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Saturday, July 12, 2014

3 Winners Sesame Street: Learning Rocks Giveaway

Disclosure: Sponsor supplied information and giveaway for readers. Sample DVD will be sent to my family. No compensation was received. 



Sesame Street is still rocking on, now in its 44th season. The beloved character Elmo and his friends learn problem solving skills through music. Home Entertainment and Sesame Workshop release Sesame Street Learning Rocks on DVD and digital July 22, 2014 for $14.98/$9.99 SRP. Special Celebrity Appearances by Run DMC, Anna Faris, Dax Shepard, Michael McKean and Donald Glover
When famous rocker Virgil Von Vivaldi (Michael McKean, playing a spoof of his This Is Spinal Tap character) shows up on Sesame Street, it is up to Elmo, Abby, Zoe and friends to use their creativity to make a new rock band for Virgil.  The catch?  Virgil’s wants his “rock” band to be made entirely out of rocks!  Elmo and friends take on this fun challenge and set out on a quest to find the perfect rocks for Virgil.  They identify each rock they come across and study its characteristics to decide how it can be best used in the band.  First, they find a tiny pebble that they realize is too light to be the lead singer, but can be the tambourine player instead.  Elmo then spots a heavy rock that he determines will play the gong.  Zoe then meets Rocco, whom she identifies as a basalt rock, a type of igneous rock that was formed by a volcano.  Because basalt rocks have many holes, he too cannot be the lead singer, but can be the bass player.  Next, Elmo finds a limestone with fossils in it that will be the flute player.  Zoe finds a shiny rock called obsidian that can play the oboe. Then, Abby finds marble that is sparkly and colorful and can play the mandolin.  Still in search of a lead singer, Abby changes Vergil into a smooth, sparkly rock called a gem.  With all the pieces in place, it is finally time to rock on!
The DVD includes another full episode that features Donald Glover, who plays the rock star LMNOP (a spoof of the musical duo LFMAO), who is set to perform on Sesame Street, only to discover that he has lost all of his music equipment. Telly and friends must work fast to create replacements in time for his big show.  And, if it couldn’t get any better, in addition to two full episodes, Sesame Street: Learning Rocks includes a bonus story where Elmo discovers a grasshopper and rapper Rev Run (from Run DMC) show it how to “hop this way.” Other special features include appearances from actress Anna Faris actor Dax Shepard, as well as bonus segments “Abby’s Flying Fairy School” and “Elmo The Musical.”

Sesame Workshop is the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, the landmark television program that reaches millions of children every day in more than 150 countries. The Workshop’s mission is to use the educational power of media to help children everywhere reach their highest potential. Delivered through a variety of platforms, Sesame Workshop develops research-based content – including television programs, books, games, mobile apps and community engagement initiatives – that supports early childhood learning, helps prepare children for school, and addresses developmental needs. The Workshop’s programs are tailored to the needs of specific regions and focus on topics that help young children and families develop critical skills for lifelong learning. For more information, visit us at www.sesameworkshop.org.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) brings together Warner Bros. Entertainment's home video, digital distribution, interactive entertainment, technical operations and anti-piracy businesses in order to maximize current and next-generation distribution scenarios. An industry leader since its inception, WBHE oversees the global distribution of content through packaged goods (Blu-ray Disc™ and DVD) and digital media in the form of electronic sell-through and video-on-demand via cable, satellite, online and mobile channels, and is a significant developer and publisher for console and online video game titles worldwide. WBHE distributes its product through third party retail partners and licensees, as well as directly to consumers through WBShop.com.

Thanks to our sponsors 3 lucky US winners will win Sesame Street: Learning Rocks DVD. 

Disclosure: All information & giveaway supplied by DKC Public Relations, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Inc. & Sesame Workshop. no compensation was received. 

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21 comments:

Janet W. said...

Elmo is our favorite character!

Nancy said...

Sesame Street is such a wonderful who for children. It also has moments of humor that adults an enjoy too. My favorite character is Big Bird.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Melinda Stephens said...

My son loves Elmo.

Melinda Stephens said...

My son loves Elmo. I prefer Bert and Ernie.

Melinda Stephens said...

My son loves the songs they sing. His favorite is when they sing the ABCs.

Janet W. said...

My grandson loves when Elmo sings Elmo's Song.

Melinda Stephens said...

If I won, I would give it to my son. He's just started to get interested in watching Sesame street over the past couple of months.

cheryl c said...

My kids loved Sesame Street growing up. It was a fun way for them to learn basic skills like letters and numbers.

Janet W. said...

My favorite was when Bruno Mars made a guest appearance and did a song. My grandson loves that video on YouTube.

Jan Lee said...

My great niece is in love with Elmo and Abby Cadabby, lol She would love this DVD for sure :)

cheryl c said...

We really like Elmo and Grover. They are sweet and funny.

cheryl c said...

As a mom and a teacher, I like that a show can be entertaining and educational.

Nikki Mather said...

My Son loves his Sesame Street, especially Elmo. He Has his "guys" in his crib: Elmo, Big Bird, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, & Count.

cheryl c said...

When my kids were little, we took them to Sesame Street Live. Family fun!

cheryl c said...

If I win this dvd, I will keep it for myself to show my grandkids when they are visiting. I know they will love SS as much as their parents did.

cheryl c said...

I am pleased that Sesame Street is such a long-lasting show that adapts with the times. Great for my kids and grandkids.

Jayme H. said...

My son has started saying the names of the Muppets now. He has begun to really like Murray now. It's fun to see his preferences develop!

Thanks!

laurasloves said...

If I win this it would be for my son and daughter who both love Sesame Street. My son loves Elmo and my daughter loves Cookie Monster. They have learned how to count and their alphabet from this show and even how to speak another language.
Laurie Emerson
lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

cynthia painter said...

My daughter will love watching sesame street!

lisamercy said...

My 1.5 year old loves Elmo!

Donna M. Clark said...

I used to watch Sesame Street when I was a child. My favorite character was always Cookie Monster.