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What DVD's for my 2 year old?

Joshanna Avatar
1d, 3w agoPosted 1 decade, 3 weeks ago
So, Xmas is getting ever near :)
His main presents are sorted out (Kids Electric Sit In Car, lucky so and so :giggle: - that thing moves faster than i can walk! ) and a tool work bench thing.

So, now im onto the small presents.

Just been looking for some good dvds for him through HMV.
So far ive got A Bugs Life and Monsters Inc but now im stuck.
Dont wanna pay a fortune for a dvd, so please keep it reasonably priced (£8 max)

Bare in mind also hes only just turned 2 so nothing too interlectual :giggle:
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1d, 3w agoPosted 1 decade, 3 weeks ago
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#1
doesn't he like the preschool stuff on the box
like
lazytown they have a new christmas dvd
tweenies
bob the builder or big cook little cook
my 2 - 3 yr old nephews love big cook little cook
and lazytown
woolies have lots but tend to cost about a tenner but would see whats available
those were the days i used to love watching tweenies with my two lol
#2
Peppa pig is a good one, my boys loved her last year. and the 3 box set was about £13.00.

found it in argos!!!

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0812638.htm
#3
The ice age movies are good. Both movies can be bought for £17.99 but will be cheaper after using a voucher and/or quidco.

http://www.hmv.co.uk/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=285;5;-1;-1&sku=541725&locale=uk
#4
TBH, hes not interested in the telly, doesnt watch any cartoons, really not interested.
Although, if you can find me a dvd full of adverts he'll be hooked (very strange little boy, when the adverts are on he's mesmirized and deaf!)

Just wanna add, the DVDs dont have to be from HMV either :)
#5
#6
Disney Pixar & some Dreamworks DVD's are £6.99 and under at HMV - dont forget your 10% off voucher and 11% Quidco.

I ordered Madagascar £6.49, Finding Nemo £6.99 & Monstres Inc £6.99

just for my own pleasure :D
#7
#8
Oh, and ive just remembered, ive got a boxset on order from play.com (5 dvds in a box set for £4.99 inc casper) that sort of thing is good :)

Doesnt have to be "named" dvds if you know what i mean i.e disney, just some young sort of stuff :)
#9
BECKYBOO


Think i shall purchase that :)
Thanks
#10
Joshanna,

i picked up a load of Mr Men DVD's from ebay last xmas for my lad, he was 2 then and they have an alphabet one and a xmas one, all with singing songs about letters and so on, but he loves them and it helped him understand xmas and father xmas and all that. and learning his letters. he prefers them to all the disney and pixar even now.

like these ones:-

a xmas letter

http://www.hmv.co.uk/hmvweb/advancedSearch.do?searchType=2&pGroupID=5&artist=&title=&catalogue=82904&primaryID=5&tduid=f26502b033072a11a81074ee0062c74d

little learners

http://www.play.com/play247.asp?page=title&r=R2&title=5891&P36=4GMVXM

but his one im sure you could find it really cheap on ebay.
#11
#12
I can make you a dvd of adverts if you like (does he have any favorites ones - pre 9pm :lol: )

And in the spirit of xmas I'll give it him free.

My mum used to stick me in front of a chubby brown video when I was a nipper, kinda explains the reasons I'm so warped lol
#13
MinstrelMan
I can make you a dvd of adverts if you like (does he have any favorites ones - pre 9pm :lol: )

And in the spirit of xmas I'll give it him free.

My mum used to stick me in front of a chubby brown video when I was a nipper, kinda explains the reasons I'm so warped lol


Haha!
Nah, he doesnt have any favourite adverts, he did have one, was ages ago though, i dont know if anyone remembers it, it was "Little Bill" im guessing, was a sainsburys advert for car insurace with a singing bill (reciept), he loved that!

I dont stick him infront of the telly with adverts on :shock: i cant help it :giggle: hes just a strange child :giggle:
#14
landofdan
Joshanna,

i picked up a load of Mr Men DVD's from ebay last xmas for my lad, he was 2 then and they have an alphabet one and a xmas one, all with singing songs about letters and so on, but he loves them and it helped him understand xmas and father xmas and all that. and learning his letters. he prefers them to all the disney and pixar even now.

like these ones:-

a xmas letter

http://www.hmv.co.uk/hmvweb/advancedSearch.do?searchType=2&pGroupID=5&artist=&title=&catalogue=82904&primaryID=5&tduid=f26502b033072a11a81074ee0062c74d

little learners

http://www.play.com/play247.asp?page=title&r=R2&title=5891&P36=4GMVXM

but his one im sure you could find it really cheap on ebay.


Thanks Dan, ill buy the hmv one :)
Any ebay links can be pm'd to me i think, im rubbish as i dont know what im looking for :oops:
#15
Liiiiiiiiiil bill....... lil tiny bill :)

I loved that advert!
#16
MinstrelMan
Liiiiiiiiiil bill....... lil tiny bill :)

I loved that advert!

Yay, someone remembers, sure was little bill :)
#17
yeah it was, I was talking about this the other day when Blur's Coffee and TV video was on VH1 becuase the licing milk carton reminded me of lil bill.
#18
Yay, ive got an avator of the milk carton from the blur video, how sad are we :giggle:
#19
lol i've used that avatar myself....

yes we are sad, you more so though for admitting it first :p lol
#20
admit it though, my avatar made you want to buy monstres inc :lol:
#21
Nah, im just honest :giggle:
#22
MinstrelMan
admit it though, my avatar made you want to buy monstres inc :lol:


Yeah, its true, i do nothing but think of you all day :giggle: :roll:

Nah, its an excellent film :)
#23
Joshanna
i do nothing but think of you all day :giggle: :roll:


You're female.... its only natural *flicks hair back* :giggle:
#24
MinstrelMan
You're female.... its only natural *flicks hair back* :giggle:

Hold on, im just off to get a pin to pop your head :giggle:
#25
:lol:

im not doing that hair flick thing no more, makes me look like a mincer.
#26
MinstrelMan
:lol:

im not doing that hair flick thing no more, makes me look like a mincer.

You said it :giggle:
#27
LOL @ The Mincer!

Some good recommendations from peeps there... :)
#28
I would recommend books instead. Perhaps even interactive books that make noises. Do books first before TV, or your kid won't want to go back to books. We did that with our wee boy and it's worked wonders! Book are better for building attention in the young. If you give your kid a diet of flashing colours and awesome noises he'll be choking down ritalin at the age of 8.

Of course TV can also be good, and I'd recommend anything on CBBC. Believe it or not, Tellytubbies are good and so are Tweenies. Blue's Clues also good.

Just don't get him WWE and stuff like that. I'm constantly amazed how many of my son's friends at school were regularly watching Little Britain etc. in nursery and coming out with things like "I'm the only gay in the village". It's pretty depressing when you think that the future of our society rests with these kids...sigh...
#29
thekanester
I would recommend books instead. Perhaps even interactive books that make noises. Do books first before TV, or your kid won't want to go back to books. We did that with our wee boy and it's worked wonders! Book are better for building attention in the young. If you give your kid a diet of flashing colours and awesome noises he'll be choking down ritalin at the age of 8.

Of course TV can also be good, and I'd recommend anything on CBBC. Believe it or not, Tellytubbies are good and so are Tweenies. Blue's Clues also good.

Just don't get him WWE and stuff like that. I'm constantly amazed how many of my son's friends at school were regularly watching Little Britain etc. in nursery and coming out with things like "I'm the only gay in the village". It's pretty depressing when you think that the future of our society rests with these kids...sigh...


Ive recently purchased over 30 books for him, so dont worry.
Also, ordered a lovely winnie the pooh book box set due to it being posted on here.
#30
My son was 2 on Monday and all he wants to watch now is the 2 Peppa Pig DVD's that his Uncle bought him * snort *

Admittedly, it's the only kids show that I can watch repeatedly without going mad......
#31
Dude1971
My son was 2 on Monday and all he wants to watch now is the 2 Peppa Pig DVD's that his Uncle bought him * snort *

Admittedly, it's the only kids show that I can watch repeatedly without going mad......


I hear you on that one!!!!
:thumbsup:
#32
What about a good old fashioned scooby doo dvd or tom & jerry ?? My kids

love these from when they were very young until now (they are only 4 and 7 still!) and they never tire of them!

Jakers is another good one, its like Peppa Pig u can watch it with them !!
#33
Ok,
Just ordered the dvds, i decided on :

Bugs life @ 5.99
Monsters Inc @ 6.99
Shrek/Madagascar set @ 10.99

All the above prices are HMV :)
Then got myself 2 dvds taking it to over £30 used a £5 discount code, and went through quidco :)
So, all in all paid about £25 for the 6 dvds :)
BARGAIN!

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