The Big Comfy Couch: Donut Let It Bring You Down and Growing Pains

DVD Release: May 1, 2006
The Big Comfy Couch: Donut Let It Bring You Down and Growing Pains
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Synopsis

“The Big Comfy Couch” is a public television show for preschool to 1st grade children (2 – 6 years old) that features the life of the little girl clown Loonette and her best friend, Molly the Doll, that live on a larger-than-life couch. The show is intended to be educational by preparing the young viewers for real life situations, and to show the importance of dealing with their emotions and abilities.

“The Big Comfy Couch” show features live action, innovative puppetry, original songs and just plain silly fun, all of which cleverly masks an educational focus on social, emotional, and behavioral development. Themes of the show range from self-control; taking responsibility for actions; telling the truth; and overcoming fears; to becoming aware of the body and other movement concepts.

Dove Review

“The Big Comfy Couch” is a fantastic show for your young children. While entertaining children, it will be an educational tool for issues they may face in their everyday lives. The stories in this DVD deal with many situations, from being a good sport and not always being a winner, to taking care of your things, and the stress of thinking about what to be when you grow up.

The colorful clowns, puppets and settings make this wonderfully enjoyable for your little ones. Plus the added parent’s page will help with discussion topics parents can have with youngsters. This is just an incredible educational tool!

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Amity Entertainment
Director: Robert Mills
Genre: Children
Runtime: 40 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe