Episodes included on this dvd :
The Action Elves Save ChristmasIt’s Christmas Eve and Santa’s Magic Sack is missing. This sounds like a job for Santa’s Action Elves! Tasha, Uniqua, and Pablo are the stealthiest elves around. Are they crafty enough to get past the Abominable Brothers?
Music Genre: Memphis Soul (Stax-Volt)
Pablo and the AcornsThe Acorns (Tasha, Tyrone, and Austin) are kindly Scouts who value outdoor adventure and helping those in need. But they are put to the ultimate challenge when they try to help Pablo, an evil dictator from outer space.
Music Genre: Society Band
The Big Dipper Diner Waitress Uniqua and Cook Pablo meet their hungriest customer yet when Hugs, a sweet little space alien, drops into their space diner. But an almost identical space alien, the Blarg, is also in the neighborhood shrinking things!
Music Genre: Hootenanny
The Amazing Splashinis The Amazing Splashinis (Uniqua, Tyrone, and Pablo) astound with their incredible synchronized dives. But practicing their latest dive becomes close to impossible when they discover a Sea Monster in the pool.
Music Genre: Balalaika Orchestra
We especially loved The Action Elves Save Christmas, which by the way only fueled Connor's already constant asking about when Christmas will be and when is Santa coming to see him again. heh. The Backyardigans must find Santa's missing magical Christmas sack! Without it Santa won't have any toys to deliver but the Abdominal Brothers make retrieving it a little tricky for the Backyardigan friends.
I know I've said it before but I'll say it again, what we really really love about the Backyardigans is the fact that they introduce kids to types of music that otherwise they might not have experienced as well as foster creativity and imagination!
The Backyardigans : Christmas With the Backyardigans is available right now on DVD and you can pick up your copy on Amazon!
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