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Mar 10

Paw Patrol: Pups and the Pirate Treasure DVD

Over the last couple of weeks we have been sent a few DVDs to take a look at – very help with the house move to keep the kids entertained whilst we packed boxes, moved boxes and unpacked boxes!

The first one to tell you about is Paw Patrol: Pups and the Pirate Treasure. This family favourite is sailing onto DVD on 14th March and we were lucky enough to have a sneak peek! Screen Shot 2016-03-10 at 10.56.42

The DVD includes six all new episodes and as you would expect they are full of fun!

Join Ryder and his Paw Patrol pals this Easter on their mystery-solving adventures in their search for pirate treasure, when they discover a secret map! 

Join the pups as they discover a secret pirate cave and emBARK on a treasure hunt! Plus, stop a ghostly pirate ship from sailing away and dive into the bay for more water rescues. 

The spirited pre-school adventure series returns as the gang stumble on to a secret cavern that was once a pirate’s hideout where they discover an incomplete treasure map. The adventure is on as the pups follow clues to find the missing map pieces, and eventually to a sunken pirate treasure! 

Catch up with Ryder and the puzzle solving dream team this Easter half term as the pup pals get ready to sail the stormy seas to rescue their friends, and find the hidden treasure! 

It is a really easy to watch, fun-filled adventure and the whole DVD runs for 89 minutes which means it is long enough to keep little ones attention but not too long that they are sat in front of the TV all day. If you have a Paw Patrol Fan or a child who loves dogs and adventure then this is for you! Maybe it could be an alternative gift for Easter this year! Get your copy next week and enjoy!

If you have a fan of colouring there are some fab activity sheets for you to download to wet let their creativity flow! ou can download them here 2241_PP_Activity_Sheet_HIRES[3]

1 comment

  1. Eileen Teo

    My nephews would love this dvd, sound fun!

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