DVD's - Fun animated music videos that teach!

Choose from any of our award-winning products in DVD format:

Word Dogs!™
Word Dogs!™ incorporates all 220 sight words into songs. The program is geared toward kindergarten through second grade-level readers and includes:

55 music videos using 220 sight words
Assessment guide to check for understanding
44 “Big Books” videos featuring 220 sight words in guided reading and independent reading formats
12 games/activities
Printable awards, progress charts and more

Time-to-Rhyme Word Families!™
Time-to-Rhyme Word Families is the essential and complete word-families program. Our critically acclaimed multi-modality method of presenting content through music, animation, movement, prompted participation, and repetition engages your young learners in a proven process that is simply fun for kids! There are 66 animated music videos which include 30 Time-to-Rhyme Music Videos, 30 Rap-n-Rhyme Music Videos, various rhyming game songs, as well as printable games and resources.

Pre-K Pups!™
Pre-K Pups!™ is a DVD with fun and engaging animated music videos that teach a multitude of learning targets for pre-k through first grade.Students will see, say and sing their way to success with:

50 Sight-Word Music Videos each with a TAG (Test Assessment Guide) to check for understanding
10 Colors Music Videos
Basic shapes Music Videos with accompanying Shape “Video-Big-Books”
Pre-K Pups!™’s Movin’ Groovin’ Rhyme-N-Time Word Family Fun Music Videos
12 Number Recognition and Counting Music Videos
Better Letter Learning Music Video
Position Expedition – Learning with Positional Words

The Greatest Gift – Children’s Musical™
Loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Most Incredible Thing, Mother Nature (who is disappointed at the way all of the Winterland friends have been acting towards one another) invites everyone to participate in a contest to find the most wonderful Christmas present. She announces that the winner of the competition shall be granted one wish. Each character searches, while exuding poor sportsmanship and selfishness, until they each are able to bring their gift. But in the end, it is the little Inuit child who wins the contest with a gift of love and kindness.

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