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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Wubbzy and the Fire Engine {giveaway}

A favourite at Country Mouse, City Mouse is back.

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy

....and just in time for National Fire Prevention Week - October 9th.



Wow! Wow! Wubbzy
Wubbzy and the Fire Engine


Wubbzy and his best buddies, Widget, Walden and Daizy, suit up for six memorable stories in “Wubbzy And The Fire Engine” .  Each of the new title’s engaging episodes feature gentle lessons about helping out, working together and getting the job done that will resonate with kids everywhere.  This latest release whisks preschoolers along as Wubbzy has a fire engine adventure with Widget in “Wubbzy And The Fire Engine”; delivers Daizy’s doodleberry treats – the Wubbzy way – in “What Would Wubbzy Do?” and helps rebuild a neighbor’s house with a little help from a pro in “Ty Ty The Tool Guy.”

As always, I think that Wubbzy does a great job at teaching kids a life lesson in a fun preschool way.  I've watched my daughter hang on every word throughout the episode and when I question her after, she does seem to hold onto the meaning behind the show.  Wubbzy is a loveable character which is hard to resist.  We enjoyed this cute DVD and thought it tied nicely into the theme of helping each other out and getting things done together!


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~ Giveaway @ Country Mouse, City Mouse! ~
One lucky reader will win a copy of Wubbzy and the Fire Engine!

To Enter:

Share in a comment how you teach your child(ren) to help others.  Leave a comment and be sure to record your entries in the form.
All winners @ CMCM must be blog followers.


GOOD LUCK!
















Disclaimer:  I was sent a sample for my review.  Opinions expressed are mine, yours may differ.

45 comments:

debijackson said...

I teach by example

SmalltownOntario said...

We try to live by example. Our 3 little grandchildren are like sponges.... they need and want to show them how good it is to treat others with respect. You reap more than you sow.

April @ PolkaDots n' PinkySwears said...

I let them help the elderly in our neighborhood!

Annie1 said...

I used to do this with my kids and now they do it with their own kids and me as well!

I would collect items during the year, like soaps, toothpaste, perfumes, chocolate etc. and we would package them up and donate them to the less fortunate in our community! They had/have a blast putting it all together!

nancyrobster at gmail dot com

BethElderton said...

I always included my son in my own giving and made him responsible for the choosing of gift toys at Christmas.
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Kristie said...

We teach our kids to help others by teaching them to help each other at home. :-)

khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Bonnye said...

I plan to teach her to help others by showing her! She will come with me when I volunteer at the community garden!

Debbie said...

I encourage my daughter to be involved with some of charity groups I participate with. Volunteering with mom for day at the food bank is also a good way to show her how some people have to survive.
mommakoala(at)cogeco(dot)ca

josiefiorda said...

at Christmas we always 'adopt a family' and give them gifts and food. my kids pick out stuff for their kids

Denise G said...

teach them to share

ontariohappychick at gmail dot com

Sweet Panda said...

We teach them by showing how we helping others out and to let them know that it's a blessing that we can help others

sweetpanda2010 at gmail dot com

Cinderella10383 said...

I teach my children to help others by donating items to families who are low income, we also help pick up toys at friends houses even if we didn't take them out
Jamie Brigham
cinderella10383 @ aol dot com

goldangel69 said...

When my girls where little they had to choose a toy of theirs to give to the woman shelter before they could have a new one .we also donated used clothing and brought new tooth brushes and etc. for the shelter.

marlibu said...

We teach them to share and by example

lisa said...

it's everyday learning...especially leading by example.

Amy C said...

We donate used clothes and I try and teach be example.

Becky said...

My son is only 2, but he is a wonderful sharer. At daycare he always shares his crackers and cookies with the other kids. He also loves giving kisses and hugs to help brighten up your day. :)

Trista said...

my boys do service projects to learn how to help others

lisa said...

learn by example & help others!

OrangeHeroMama said...

definitely teach by example! We help out at foodbank, took donations to goderich, etc etc..

BethElderton said...

When my son was about three, he became responsible for choosing the gift toy for the Christmas toys drives. Before he was 16 and old enough to get a job, he volunteered at the blood bank.
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Mysharona said...

We volunteer at local charity events with our kids.

slb3334 said...

We donate clothing and toys they no longer use.

slb3334@gmail.com

vmkids said...

I teach them by helping others myself. We are always donating our time to our church family that are struggling from illness or just need help.
vmkids3 at msn dot com

Miranda Ward said...

I teach them by showing them!


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janna @ feedyourpig said...

I teach my nephew by teaching him to repsect animals
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bored2quickly said...

I follow your blog on GFC, subscribe to your email and like you on Facebook! I would absolutely love to win this! I teach them by example!
Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
Renee Walters
bored2quickly@hotmail.com

Linda R. said...

When I help someone to do something I ask my daughter to help me out also. She's only 2 but I think it's nice to teach her at a young age how to help others out and be polite by saying thank you & your welcome

lyromero77 at yahoo dot com

monte said...

by example

sweeps73 said...

I started from day one teaching my children. I try to be a good example and I always make sure to take opportunitys for my children to get a chance to help others.

Penny W said...

I teach my children to help others by leading by example. Then we always follow up with a discussion about what we've done and how it's helped and how it made us feel to help.

mommy2one126 said...

We definitely teach by example. My daughter now enjoys giving away her old toys and clothes to children who need them...and simple things like holding the door open at her school for people. It's cute

mommy2one126@yahoo.com

saturdaynightfever said...

We donate the family's time to help at a food bank in the area!

edgenemmers@gmail.com

Erica C. said...

We set a good example and encourage them to participate in charities.
ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

Ericka said...

I teach my children to help other by having them help me all the time
ericka082 at gmail dot com

Bree said...

Teach by example and when my boys outgrow a toy we donate it together and they are both really pleased that their toys go to a child who may not have any.

Tylerpants said...

My kids learn to help others by donating their used toys & clothes to others who arent as lucky. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

mail4rosey said...

I tell them! It's so easy to assume they will figure it out, or know by your hints, but they're new at it, you know...so I just tell them.

msurosey@yahoo.com

trixx said...

I teach my daughter to save some of her allowance to help others by donating it to a worthy cause

♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

I try to help by living a good example

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

Louis
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amy16323 said...

donating their old toys they dont want anymore
amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

Jo said...

By giving away old toys and clothes

jofo120 at yahoo dot com

Chappy - George Chaplin said...

We always try to do good in front of them so they do the same some day..

winchappy @ gmail.com

c allen said...

i teach my children to help others by setting a good example and donating food and used clothing to charities. my son is in the kc club at school. it's a part of rachel's challenge clallen at ntin dot net

AEKZ2 said...

Monkey see, monkey do! I hope that they learn by my example.

annettekz2@yahoo.com