Thursday, July 31, 2014

Sesame Street: Monster Manners #Review + #Giveaway



I think we can all agree, it is important to teach our children good manners. Now, thanks to Sesame Street: Monster Manners, parents have an additional tool to assist in teaching this valuable life skill!


Released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit education organization, Sesame Street: Monster Manners features everyone's favorite characters (and a few fab celebs too) to help children develop good manners. Children will watch as friends from Sesame Street try to help Rosita control her emotions and keep her hands to herself (we talk a lot about that topic here in Wigglesworth Manor, since our 2 year old is at that stage). Prairie also works to help Cookie Monster perfect his table manners (both of our girls could use a little help in this area). 

On to the fab celebs- This DVD features appearances by Henry Cavill, Zac Efron, Cobie Smulders, and Colbie Caillat. David Hyde Pierce also visits, playing a "Cookie Connoisseur" as Cookie Monster is trying to keep himself from gobbling all of the cookies. 

Cookie Monster is SOOOO FUNNY!

It has been a while since Drew has watched Sesame Street, so I did not think it would grab her attention, but both of my girls enjoyed the DVD. Drew loved reconnecting with her "old buddies" and Reese loved watching Cookie Monster's antics.  Sesame Street: Monster Manners is a great film to watch with your children and refer back to while continuing to teach your little ones good manners. 


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One lucky MBP reader will win their very own copy of Sesame Street: MONSTER MANNERS on DVD. This giveaway is open to US residents, 18 and older. Just use the Rafflecopter entry form below to enter for your chance to win!



10 comments:

  1. My childs favorite sesame street character is Grover. BWallace1980(at)Hotmail(d0t)com

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  2. My kids favorite Sesame Street Character is Elmo
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  3. I think saying "please" and "thank you" are important.

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  4. I think learning to say yes please and no thank you are very important for kids to learn
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  5. I like to make sure my kids say please and thank you. We also talk about not being demanding - as in how you say it matters too!

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