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The Magic Key: The Complete Collection + Quidco - £4.99 @ PLAY.COM

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Based on the Oxford Reading Tree, The Magic Key features the characters from the original books in a series of animated programmes designed to educate and entertain your children. Join Kipper, Biff…
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Based on the Oxford Reading Tree, The Magic Key features the characters from the original books in a series of animated programmes designed to educate and entertain your children.

Join Kipper, Biff, Chip and their friends, Wilf and Wilma, along with Floppy the dog as they take you off on fantastic adventures in far off lands! This amazing collection brings all 26 episodes of The Magic Key to DVD on one collection for the first time. Boasting an amazing 6 hour running time this collection is bound to be a favourite you and your child will return to again and again!

Episodes Comprise:

1. HMS Sweet Tooth
2. Lug and the Giant Storks
3. The Rook King
4. Clutterland Band
5. Troll Talk
6. The Patchworker
7. Code Calling
8. Zandoodle and the Wheezlebang
9. Biff of the Jungle
10. Nadim's Machine
11. The Flying Circus
12. Fraser The Eraser
13. The Anneena Academy
14. Dragon Land
15. The Queen of Hearts
16. Floppy and the Puppies
17. The Giant and the Knee Nibblers
18. The Cream Cake Mystery
19. Master Hansel and Miss Gretel
20. The Sound Monster
21. Tumbleweed Desert
22. The Stone of Contentment
23. The Demon Drill
24. Fabulous Fancy Foods
25. The Fountain of Youth
26. Underwater World
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#1
http://images.play.com/covers/1032651x.jpg

This is a bargain this, i know there is a 1-2 week wait but for £4.99 this is a must have as the children read these books at school :)
#2
Why the cold votes :roll:
#3
My little one is reading these books at school now; ordered. Thanks OP.
#4
I think this is more than double this price anywere else
#5
I got this for my 5 year old when it was posted last year and he loves it ..... he is also reading these books at school :)
#6
Definitely hot from me!
#7
Did everyone else get 'out of stock' on the checkout page? I presumed this was because of the 1-2 week wait... hope they don't cancel.
#8
r&r'smom
Did everyone else get 'out of stock' on the checkout page? I presumed this was because of the 1-2 week wait... hope they don't cancel.


When it come back into stock they will send it at £4.99 or less :)
#9
I've got some of these on Video! My daughter (now 8) had them when she was 4 or 5 and both her and my 5 year old son love these stories.
#10
£4.98 @ Amazon - who are also out of stock, but taking orders............

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000GQML0U/findhotelinth-21
#11
Oxford *reading* tree?

Hey, but why get kids to read the books when they can watch the DVD?
#12
asm80
Oxford *reading* tree?

Hey, but why get kids to read the books when they can watch the DVD?


They love both the books and the dvd as they are fun and a good read and watch :thumbsup:
#13
I encouraged my son to watch the dvd so he could get to know the characters a bit better and be able to read it to himself using there voices .... if that makes sense ..... worked anyway :) *shrugs*
#14
These bring back some memories! They were great at school!
#15
asm80
Oxford *reading* tree?

Hey, but why get kids to read the books when they can watch the DVD?


Because we live in a multimedia world? Watching doesn't diminish most childrens desire to read and DVDs aren't always available eg. travelling.

The past week I helped a friends child to make a stop motion film as part of their Easter homework, I'd have loved to do such things when I was their age.
#16
Tenex
Because we live in a multimedia world? Watching doesn't diminish most childrens desire to read and DVDs aren't always available eg. travelling.

The past week I helped a friends child to make a stop motion film as part of their Easter homework, I'd have loved to do such things when I was their age.


Yes, but.

Children NEED literacy. There are thousands of DVDs. Fortunately books like the ORP have begun to get children reading again.

Multimedia is fine - but literacy is vital. As for travelling, why not get them conversing with mum and dad in the car, rather than sticking on a DVD?
#17
asm80
Yes, but.

Children NEED literacy. There are thousands of DVDs. Fortunately books like the ORP have begun to get children reading again.

Multimedia is fine - but literacy is vital. As for travelling, why not get them conversing with mum and dad in the car, rather than sticking on a DVD?


I think you misunderstood I'm not suggesting using a DVD in a car. My personal experience is that nothing gets in the way of reading with my child, are yours different?
#18
guv
Jeez. Thats a good deal! I'm sure we were paying £3.99 for each book!


This is a dvd .
#19
Great find, My daughters love them.
#20
asm80
Yes, but.

Children NEED literacy. There are thousands of DVDs. Fortunately books like the ORP have begun to get children reading again.

Multimedia is fine - but literacy is vital. As for travelling, why not get them conversing with mum and dad in the car, rather than sticking on a DVD?


I have worked in many primary schools who have used these videos/dvds as part of the literacy hour to supplement the use of the reading scheme. Not all children learn to read in the same way and the use of these cartoons has helped their reading skills overall, not hindered them.
#21
email from Play saying order posted!!

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