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  • Format: Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: July 19 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B004YK29BK

Product Description

Discover reading fun with 12 sing-along stories starring the Us band! Let reading take center stage with Al, Og, Meg, Izzy and Gus! Sing, laugh and learn about vowels with these animated tales Us - and you!

Features include:

•MPAA Rating: NR
•Format: DVD
•Runtime: 32 minutes

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By Arriesta on Jan. 11 2012
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We have all the Leapfrog movies and they are all great except for this one. It holds very little interest for children, the characters are ridiculous and my child has learns so much more from the other movies than this one. Not worth it. But the others are great.
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Amazon.com: 44 reviews
31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Another Learning Hit From Leap Frog July 20 2011
By Colleen D. Gallagher - Published on Amazon.com
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If you have some of the other Leap Frog videos and think that the characters on this will be similar to Tad found in LeapFrog Leapster¸ Educational Video: The Letter Factory, you would be wrong. This video is totally different than the originals. I suggest getting LeapFrog Leapster¸ Educational Video: The Letter Factory first and then purchasing this video. The Letter Factory focuses on Letters and the sounds they make. The Letter Factory is the best DVD for teaching your kids what pre-phonics skills, in my opinion. Sing and Learn with us is a nice DVD to show once the Letter FActory has been viewed.

Sing and Learn with us includes new characters; Al, Og, Meg, Izzy and Gus. These toe-tapping characters perform 12 animated sing-along shorts focusing on developmental reading skills; such as, short vowels, phonics skills (word building) and comprehension - skills perfect for the preschool to first grade crowd. Great for those kiddos that have some knowledge of the sounds letters make and who are ready to start building CVC words. The music included is fun and catchy, and it's easy for kids to follow along on the screen with the words being highlighted as you go. It is nice to always see all the words on the bottom of the screen. A beginning reader can follow along and read while watching. My Pre-K child enjoyed the DVD very much. It is 30 minutes and it seems to cover enough material without overwhelming the child with too much details.

The DVD also doubles as a DVD-ROM, where if you put the DVD into your computer drive, you'll be able to access 12 printable sing-along storybooks and 3 printable coloring sheets too! The activities are a perfect way to continue learning and having fun!!!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Top rated teaching tool Jan. 27 2012
By R. Joseph - Published on Amazon.com
My 3 year old niece, thanks to her Dad is an avid Leap frog collector and quite a fanatic. So much so she has her personal DVD player to view them.
From an adult perspective, I have seen the progress of my niece with the way she expresses herself and of course the basic education she is gaining.
As a parent myself, I recommend that you spend time with your child while viewing these programs. Whilst they are pitched for the child to view alone I always believe in parents being part of the learning process.
If you are considering this purchase, take a look at it first and determine if your child is ready for it. We purchased over 8 of the Leapfrog learning DVDs and no regrets thus far.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Don't exoect it to be like the other DVDs and you will be better off Feb. 3 2014
By Avalongirl - Published on Amazon.com
My son didn't have any experience with Leapfrog DVDs and characters when we bought this DVD so I think it helped with his not being disappointed. Think of this more like a phonics/reading chapter of a School House Rock kind of video. It isn't really a story, its 12 songs that cover all of the vowel sounds (short a, long a, etc). When we bought this, we bought the books and DVD pack. As my son read the books, we would watch the DVDs. This helped him gain mastery of the different vowel sounds and he loved the catchy music.

To avoid some of the disappointment others feel, realize this is not a Tad, Lilly and the gang show. This is also NOT a story DVD. This is a sing along DVD. That's it. It has books you learn to read and sing alongs that go with it. We started my son on this after knowing the letters and while learning the sounds they make. He was 4. He is almost 6 and he still loves it (the way we all love nostalgic things from our past).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
it's nice. Feb. 16 2013
By Shiho Shinozuka - Published on Amazon.com
one year old and a three year old child are watching it well every day.
It is a terribly good DVD.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
After the alphabet.. then this! Aug. 3 2013
By Φειδιππιδης 26.2 - Published on Amazon.com
My 2 1/2 yr old has known his alphabet for some time. I have been trying to figure out how to advance from that point, and came across this video. It is superb. Why? Because the version I have has captions on the bottom in English that he can read along with. It has short little dance and song clips with lots of simple words, mostly rhyming. It's a lot of fun and keeps his attention. But not just limited to using words, this includes contextual clues, and several different definitions. For example "Dig" as in "digging with a rig" (digging with a large digger truck) and "dig" in the groovy sense as in "liking something a lot" (a dancing pig that looks like elvis). Thru repetition and tone variance this is a great way to show kids sounds and words so that they gather new comprehension of words, as well as how to spell them. the words are generally simple enough for kids that age to understand already, or have come into contact, so they aren't complicated or foreign concepts at all.

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