Thursday, May 5, 2016

Thomas Edison's Secret Lab Review & Giveaway #NCIRCLE





 Have you seen the new show Thomas Edison's Secret Lab? They have recently released the second dvd Rock It To The Moon. Featuring Thomas Edison's secret lab and the virtual version of himself plus Von Blot a steampunk robot - this show is really a neat find! It has a cool throw back cartoon vibe which I totally dig. I also love that they don't shy away from vocabulary. For example one episode the word "prototype" popped up on screen so it was an excellent teaching moment. (I love teaching moments!) Lots of science in this series it is a great addition to our DVD library!








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 Join Angie and friends as they deal with everything from a remote control dance outfit to gravity to moon rocks and more! Hoping to get on a dance show, Von Bolt wears a remote-control dance outfit. But if he let's someone else dance for him, is he really a winner? Next, the Secret Lab Kids are ready to demo their new science song for web entrepreneur, Mook Zookerboom, when he learns that a satellite is coming down out of orbit, panics and heads for the airport. So the team must gather some data on gravity to convince him to return. Then, when Von Bolt accidentally destroys the museum's new moon rock, the Secret Lab Kids must find a way to replace it. Guided by fun-loving Edison, Angie and friends will show kids just how fun science can be!

Episodes:


  • Dancing Machine
  • Murphy's Law of Gravity
  • Rock It To The Moon
  • Act Your Stone Age
  • Von Drop-Out
  • Freaky Furry
  • The Monster Not Under The Bed
  • Nanobots Byte


Visit NCircleEntertainment.com to purchase your copies!







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One lucky reader will win two Thomas Edison's Secret Lab DVDs - Rock It To The Moon and Secret Lab Meeting!




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13 comments:

  1. my grandchildren would be the ones to watch this with me

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  2. My nieces will watch this DVD.

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  3. My daughter will be watching this!
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

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  4. I would watch this with my little nephew he would love it

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  5. me and my son would watch this dvd together

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  6. Ashley Chassereau ParksMay 19, 2016 at 10:38 AM

    My 5 year old and 2 year old would watch the movie! I think they would really like it!

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  7. My 8-year-old daughter and i will watch this movie together during family movie night (now mother-daughter movie night). Thank you for the chance to win it!

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  8. I would watch with my two daughters

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  9. My oldest daughter would love these. It would be for her.

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  10. My daughter would watch it.
    Laurie Emerson

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