Holiday Programming on PBS KIDS



I thought some readers might be interested in learning more about the holiday entertainment PBS KIDS has planned.

The holiday fun on PBS KIDS continues all next week up until Christmas Day!

PBS KIDS has multiple holiday specials that will air next week, starting December 17. Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas will air December 17, and again on Christmas Day. Specials from Peg + Cat, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and Thomas & Friends will all premiere on December 17 and repeat throughout the holiday season. Check your local listings for specific airtimes.


Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas – airs December 17 and 25
Join George and The Man with the Yellow Hat as they count down the days until Christmas. There’s only one puzzle: neither of them can figure out what to give the other for a present. The Man is having trouble reading George’s wish list and George doesn’t have a clue about what to get for the Man who has everything. Maybe you can help!


Peg + Cat + Holidays – one-hour special premieres December 17

The Hanukkah Problem – When Albert Einstein invites Peg and Cat over for Hanukkah, he shows them how to make a 2D piece of paper into a 3D dreidel. Later, they need to use this process to bring peace to Al’s home and save his Hanukkah.

The Christmas Problem - When Santa Claus is in trouble, Peg and Cat have to solve their biggest problem ever: how to make and wrap presents for all the children of the world, and then deliver them using 100 sleighs.

The Penguin Problem – Peg and Cat coach a team of skiing penguins, who would have a shot at the Olympic gold medal if only they knew “over,” “under,” and “in between.”


Daniel’s Winter Adventure/Neighborhood Nutcracker – premieres December 17

Daniel’s Winter Adventure – Daniel, Dad, Prince Wednesday and Prince Tuesday are all going sledding! But once they get to the hill and see how tall it is, Daniel and Prince Wednesday get scared. Dad assures them that if they try it a little bit at a time, they might surprise themselves and have a great time. Later, Daniel ice-skates for the first time. When he tries it a little bit at a time, he realizes it is not so hard.

Neighborhood Nutcracker – Daniel is going to see a show called The Nutcracker Ballet! Once he arrives at the performance, he finds out that Prince Wednesday is sick and needs Daniel to fill in for him and dance on stage. Daniel is reluctant at first, but realizes that if he learns the steps a little bit at a time, he can dance the Nutcracker and the show will go on! Strategy: If something seems hard to do, try it a little bit at a time.


Christmas Cheer – premieres December 17

Duncan The Humbug - Everyone is happy at Christmastime except Duncan, the Scottish narrow gauge engine, who seems to be grumbling even more than usual. Victor offers Duncan a new coat of paint if he can refrain from grumbling for one whole day. Duncan rises to the challenge, but it is not so easy for an engine who likes to grumble to give up a lifetime habit.

The Perfect Gift - The whole island is celebrating Christmas and there are decorations everywhere.  But it doesn’t look very Christmas-y at the scrap yard. Percy starts to worry that Reg is missing out and he tries to find something to give Reg to cheer him up. But Reg only seems happy about scrap. Percy discovers that Reg is celebrating Christmas in his own way and has been making decorations from the scrap.

Coming Home for Christmas – premieres December 18

Last Train for Christmas - It’s Christmas Eve and a lot of passengers are coming home to Sodor for the holiday. Connor can’t carry all the passengers who are trying to get on his train. He promises to come back and pick them up, but the snow keeps falling and the engines are struggling to keep the tracks clear. It becomes a race against time, and the engines have to work together to clear the tracks and get the passengers home in time for Christmas.

Long Lost Friend - Gator returns to the Island of Sodor after being away for a long time. He is looking forward to seeing his old friend Percy. When Percy hears that Gator is back, he is very excited and immediately heads off to see him. But the two engines keep missing each other. They both have doubts they’ll see each other, but finally they connect and have a wonderful reunion.



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BJ’s 10 Ten Toys for the holiday season


Happy woman and Christmas Present

What is on your child’s (or grandchild’s) holiday wish list? Are you aware of what the hottest toys are for the holiday season? No doubt some of them are Frozen related.

Here is an interesting fact – According to a National Retail Federation’s (NRF) Holiday Consumer Spending Survey the average person will spend $804.42 on gifts — up nearly 5% from last year. That is close to $1,000 on gifts. Wow! That is A LOT!

To help choose the perfect gift for children, BJ’s Wholesale Club has rounded up the top toy trends likely to dominate kids’ lists. From Frozen to oversized toys to remote control cars and educational toys, BJ’s helps members check items off their wish list early with one-stop holiday shopping for toys including.

I took advantage of BJ’s current FREE 60 Day Trial Membership to check out these “must have” toys of the season. Their 60 Day FREE Trial Membership is available until December 31, 2014. If you are not a member and would like to try them out visit www.BJs.com/savings to sign up. All I did was sign up online, print out the confirmation email and bring it to my local BJ’s customer service counter. They even took my picture and gave me a card right on the spot. I didn’t have to wait for one. Now I’m able to shop at BJ’s whenever I want for the next 60 days.

I had a list of BJ’s Top 10 Toys that I wanted to check out. I had a BJ’s gift card to purchase one of these toys (compliments of BJ’s). I had an idea what I wanted. It was a toss up between an over sized Olaf, Spirograph or a cool play sand kit. I also wanted to check out the other toys.

Fun Station

Giraffe Fun Station ($29.99)

Hello Kitty

Disco Party CD +G Karaoke Set – Hello Kitty/Monster High ($59.99)

Jumbo Plush

Disney 36″ Jumbo Plush Characters – Assorted ($29.99) – A BJ’s exclusive

KidKraft Train set

KidKraft Super Expressway Train Set & Table – Espresso ($129.99)

Leap Pad Bundle

LeapPad Ultra Bundle ($129.99)


The Original Spirograph Deluxe Set ($18.99)

Squishy Sand

Squishy Sand Incredibly Soft & Moldable Sand ($14.99) – A BJ’s exclusive



Transformers Age of Extinction Stomp and Chomp Grimlock


Disney Doc McStuffins Stuffy Check Up Set and Bonus Stuffy Doll ($19.99) – A BJ’s exclusive

Check out all the Top 10 Toys in action.


I found all the toys conveniently in the same area of our local BJ’s, with the exception of the large plush toys. They were at the front of the store. They were the first items I saw. My husband dug inside a huge box to find the one and only Olaf they had left. I decided it was best if I held on to him just in case. If I put him down someone else might have grabbed him. Olaf was one of my top toy choices on my BJ’ shopping list.

We found the Spirograph set and play sand. I was tempted to get them both (keep the Spirograph and donate the play sand to my job).

Spirograph BJ's

BJ's Squishy Sand

I couldn’t get over how cute Olaf was. Since I really wanted an Olaf (I’m a big kid at heart) I took home the Olaf plush. With the reminder of my gift card I picked up a package of cinnamon scented pine cones. That whole aisle smelled amazing. I just had to get some. Even on the car ride home our car smelled so good.

I had fun with Olaf on the way home as well as when we got home. If you follow me on Instagram (Instagram.com/SheScribes) no doubt you saw the photos of Olaf I posted.

Olaf and Dunkin Donuts

Olaf driving

This is the very same Olaf I purchased from BJ’s. I love him! He’s SO BIG and super adorable. Sadly he was the only one they had left so he’s not in perfect condition. His neck is a big wobbly but I don’t mind. I still enjoy him. :-)

Even though I did want the Spirograph and the play sand I am happy with my purchase.

If you’d like to find a BJ’s location near you to take care of last minute shopping, or to stock up on holiday supplies (wrapping paper, bows, tape), decor or foods visit www.bjs.com/locations to find a local Club.

You can also find BJ’s on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

What do you think about BJ’s Top 10 Toys list? Are any of those toys on your child/grandchild’s wish list? Are you a BJ’s member? Feel free to share your thoughts.

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“Frozen” inspired apparel just in time for the holidays (giveaway ends 12/14/14)



Walk into any store these days and there is no doubt you’ll find a product (or products) featuring characters from the mega-popular hit Disney film Frozen.

Just yesterday I was in Toys R Us and saw that they had a Frozen section AND so many Olafs that they were practically spilling on to the floor. :-)

I don’t blame people for falling in love with the film. It’s a wonderful film that both young and old alike adore – maybe a little too much. LOL!

I like that they have Frozen toys. It sparks a child’s imagination. They can either recreate the film or come up with the own adventures featuring Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven.

I even saw some fun accessories that would be great for pretend play.

My daughter used to love to play dress up. She even dressed my son up once in a princess outfit when he was little (he’s 2+ years younger than her). We have pictures of them dressed up together. We figured we can spring it on them when they are older. Ha Ha.

Children learn by imagining and doing. The process of pretending builds skills in many essential developmental areas. Dress-up play is vital to a child’s development. According to licensed child psychologist Dr. Laurie Zelinger, “It fosters the imaginative processes, and allows for play without rules or script. Dress up allows for experimentation, role play and fantasy.”

Pretend play is not just fun, it’s vital to a child’s development.

Language Skills – Pretend play requires children to invent and tell stories and since almost all children narrate their pretend play experiences, they train their minds to transform ideas into words. Children usually mimic words and ideas from parents, teachers, daycare or what they hear on TV. This repetition builds vocabulary and helps kids visualize what they say, especially when adults offer feedback to help kids better understand the words they use.

Problem Solving Skills – Role playing games lead children to face situations that far exceed kids’ real-life experiences. Children work out confusing, scary, or new life issues. Through these role plays, children become more comfortable and prepared for life events in a safe way. Children often use pretend play to work out more personal challenging life events too, whether it is coping with an illness in the family, the absence of a parent or divorce, or a house fire. Although kids may not always act logically during tough pretend dilemmas, the very process of problem solving becomes habitual.

Pretend Play

Social and Emotional Skills – Through cooperative play, children learn societal rules such as how to take turns, share responsibility, and creatively problem-solve. Character play means that the child is “walking in someone else’s shoes” and it encourages teamwork along with an interest in peers. The child also learns to negotiate which helps teach the important moral development skill of empathy.

Self Control – During pretend play, children have to take a role and play within those boundaries, especially when other kids are involved. Studies show that children control their impulses significantly better during pretend play than at other times.

Self Esteem – By giving your child complete control in their pretend world and accepting them as a silly character, you are enhancing their self-esteem. For example, pretending to be Batman or Wonder Woman allows a toddler to feel brave and invincible, which helps them develop self-confidence.

I think it’s important to allow children to dress up and let their imaginations run wild. You don’t even have to spend a lot of money. You can find inexpensive props at stores, or even around your home. You can also give children some of your things (dresses, ties, shoes, jewelry) to add to their pretend play scenarios.

Of course it’s always nice to have a few key pieces too.

With Frozen being super popular I’m sure there are plenty of little girls who want to pretend that they are Elsa or Anna.

Just Pretend Kids offers a few Frozen-inspired apparel items for the holidays, including a gorgeous Elsa-like dress, wands, tiaras, tutus, wings and super adorable party supplies. You can find plenty of fun pieces on their site that would make great gifts for the holiday season.

FYI.. the last day to place our order in time for Christmas delivery is December 19, 2014.

Just Pretend Kids can be found on all the social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…). All the links are found on the bottom of their home page.


Just Pretend Kids has generously offered to give a lucky reader a beautiful Frozen inspired dress (pictured above). Thank you Just Pretend Kids! The winner can select the size they want.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on December 14, 2014 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win this prize?

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Can a child have too many toys?

Me at Christmas time with some of my new toys.

Me at Christmas time with some of my new toys.

It’s the holiday season. Parents are scrambling to pick up the most sought after toys of the season (no doubt one of the products is related to the movie Frozen). Parents and grandparents will go to great lengths to ensure the child in their life has “the hottest toy.”

I’m a mom. I admit that I always wanted my kids to have great toys for Christmas, but never once did I go out of my way to get the “must have” toy. First and foremost I refuse to stand in long lines or fight people for parking spots at the mall. It’s not worth it. If it’s a toy my child MUST have – eventually – I’ll get it for them when it’s not the holiday season.

I’m guilty of over indulging my kids on toys. More so my daughter (my oldest) then my son. I think it’s a common first time parent “mistake”.

For our daughter’s first Christmas – and even for her first birthday – we gave her A LOT of toys. We wanted to give her everything she’d want or need. But she was one. One year olds don’t need a room full of toys. Not only that they won’t have any recollection of those toys when they are older. It’s kind of sad when you think about it. The only memories your child will have of things like their First Christmas and First Birthday is what they see in photographs.

My son playing with some toy and puzzles at Christmas time.

My son playing with some toy and puzzles at Christmas time.

I was reading an article on Yahoo! Parenting about children and toys. The article is called  Does Your Child Have Too Many Toys? and it’s by Melissa Walker.

In the article the author talks about a play date she went on with her child where the other child had two toys – some blocks and a doll. That might be taking it to the extreme (my diaper bag had more toys in it then that) but having a room full of toys that rival a toy store is also too much. There is a happy medium and it depends on the child.

Growing up my kids were totally different than one another. They still are in a way. My daughter would go from one toy to the next and get easily bored with things. Our son on the other hand had a great assortment of toys but always played with the same few toys. He would literally play with Matchbox/Hot Wheels type cars for HOURS and do nothing more than drive them back and forth on the carpet and park them in different ways.

My son's FAVORITE toy growing up. He took his plush cat "Bear" everywhere we went.

My son’s FAVORITE toy growing up. He took his plush cat “Bear” everywhere we went.

I agree with the article that you need to observe your child and see how they play to adjust accordingly.

I work with little children in a room full of toys. It always amazes me how some children can come in – even when it’s their first time there – and make a bee line to specific toy and play with it the entire time they are with us. Other children go from toy to toy to toy, dumping things out, taking things apart, and then moving on to another toy but not actually playing with them. I’m not sure if they are just overwhelmed or this is how they are at home. They don’t actually play – they just like to create chaos. I’m leaning more towards we have too many toys and they don’t know where to start.

The article also mentions how you should keep play areas simple. It also mentions that you should rotate toys. We used to do that with our kids. We would keep some of their toys and books in the closet and let them play with and read the rest for a few weeks then we’d gradually rotate things around. We would never do all toys and books at once but rather rotate out the toys and books they use the least with different ones. We do the same thing at my job – we rotate toys around whenever possible.

My son could play for HOURS with just a few cars/trucks.

My son could play for HOURS with just a few cars/trucks.

I’m “on the fence” when it comes to the “bells and whistles” toys that the article mentions. While I do see the entertainment and educational value of these toys, I tend to go “old school”. I prefer toys that engage a child’s imagination. I’m not saying that I don’t like educational toys. I do! And my kids had plenty. I’m just saying when it comes to play time I like my kids to have imaginative fun too.

I didn’t have educational toys when I was a little girl, and I certainly didn’t have toys with bells and whistles. I grew up with dolls, plush toys, blocks, cars/trucks and my all time favorite toys – my Fisher Price Little People (the wooden ones!). I also made forts out of blankets and pillows, explored the woods behind my home and spent many hours doing fun things with my cousins like swimming, biking, sledding and plenty of games of “hide and seek”.

Even though I didn’t have educational toys growing up I turned out perfectly OK. In fact I’m very smart. You should see me answer the questions on Jeopardy. :-)

What are YOUR thoughts about toys? Are you a minimalist who feels that children just need a few toys or are you someone who feels that the more toys the better when it comes to your child? Or are you like me and fall some where in between?

There are plenty of great parenting articles found at Yahoo! Parenting.



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Happy 50th Anniversary Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! (Giveaway ends 12/6/14)



Did you know that this year marks the 50th Anniversary of the longest running and highest rated holiday special of all time? That’s right! Rudolph, the most beloved red-nosed reindeer, is celebrating his 50th Anniversary this year.

For me and my family, it’s not really the Christmas season without watching Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

I’ve been enjoying this beloved holiday classic since I was a very little girl. I honestly can’t remember the first time I saw it. All I know is that as soon as it aired on television the holiday season “officially” begun (in my eyes that is).

My dad wasn’t a big fan of the show. He didn’t really like any holiday programming. I think a lot of that had to do with him being raised in an orphanage when he was a little boy. His Christmas was nothing like the Christmases I experienced growing up. I have nothing but happy memories where as I’m sure my dad didn’t have any happy memories. So watching holiday shows like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer didn’t see to phase him much. In fact he grumbled when my mom would tell him to let me watch Rudolph. She knew how much I loved it. The moment it was over he would change the channel.

Even though my dad didn’t enjoy the show, it still brings back happy memories from when I was a child. I would love to sit there and watch it while enjoying a candy cane. Afterwards mom would make me some hot chocolate.

I’m lucky that I married someone who also loves Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer as much as I do. Whenever it’s on TV we have to watch it. We even have it on Blu-ray and DVD so we can watch it a few times during the holiday season (and usually do). We even have A LOT of decorations around our home based on the holiday special including stuffed animals, ornaments, snow globes and figurines.


One of our Rudolph plush toys (we have a few) and a Hermie and Cornelius animated toy.


Some of our Rudolph and friends plush figures.

My husband has a plush Bumble that he loves. It sits on our bed. Once I caught him fast asleep with Bumble in his arms. LOL!


You’d think he’d be embarrassed by this photo – but he’s not. My husband is just a big kid at heart. :-)

This year, in celebration of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer‘s 50th Anniversary many places are having special Rudolph related tie-ins and promotions. For example, the U.S. postal service has issued special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer stamps this year (I need to get some!). There is a collector’s edition DVD available, them park and in-mall entertainment, a stage musical and even a special social media campaign called #ShineBright that celebrates uniqueness in association with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center.

Rudolph Stamps

We also have special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer books, compliments of Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group. The books are from Square Fish which is an imprint of the Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group. They released six new Rudolph themed books including the first graphic novel that stars Rudolph and all his friends, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Island of Misfit Toys by Brendan Deneen.

In addition to this book there is also a beautiful copy of the classic storybook and a My Reader edition specifically made for young readers.

I love the slide-and-find book. I have never seen one done this way before. I have seen pop-up books (there is also a new Rudolph pop-up book). Children can slide these little built in “doors” back and forth to reveal what is behind it. It’s really cute.

Here is some more information about the new Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer books.


Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Classic Story – Deluxe 50th Anniversary Edition for ages 4-8

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: Slide and Find – Board Book for ages 2-4

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: Life-the-Flap – Board Book for ages 2-4

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: Rudolph Saves the Day -Paperback picture book for ages 3-7

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: My Reader – Level 2 Paperback Reader for ages 5-7

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Island of Misfit Toys – Middle-Grade Graphic Novel for ages 7-12

I LOVE the classic book. That is a keeper. I hope to share that book with my grandchildren, and God willing, grandchildren some day. I know some special little children who I am going to give the other books to.

These would make GREAT holiday gifts. The classic book would also make a great gift for an adult who loves the show. It’s a “keepsake” type of book.

If you would like to learn more about the Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group you ca visit their Official Website. You can also follow Macmillan Kids on Twitter. The official hashtag is #Rudolph50.

Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group has generously offered to give a lucky reader all of the new Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer books. 

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on November 30, 2014 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

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A fun new app for children – Little Luna – Big Talent


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It’s amazing how much technology has changed in just a few short years. When my kids were little we had cellphones but not smartphones. You could make phone calls on your cellphone but that was it. Kids could not play games on their parent’s phones back then.

These days there is a wonderful array of kid-friendly, parent-approved educational applications available that children can enjoy on their parents smartphone or a tablet.

I’m a bit jealous in a way. I wish we had these amazing things when I was younger. I would still opt to play outside or with my cousins, but on those rainy or snowy days when I was stuck inside I would have loved to have some fun games to play by myself.

There is a new app from Bastei Entertainment called Little Luna, Big Talent that is worth checking out.

Little Luna Big Talent App

Little Luna, Big Talent is an adorable, interactive game geared towards little ones (3-8). It’s about a little Bombardier Beetle named Luna.

I have never heard of a Bombardier Beetle before so I looked it up. These little beetles have an interesting defense mecchanisim – when they feel threatened their bodies products a noxious gas that they aim towards the predator. In a nutshell they omit a foul-smelling gas from their bodies to defend themselves against enemies. I’m guessing the smell must be pretty bad if it would make a predator flee.

So Little Luna is a beetle that has a foul smelling “gas”. Most parents might be grossed out by the idea, but let’s face it, kids LOVE farts. They find them funny. Admit it, chances are you thought they were funny too when you were little. We’re only human. Except in Luna’s case – she’s a Bombardier Beetle.

Check out this trailer for the Little Luna, Big Talent app from Bastei Entertainment.


I love the graphics. What you see in the trailer is just like what you see in the app.

I think Luna and her family are adorable. I know it sounds odd but I would love to see Little Luna books. I think her character and her family could make for a lot of darling children’s books.

The Little Luna – Big Talent application includes:

- Interactive storybook with games and more!

-Simple navigation for a smooth-running interface.

-Beautifully designed with delightful music to match.

-Timer for parents to monitor a child’s screen time.

-Designed for preschoolers and elementary school aged children.

-Narration in English, Mandarin Chinese, and German.

-No in-app purchases.

As a parent I appreciate that there are no “in-app” purchases. I just had a discussion with my son recently about that. He wanted to make an in-app purchase for a game he enjoys playing and I refuse to spend the extra money on it. I also worry about my kids accidentally clicking on in-app purchases and charge money to our card unknown to us. I wish they didn’t have in-app purchases. That is a feature I really like about this cute game.

As I mentioned before the illustrations/animations are adorable. Even if there are a lot of references to “farts” I didn’t mind. I still found the games to be really cute.

Bastei Entertainment Little Luna

Even though the games are geared towards little children, I found some of them fun as an adult.

There are several mini-games within the application that will keep your child entertained for a long time.

Even though this is considered a “storybook” it’s not one in the true sense of the word. There is no real story. You child can create their own story as they make their way around the app. It’s more about exploring Luna’s world then it is an actual story.

I like the parental control option too. You can control how long your child can play the game. I wouldn’t think this would be needed for very young children, but I guess some do need something like this set up so they don’t spend their entire day on the game.

I’m very impressed by the app. I love the graphics, music, ease of use and parental control. Plus it’s a fun app with a lot of things to see and do in Luna’s world which is sure to keep the little ones fully entertained.

Little Luna – Big Talent is available on iTunes for $2.99.

For more information about  Bastei Entertainment visit BasteiEntertainment.com.

What do you think about Little Luna – Big Talent? Does it look like a game your child or grandchild would enjoy? Feel free to share your thoughts.

Little Luna Big Talent


*I received a free code to download the game for review. Although compensated the opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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