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Disney's Learning Adventures - Winnie the Pooh - 123's

4.5 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

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Product Description

Christopher Robin has invited Winnie the Pooh, Roo, and all their friends to a potluck. Each guest must bring 10 things to share at the party — but how many is 10? On Roo's eager quest to find out, he and Tigger discover numbers, counting, and easy memorization techniques. After his remarkable day of learning. Roo will surprise everyone — even himself! — with his special party offering! WINNIE THE POOH 123's is an enriching story that starts with general number concepts and moves toward concrete strategies that children can learn and use. Your preschooler will find learning irresistibly fun with Winnie the Pooh and all his pals in never-before-seen stories developed by Disney and leading educators! Discover Disney Learning Adventures, and give your child the priceless gift of learning that lasts a lifetime.

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In a story both enjoyable and educational, Christopher Robin is having a potluck party and informs his friends that they must each count out 10 items in order to attend. While everyone is busy counting, Pooh and Roo are in a panic--they don't know how to count and time is running out. Not to worry, Owl tells Roo as he gives him a private tutorial, teaching him through song that "Every number has its own name, and each number has to be in the right order." Rabbit joins in with a counting memory game and Tigger lends his talents with the catchy song "Bouncerific." Lots of instruction is packed into this gently paced program, which includes the voice talents of Jim Cummings (as Pooh and Tigger) and is delightfully reminiscent of the earliest Pooh stories. Preschoolers will learn the difference between numbers and letters, be able to identify numbers in everyday life, and learn to count to 10 while recognizing numbers on the screen. (Ages 2 to 6) --Lynn Gibson

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Product Details

  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 12, 2004
  • Run Time: 34 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002J4X0M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,619 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I've searched high and low for counting videos, and this by far is the best one. Rules of counting, sequencing, different names of numbers are all tackled. With the repetition, my son quickly picked up what counting is all about. Though he hasn't started talking yet, i'd often catch him playing counting game. He'd line up his toy cars and start pointing at them with counting aloud in his own words. Everytime he sees roo hopping on the things as he counts, he'd hop, too, with lots of giggles. WE love the COUNTING song as well. It's very catchy and would linger in our tongues even days after the movie. This is his favorite song right now that can even calm him down when he's so fuzzy in the car. Get this you'll never be disappointed. I guarantee it.
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This DVD keeps my 2 year old son's attention from beginning to end. He ask me to watch it every single day. "Mommy, I want Pooh." The only dissapointing matter is that it only goes up to ten. It would have been better if it counted up to twenty.
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My 25 month old surprised me the other day, we were playing with his match box cars and he just started counting them 1-10. WOW, I was so amazed I grabed him, gave him a bug hug and said great job. He's been counting everything since then! This is an awsome DVD, interesting, fun AND educational.
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my 2.5 year old daughter loves this movie! after the disappointing WTP abc dvd i was skeptical but this one was great. i didnt focus on teaching her how to write the letters but it was very informative on counting from 1-10 and i even picked up some great tips for helping her learn how to count while we're spending our day together. great purchase!!!
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this again is a movie for my grandson Joshua to help him learn his 123's. he is doing so well from seeing this movie that his schooling in kindergarten once he attends will help him have a great start while he is in pre-school! he loves it so i do to! Thanks again Amazon Pam
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This DVD comes with a few episodes and bonus features. Pooh is a great learning tool, because he keeps kids' attention. However, these episodes, though they have numbers and counting, focus more on the plot of the episode than other DVDs with counting discussions and songs from start-to-finish. I am glad I purchased this used, since it has less learning potential than I assumed.
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Thank you Soccer mom, your review sums up my problems with this video perfectly. I wish I'd read it, and only it, before I bought this. I'm reposting it here, because it's exactly my sentiments.
I'm so annoyed, because my 4 year old who could easily count to ten, now often counts in the 'disorder' that Roo was doing when he'd 'forget'. She doesn't understand it isn't correct, she's just memorizing the movie lines.

Education sacrificed for entertainment., April 10, 2006
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The story line is too distracting for children to learn anything.

The only children wh would benefit frim this video are children who already know how to count.

This video isn't repetative enough teach 2 through 5 year olds how to recognize numbers.

The parts when the character "Roo" gets confuses and counts in "disorder" can easily confuse a child just learning how to count and works against parents who count before this video.

This video is for entertainment only. It sacrifices learning opportunities for a story line. It will not teach 2 to 5 year old children to recognize numbers and may confuse children who already know how to verbally count.

I am very disapointed with this video. You'd think a company as large a Disney would hire someone who knows something about teaching preschoolers as consultants.
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My daughter LOVES this DVD. She will pull it out and say "watch counting" and she is only 18 months old. She loves having all the characters and the songs are great especially owl's song. We will be riding in the car and we will sing his song over and over agian.

The repetition is great for learing numbers. And the fact that it gose over basic number rules like; ever number has a name and they are in the same order ever time.

This will be a favorite for many years to come :)
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