The exciting John Deere action and fun continues. We visit the Threshermen & Collectors show in Iowa where over 300 Johnny Poppers are on display. Plus, old-time stream tractors and thrashing machines. Then to the Northwest to see feller bunchers, knockleboom loaders, and log harvesters in action. Also, new John Deere tractors, graders, skid steers, and front-end loaders. Five new songs by James Coffey, and you'll laugh again with jam-prone Otto. Kids will learn, laugh, and want more. Grown-ups, too. If you enjoyed the first two shows in our John Deere series, you'll love Part 3.
”He loves this one as much as he does volumes 4-6. The whole family learns lots from these movies, and I just know ds will be watching them even longer than the Thomas movies. He's getting Toy Trains & Christmas (Vol 1, 2, 3) on dvd from the same company for Christmas.” Diehard fan! (Powell, Ohio)
“My two sons (3 1/2 and 19 months) love this video along with the first 2 in the series. My younger son does not talk very much but he can say "John Deere" and will even point to them on the road. The video is very informative and even the adults I've shown it to have been interested. This video focuses on logging trucks, road graders, the first John Deere car, and much more. The songs are very catchy (we also have the CD for the series)and are very original. I would recommend this video for any child who is interested in farm equipment or big trucks in general!” E. Robinson "btabor-robinson" (North Kingstown, RI)
”My 2.5 year old loves this DVD and I actually enjoyed watching it with him too. He loves all the real footage of tractors and heavy equipment at work and I enjoyed learning a bit about the history of John Deere and the variety of equipment they manufacture. It's narrated by a young man (maybe 12 years old?) who does a really nice job and the musical score is catchy too. Definitely a good addition to our DVD collection. Also appreciated that they put all the previews for their other volumes at the END of the movie, just a nice touch.” nantyp "Erin" (San Mateo, CA)
“My son who is 2 loves all of the John Deere for Kids movies. These movies actually hold his attention for the entire video. My Dad and my husband will watch them with Owen because they are entertaining for adults too. We own all of the John Deere for Kids movies and can't wait for the next one. .” Shandra Crouch (Olathe, Kansas)
”My son LOVES these video's. He knows all about every JD tractor ever made. He watches them for hours and hours on end and learns something new everytime. He will spot a tractor on the road and will name it everytime. This is a great learning tool-not to mention when riding in the car he is so excitied about seeing "large machines" as he sometimes calls them!” G. Hamrick (AR)
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Steamboy (Revere MA US) on 2017-11-09 07:22:01.
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In part 3, which was the very first all about John Deere video narrated by Jeff McComas, there is a visit to the Thresherman & collector's show in Albert City Iowa, which includes steam powered tractors and sawmills, to today's John Deere Style and Unstyle tractors, Bottom plows, the poppers, and the Model D's. Plus at the end of the day, the show performs a fantastic parade. An educational segment on Vintage Automobiles is also included. Plus a James Coffey song: A field that I can Tend. An educational segment on how John deere played a big role in helping out in the forest is also shown, with a visit to western canada in the british columbia region. A silly Otto segment where he doesn't know the difference between the words east and west. A James Coffey song: Watch those Tractors Get 'er done. Plus an educational segment on how JD played a huge role in road construction, as well as tearing down old houses and build new ones. A Silly Otto Segment where he got the load in the wrong dump truck, and some details about JD plows. Finally another game of Real or Toy is shown.
Would I recommend this to Kids of all ages? YES! And its also fun to learn from TMBV more often than watching Sesame Street's Quarter of A Billion Viewed Episodes of Elmo's World on Youtube.
Additional remarks by Steamboy: Narration:Just enough. Would kids enjoy this?Yes. Image quality:Excellent! DVD Value:Excellent Value! Recommend to others?A "Must Have"!