Calling all Chuggers! “Chuggington: It’s Training Time!” Review & Giveaway

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Just in time for the start of school Wilson, Brewster, and Koko are back with new traintastic adventures!  Through their challenges these trains in training learn valuable lessons.

“It’s Training Time!” features six episodes plus a three-minute bonus “Badge Quest” episode, Running On Time, which explores the importance of being punctual. Weaved throughout the fun-filled adventures are lessons to help hone preschoolers’ pro-social skills, such as the value of setting a good example (Training Time Harrison); cleanliness (Wilson Gets A Wash); following directions (Koko And The Tunnel); diversity (Watch Out Wilson); self-confidence (Wilson’s Smooth Move) and not jumping to conclusions (Eddie Finds Time).  In Training Time Harrison, for example, Harrison is desperate to pull the royal carriage for the prince of Buffertonia, but he travels too fast, runs red lights and takes too many shortcuts.  He eventually realizes that he’s setting a bad example for the trainees, who look up to him.  In the end, Harrison studies properly, passes his test and is proud to pull the royal carriage through Chuggington!

Big Brother first saw Chuggington a couple years ago.  It was an instant hit.  I can appreciate Chuggington because it’s not too corny, doesn’t use any rude or sassy language, and teaches great lessons.  I really try to limit TV time in my house to 2 hours each day. It amazes me what a daily challenge that is.  Given the limited TV policy in our house, I really appreciate that each episode is only about 10 minutes long.  Big Brother can enjoy 3 or so episodes and be completely satisfied. 🙂

You can visit Chuggington’s website and find a train load of games and video clips for the kids.

Buy It:

You can purchase “Chuggington: It’s Training Time!” (SRP $16.98) at various retailers. Right now you can purchase “Chugginton: It’s Training Time! at for only $8.99.

Win It!

Anchor Bay Entertainment is giving one reader their own “Chuggington: It’s Training Time!” DVD!


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