Friday, May 18, 2012

Sesame Street DVD iveaway

Sesame Street Singing with the STARS

Elmo and the gang love to sing and dance and now you and your kids can join them! With over 15 musical performances by some of the biggest names in music and entertainment, your favoriteSesame Street friends invite you to enjoy the party! 

Songs range from classics such as, “Furry Happy Monsters” with Emmy Award-winning hit “What I Am” with, 

and focus on encouraging children to feel good about who they are, boosting self-esteem and confidence. Be sure to check out the DVD trailer at the link below for a sneak peek!

The DVD bonus features include a karaoke sing along feature, musical activity tips for parents, and a downloadable activity book. Princess's favorite part is always the karaoke!
Like what you see? I sure enjoyed it when I watched with my Great Niece and my daughter.
I don't know about your family, but mine always enjoys Sesame Street! This DVD lives up to the quality we have come to expect from Sesame Street.
My friends at Warner Home Video were kind enough to send me a copy to review and a copy to give away.
Want to win one? Leave a comment here telling me your favorite Sesame character.
You do not need a blog of your own to win. Want an extra chance? Become a "follower" of this blog and leave me another comment telling me you did so.
My Princess will pick one name out of a hat on May 25th. That means you have from now, until
9am (est)on May 25th to enter. Good luck!!


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shellie said...

My Grandson would love this!

Anonymous said...

Lovely, I know a few children who would love this!

xo Sam said...

My littles love Sesame St..especially Elmo!! Thank you.

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