DVD Review: “Sid the Science Kid: Weather Kid Sid”



Sid the Science Kid:  Weather Kid Sid

DVD Release Date: May 4, 2010
Run Time: 115 minutes
ABOUT THE DVD:
Rain, rain, go away; Sid the Science Kid wants to play! Sid s not too happy when rain threatens to squash his play date outside. But the more Sid learns about the rain, the more he understands how important precipitation is. In fact Sid is learning about all kinds of weather patterns and how it affects our world. At school Sid studies the sun and how it lights up our world. At home, Sid s family visits relatives where it s really chilly. Brrrr! It s cold in here… Sid hits the science lab to discover that wind, rain and sun can be fascinating and fun!
Four episodes plus bonus content:
Sid’s Rainy Play Date
Special Sunny Dad Day
Sid’s Holiday Adventure
The Wind Did It
MY THOUGHTS:
I think Sid the Science Kid is an adorable show as do my boys, so I knew they would enjoy this one.  It is a show about a kindergarten class that uses science to learn.  There are four friends, each different and unique, but all best friends.  This DVD is especially neat because it is all about weather, which is a hard subject to explain to kids, at least to my 3 year old!  The episodes cover rain and clouds, using sunscreen and the sun, snow and cold temperatures, and wind!  Sid has some great adventures in these episodes and the show really does explain science in a way for young kids to understand.  There is also lots of singing involved, which is quite cute!  Overall, I would recommend this DVD to any parent looking for ways to help their children understand why rain is okay, what clouds really are (no not cotton candy!), why sunscreen is important, how cold weather can be fun, and how wind can be fun (flying kites!)   
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