Caillou Learns Patience- Rushing the Raspberry: Caillou realizes good things are worth waiting for when he decides to help Mommy grow a raspberry bush. Wait to Skate: When Daddy builds an ice rink in the backyard*Caillou comes to realize the importance of being patient. Caillou’s Hiccups: Caillou learns not to make a mountain out of a molehill when he gets a bad case of the hiccups! Caillou in the Garden -Caillou’s Camel Ride: After learning more about camels*Caillou overcomes his fear of this unusual animal. It’s Not Too Big For Me!: Caillou learns to recognize his limits after attempting to sled down the “Big Hill”. Caillou’s Flying Saucer: When Caillou thinks he’s seen a flying saucer in his yard he learns to look for evidence in an effort to prove – or disprove – his theory.-  Caillou the Snowman- Snowflakes: Caillou eagerly awaits the first snowfall of winter*and imagines himself building the biggest snowman in the world. Caillou Shoots! He Scores!: Caillou wants to play hockey with Billy and the other big kids*but he can’t keep up. Daddy tells him that if he keeps practicing he’ll be really good in no time. Tobogganing: Mommy can’t find Caillou’s toboggan for the playschool trip. Miss Martin tells him that a cardboard box slides just as well as a toboggan on snow. Once they get to the hill his bobsled box works just as well as all the other- kids’ sleds.


“Let’s Go Sledding” is the latest Caillou adventure. The little guy learns patience and to understand his limitations as a Charlie Brown looking kid. It’s kind of odd since the program wants to teach kids how to be better people, but it is constantly focusing on how fragile the title brat has turned out to be. I’m not sure if morbidity is something that your kids pick up on, otherwise you might have an interesting conversation at the end of this disc. Still, it’s worth checking out.

The DVD comes with coloring pages and activities as the special features. The A/V Quality is strong with a supportive transfer and a Dolby audio track. The Dolby track doesn’t get much back channel action outside of the few major crowd scenes. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase to parents of young kids.


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