Explore, Rescue, Protect!
The Octonauts are a team of brave animals who teach children about marine life! Learn about fish, red rock crabs, and more with this awesome 12 episode DVD!
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We Love Marine Life!
Really, Bruce loves all animals, but is the most engaged with anything from the ocean! The Octonauts is a fun children’s series, all about a team of undersea explorers. Lead by Captain Barnacles, these underwater adventurers seek out aquatic animals to learn about, and even rescue a few along the way!
The Octonauts: 12 Rescue Missions, has highly engaging story lines that even parents can enjoy. At the end of each adventure, once every animal is saved, the Octonauts join for a dance breakdown of facts about the episode’s featured marine animal. These “creature reports” also include real-life footage of the featured animal, which adds to the educational factor of the show!
Honestly, the first time I watched this, I was reminded of Star Trek. It’s kinda the same premise. But basically, animals underwater exploring other animals. Nonetheless, we love this series’ informational, and entertaining approach to learning! It’s a really fun show, and even my husband and I catch ourselves noticing all these things even we didn’t know about some of the creatures featured!
This particular DVD contains 12 episodes feature the Red Rock Crab, the Harbor Seal, Pelicans, and a list of other sea animals! if you’ve never watched this series before, this DVD is the best way to start!
Buy The Octonauts 12 Rescue Missions
You can find The Octonauts 12 Rescue Missions DVD available by NCircleEntertaiment, as well as a host of other educational DVDs! (check out the review we recently did for Dino Dan!)
We are so happy to host a giveaway for this awesome DVD. This giveaway will end June 6th at Midnight, EST. You must be 18 to enter and within the US.
Does your child love marine animals? Have you watched the Octonauts? let me know in the comments below!