Isn’t it funny how children just can’t wait to grow up so that they can do big kid things, and adults dream of being a kid again? If they only knew! I remember how it was being a kid though, and I understand their need to feel valued and be independent. Right now Emma is feeling left out now that some of her older friends are going to kindergarten, and she’s still in pre-k.
When we were contacted to review VeggieTales: Little Ones Can Do Big Things Too, I knew this film would be appropriate for the feelings she’s working through. When I hit play, she was mesmerized; the colors are so bright and the film engaging. There aren’t many mainstream movies or television shows that talk about and teach kids about God and good deeds which is why I’m so happy to have this as part of our collection. I know Ryan will enjoy it too as he gets older.
I was surprised she actually sit still and watched!
About Little Ones Can Do Big Things Too:
The animated film was inspired by a classic VeggieTales favorite song, “Little Guys Can Do Big Things Too,” to let kids know that even though they are small, they can be used by God to do BIG things! This compilation DVD includes introductions from beloved VeggieTales characters Bob, Larry and Junior, and features the popular Veggie Kids (real kids’ voices animated with little veggies), providing their thoughts on everything from how big God is to how little they sometimes feel! VeggieTales: Little Ones Can Do Big Things Too includes popular shows VeggieTales: Dave & The Giant Pickle, VeggieTales Pistachio: The Little Boy Who Woodn’t and VeggieTales: Lyle the Kindly Viking, plus three great Silly Songs (“I Love My Lips,” “Larry’s High Silk Hat” and “Where Have All The Staplers Gone?”). The DVD also provides 10 minutes of brand-new animation and extra bonus features! You don’t have to be BIG to do great things.
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