I think you guys pretty much know me by now, and my boys, and know that we are a huge train family! So anything Chuggington comes my way I’m all over it for a review! Landon was in a phase of watching a wee bit too much Chuggington, thankfully that has passed. But it’s always great to have a DVD to mix up the shows he watches when he does have the urge to watch some trains! That’s where Chuggington’s “Brewster’s Little Helpers” comes into play.
“Brewster’s Little Helper” will have preschoolers honking their horns alongside their favorite trainees, Wilson, Brewster and Koko, through six energetic episodes. In the title episode, Zephie is determined to prove that she can pull her weight. After overhearing Brewster’s tasks for the day, she tries to take care of them all, but winds up chugging headlong into trouble. When Zephie is unable to complete the chores correctly, she realizes she still has some growing up to do. And, with a little help from Brewster, everything gets back on track. Each of the additional episodes – Koko Takes Charge, Brewster Knows Best, Zephie’s Zoomaround, Nurse Wilson and Wilson And The Paint Wagon – are filled with loads of fun and coupled with positive lessons for preschoolers such as patience, teamwork, responsibility, friendship, creative thinking and more.
Some of the episodes are newer, so we’ve seen them a lot because I was watching the shows with Landon using On Demand. But some of them we haven’t seen yet, or it’s been awhile so it was wonderful! Now this show I actually enjoy watching too. I think it’s adorable! Of course my boys love it as well.
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Disclaimer: No compensation was provided for this post. I did receive a copy of the DVD in order to write my honest opinion of the movie.