Nickelodeon Releases Max and Ruby & Blaze of Glory On February 17th, 2015

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There is no hiding that we normally always have the tv on at our house.  Not that we are watching it, but just for noise.  It has been that way as long as I can remember and I guess some things will never change.  Since we have that background noise, we learn of new shows from time to time... One show being the latest "Blaze and the Monster Machines" Broxton LOVES it and I thought it was pretty neat that it was discussing the whole "STEM" education (that we just recently learned about with him being in school - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)  Broxton really gets into watching this show and I can not wait to surprise him with the latest --- a Mini-Movie!   Nickelodeon is also releasing a new Max and Ruby DVD.  We have never got into this show before and I honestly don't know if we have ever even watched an episode.  (Although I have heard great things, just can't personally give my opinion!)  Both of these DVD's will be available February 17th, perfect for any Easter Baskets you might be working on!
The Max & Ruby: Sweet Siblings DVD includes the following episodes:·       “Max Says Hello” - Ruby needs to prepare her tea party, but Max is too busy saying "hello" to all his toys to help out.
·       “Ruby’s Spa Day” - Ruby and Louise try to have a relaxing spa day but Max insists upon playing his noisy new drum.
·       “Ruby’s Tai Chi” - Max’s toys interfere with Ruby and her friends practicing their Tai Chi routine
·       “Engineer Max” - Ruby wants to get Max to Grandma’s house for a special surprise, but Max just wants to ride on the toy train at the store.
·       “Max’s Toy Train” - Ruby wants to get ready for a sleepover at Grandma’s, but Max just wants to play with his new train.
·       “Max’s Train Ride” - Ruby wants to have a very special dolly tea party with Grandma, but Max wants to go for a train ride.
·       “Max and Ruby’s Train Trip” - Max can’t wait to ride on a train, but Ruby knows you have to get on the right train at the right time.
·       “Go To Sleep Max” - Ruby wants to go to sleep in their sleeper car. But Max just wants to stay up.
·       “Conductor Max” - Ruby wants to give Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate a card, but Max is intrigued with the conductor’s hat.
·       “Space Bunny” - Ruby wants to make a scrapbook for Grandma while Max is acting out the adventures of “Space Bunny!”
·       “Max’s Sprinkler” - Ruby wants to have a perfect Summer Fashion Party, but Max is intent on playing with the sprinkler.
·       “Max’s Pogo Stick” - Ruby wants to surprise Grandma by planting daisies in her garden, while Max is trying to learn how to hop on a pogo stick.
About Blaze and The Monster MachinesIn Blaze and the Monster Machines, monster truck Blaze and his driver AJ have adventures that explore the physics of how things move; tackle problems through scientific inquiry and mathematics; and discover the parts needed to make everyday technologies work.   Each action-packed episode is filled with monster trucks, physical humor and upbeat original songs with lyrics that highlight a STEM concept such as adhesion, friction, force, trajectory and magnetism..
Blaze and the Monster Machines: Blaze of Glory DVD includes:
“Blaze of Glory” –  - Blaze and AJ are introduced to a world of racing monster machines in the town of Axle City.  When Crusher, a troublemaker truck, uses his dirty tricks to try to win the championship race, Blaze does everything he can to help his friends and beat him to the finish line.
“The Driving Force” (Bonus Episode)  - When Starla, the friendly cowgirl truck, loses one of her pistons Blaze and AJ set out to get it back. But they’ll have to hurry before Crusher gets his greedy tires on it/

Comments

  1. I can still hear Max and Ruby in my head.
    I did love watching it too :)

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  2. I like Max & Ruby. It was on TV the other day and I may or may not have squealed. ;)

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  3. My kids do not like Max and Ruby but the like watching Blaze. Even my 6.5 yr old with watch Blaze with my daughter. DVD's are always great on long car rides!! - Sadie K.

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  4. We love both of these shows in our house!

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