Thursday, 1 May 2014

Chuggington Ready to Rescue DVD #Review


This month has seen the new release of Chuggington's Ready Rescue DVD, I we have kindly been sent a copy to review.

When Liam was around two he used to watch Chuggington but he got bored with it, as quick as he had liked it, so I wasn't sure what he would make of the DVD that we were sent. I popped it on one afternoon over Easter, when it was raining and the results were silence, I couldn't actually believe it the boys were both glued to the TV - They loved it. They watched it all the way through with out moving off the settee!


Keep the kids entertained with Chuggington DVD


The new DVD, called Chug Patrol: Ready to Rescue, features four 12 minute episodes from season four, plus the 23 minute special that gave its name to the DVD. That's a massive total run time of 71 minutes. It also features the first ever and never before seen Chuggington music video, Chug Patrol: Ready to Roll, which is a catchy rock/pop song that introduces who’s who in Chug Patrol, one of the new teams seen in Series Four of Chuggington.

  • Chug Patrol - Ready to Rescue (feature length special) - It’s time for the trainees to move up to advanced training. Chug Patroller Wilson proves that he’s in control and ready to roll when he saves Koko from a collapsing tunnel and rescues Emery in the forest.
  • Chief Wilson - Wilson takes a test to assess his new Chug Patrol skills, but he forgets something important and fails. Later, when a real emergency arises, Wilson handles the situation perfectly and gets Old Puffer Pete out of trouble. Jackman is impressed – maybe Wilson will even make chief one day.
  • Park Patroller Wilson - When Old Puffer Pete goes sleep-riding around Chuggington, Wilson must find a solution to keep him safe.
  • High Rise Rescue - Hodge gets stuck on a platform high up in the air, but Wilson’s clever thinking saves the day.
  • Fearless Wilson - When Brewster slips into the river, Wilson must overcome his struggles with the speed booster waggon to get there super-fast and help his friend.
The DVD is fantastic the boys especially loved the first episode, you can here their apprehension when they think the tunnel is going to collapse and they both cheer when KoKo has been saved, every time - when I say every time, I say it because this is the only thing the boys want to watch at the moment when I ask them which DVD they would like on, so I think they must have watched at least thirty times.

The DVD has definitely started a craze off in our house especially with Liam!, for Easter the boys both had money so Liam decided he would buy the Chuggington stack and track, and some Chuggington trains so now when the DVD is on we have the whole episodes reenacted.

It is great the boys love the DVD and so do I! I like that it teaches them to work together, to form great friendships and most importantly not to give up!

Chug Patrol : Ready To The Rescue, is available now with an RRP of £5.00 on special offer at Amazon at the moment!



I was sent this DVD for the purpose of this review all opinions remain honest and my own 
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