREE PAJANIMALS-themed Valentine’s Day e-cards for download, just in time to send to someone special!
The PAJANIMALS–Cowbella, Apollo, Sweetpea Sue and Squacky–have quickly become popular with children and parents alike! Their own television series airs nightly on 24-hour preschool television channel Sprout(R) during its The Good Night Show and also airs on NBC on Saturday mornings as part of the NBC Kids programming block.
PAJANIMALS, co-produced by The Jim Henson Company, Sprout and Sixteen South Television, follows this adorable quartet as they take young viewers on exciting imaginary adventures. With music and new friends in every story, PAJANIMALS teaches the skills that preschoolers need to move through their days successfully, especially getting ready for and going to bed.
In “Pajanimals Playdate,” the Pajanimals love to play games, sing songs and go on great adventures to meet new friends. Each story resolves a challenge typically encountered during every preschooler’s day. Through their imaginary journeys, these friends discover fun ways to learn daily life lessons. Snuggle up with the Pajanimals for a magical adventure and play date that encourages a bedtime routine!
February is the month of love with Valentine’s Day (February 14), Celebration of Love Week (February 10 – 16) and Love Your Pet Day (February 20), and Pajanimals want to help you celebrate by offering new FREE PAJANIMALS-themed Valentine’s Day printable cards available now at http://www.sproutonline.com/printables/pajanimals-printable-valentines-day-cards
PAJANIMALS fans can also access a number of fun and FREE age appropriate activities and games on the Sprout website, http://www.sproutonline.com/shows/pajanimals. Additionally, The PAJANIMALS App, an interactive adaptation of the episode “Light in the Sky,” lets children join in the fun with their favorite Pajanimals characters. Filled with engaging activities that play off of the theme of the episode, as well as charming music and animation, the fully 3D app will extend the reach of the TV series onto iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. And, remember to tune into PAJANIMALS on Sprout and NBC Kids.
I received a copy of The Pajanimals: Pajanimals Playdate DVD.
- I’m Sorry, Really Sorry
- A Colorful Problem
- Game Day
- Share Day
- The Rocket Ride
My youngest son absolutely adores The Pajanimals. He’s been watching the first Pajanimals DVD, Meet The Pajanimals, every day since we got it. This DVD is looking to be just as popular, as he has been watching it daily as well. I think the show is adorable. I love that the show encourages the characters to get along with each other and work things out.I really like the episode A Colorful Problem, because it’s definitely a situation I can see happening amongst young children in real life. My son loves all of the episodes. And the music, he loves the songs. When the Pajanimals Bounce song comes on, he bounces. He does that when Jiggle, Jumble and Jump comes on, as well as the Pajanimals Freeze Dance.
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