Strawberry Shortcake: Puttin on the Glitz
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creates problems.She and her salon customers learn sometimes a personal touch is the best.
The second episode shows that there are reasons for rules,but rules must be reasonable.
Lastly Glamicures teaches that sometimes you must tell others if something is not quite right,even if you're afraid of hurting their
01. "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow" (October 15, 2010) - Lemon orders a new high-tech machine to do salon service faster, but then worries she is no longer needed.
02. "Too Cool For Rules" (October 22, 2010) - Plum implements some wacky rules at her studio to prove that rules are silly.
03. "Nice As Nails" (November 9, 2010) - Lemon creates Glamicures, but the girls begin to dislike them.
Anyway this is a nice little DVD for the kids or for anyone who grew up with Strawberry Shortcake and is in a nostalgic mood. First and foremost the stories are fun, featuring the girls goofing around, working, having fun with fashions and manicures and just enjoying each other's company. As a bonus you get a few "lessons" which reinforce good social behavior, honesty and even the benefits of honest work. I was especially impressed with the story about the girl who had a machine that would do all her manicure work for her, leaving her more time to laze around. In the end she learned that having a meaningful job is more fulfilling than having a lot of empty leisure time. Work (i.e. your chores) doesn't have to be a bad thing especially if you have a good attitude and look for the fun in what you're doing. It really emphasizes the importance of friendship and how friends can resolve issues and still be friends.
Some shows for kids are fun and some try to send a message but are unfortunately deadly dull. This Strawberry Shortcake DVD combines fun with a decent little message or two. I love it for kids and while I think that little girls will enjoy it the most there is no reason why little boys can't watch it either. (Although they'd probably rather watch Transformers)
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This is a very cute and colorful movie , Strawberry and her Friends are so Cute in every movie . I love watching Strawberry Shortcake with my Granddaughter and YES ! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dana Brooks
Strawberry Shortcake movies are great for young girls to teach about sharing and caring!Published 6 months ago by Tara Houser
A must for any little girl who loves Strawberry Shortcake and dressing up!Published 16 months ago by Christy S.