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John Deere Fun on the Farm Part 2 DVD 4 of 5 (2)

John Deere Fun on the Farm Part 2 DVD TM Books and Video JDFUN2 780484961317
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This second part of the popular preschool series, Fun on the Farm, makes learning fun. See how big farm tractors plow, plant, and cultivate. Then the busy combines harvest. Have fun playing the counting, alphabet and cloud games. Learn about colors and shapes then draw a barn and a tractor.

We visit Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana, where ice cream and cheese are made from the milk of dairy cows, and we visit the birthing barn. See jobs tractors do with different implements, and watch little seeds grow into vegetables.

Fun farm action - milking cows, cutting hay, plowing, planting, cultivating, harvesting, big tractors, combines, and baby animals. Sing-along and smile to our favorite singer/songwriter James Coffey's eight new songs.

John Deere Fun on the Farm, Part 2 will captivate and educate. Don't miss it!

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Runtime:33 Mins
Producer:TM Books and Video
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
DVD UPC:780484961317
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

(minnesota) on .

People who found this review helpful: 1

  •  4 of 5

This video is part two in the JD preschool farm series. We had part one already, which our two and a half year old, tech savvy granddaughter really enjoyed. The first time she viewed this one, she seemed a little disinterested. The second time through, she was very much engaged with it. Go figure. My husband, who grew up on a farm, likes them as well. Both videos in the series are fun and age appropriate. Lots of farm animals and machinery in the videos. We would purchase them again. We plan on trying the JD farm kid series next (4 part).

Additional remarks by Rosemary:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Yes.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Good Value
Recommend to others? Yes.

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  •  4 of 5

In this 2011 Sequel, Belle Cow takes over the hosting Duties, as she watches Zoe & Dax putting a puzzle together, plus Jim Sings Down on Grandpa's Farm, with cows, kittens, and tractors. After that, We made a visit to Fair Oaks Farms which is located somewhere in Northwestern Indiana. which includes a theater, an Ice Cream Factory, A Cheese Factory, and I think it holds the world record for most cows on one farm. The answer? 30,000 cows! We also met Charlie the Black Cockapoo, and an animated Border Collie named Moe. Plus Jim sings and Plays the letter of the Alphabet Game where it is Basically them bones but with John Deere Words. And we see how the kids are doing with the puzzles, plus part 2 of the Fair Oaks Farms as we witnessed some of the 30,000 cows taking a spin on the Milking Carousel. Fact Alert: in order to give out 10 gallons of milk, they have to squeeze their own udders 3 times a day. Let's do a little Multiplication math: 32,000 cows have to squirt 10 gallons a day, so all together, they made 320,000 gallons of milk per day. Next we play the Cloud Game, and visit sunshine the pony's first birthday, and say hello Raynee the little foal with Jim Singing the Bear went over the mountain with horse words. Plus say hello to Sunshine's Friends Summer & Lucy. After That, Moe talks about all different kinds of bugs even how tractors spray the little pests away. Plus Jim sings There ain't no bugs on me. After that, we did some coloring fun with Belle, and Jim Sings Do you See the Colors of the world with Maria the Spanish Speaking only girl. We get to see how Zoe & Dax are doing with their tractor Puzzle. Plus Moe Talks about Hay. Next we meet Speedy the turtle with the Lone ranger tune from Lionel Nation part 6 with Jim Singing the song. After that, Moe Talks about Combines. Next Belle talks about Corn and how they were planted with peppers, Tomatoes, lettuce, and Green Beans With Jim Singing I'm a little seed. Next Belle Talks about Shapes as we see whats inside and outside the house, plus a look at a stop sign, and learn how to draw a JD Tractor, and a barn. Plus Part 3 of the Fair Oaks Farms where we see the calves being born which includes a male named Winchester trying to stand on his own 4 hooves. Finally we made a visit to the cheese factory, and play the cloud game one last time. Plus Moe Talks About what Tractors Do Besides Farming. Oh and Before we head for the Closing Credits, Zoe & Dax Have Finished Putting the Puzzle together. Speaking of Credits, Belle is Voiced By Jasmine Lake, and Moe is Voiced by John Pelligrini, Surprisingly, some of the instrumental songs are composed by Gene Michael Productions which is known for being used on almost each and every Vintage Silent Steam Film From Greg Scholl. Now before I go to the Recommendations. Here's a negative thing about this. When this was sown on Amazon instant prime on the go video service, there have been some screen gliches causing the sound to be 3 seconds out of sync.

So In Conclusion, would I recommend this to Daycare Children & TMBV Collectors? Well... I have 2 answers. I'll say Yes to the DVD Version, and No the the Amazon on the go version. But at least they are intersting to learn from TM More often than Sesame Street's Quarter of a Billion Viewed Episodes of Elmo's World on Youtube, Christina Miller's Teen Titans Go Network, and Sharon Miller's Thomas the tank engine stories.

Additional remarks by Steamboy:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Maybe.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Excellent Value!
Recommend to others? Yes.

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