Mom in Training: Blaze and the Monster Machines: High-Speed Adventures on DVD now!

August 11, 2015

Blaze and the Monster Machines: High-Speed Adventures on DVD now!


Blaze is perfect for any preschooler that loves trucks. I love that the episodes are even educational.

Nickelodeon's educational animated preschool show Blaze and the Monster Machines races back onto screens with Blaze and the Monster Machines: High-Speed Adventures. In this four-episode thrill ride, amazing monster truck Blaze and his driver, AJ, use scientific principles to tackle problems and help their monster machine friends out of some sticky situations. Plus, preschoolers can help win a sailboat race using the right parts and wind power, and team up with Pickle for Team Truck Challenge Day! Blaze and the Monster Machines is the only preschool show on TV to comprehensively cover all areas of STEM in every episode and it's currently the number-one preschool show in its time period.

DVD includes:
• Bouncy Tires - When Zeg the dinosaur truck accidentally puts on a set of "Super Bouncy Tires," he bounces out of control! Now Blaze and AJ have to experiment to find a substance adhesive enough to stop their bouncing buddy.

• Stuntmania - Darington has built the ultimate stunt track and every Monster Machine in town is coming to see the show. When a jealous Crusher tricks Darington and sends him far, far away, it's up to Blaze and AJ to rescue him.

• Epic Sail - Crusher and Pickle challenge Blaze and his friends to a sailboat race, but when he tries to cheat, Crusher accidentally crashes both ships onto a tropical island. Now Blaze and his crew must find the missing pieces of their ship so they can sail back home.

• Team Truck Challenge - It's the day of the Team Truck Challenge, a race where all the trucks get to compete in teams of two. When Crusher chooses a new partner instead of his sidekick Pickle, his pal teams up with Blaze to prove his mettle.

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3 comments:

  1. Looks like a cute movie that my nephew would enjoy!

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  2. I'm guessing this is a fairly new show because I haven't heard of it? Maybe? My granddaughter doesn't really watch much TV anymore. She's heavily into crafting now.

    The premise looks cute and I like that it promotes STEM.

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  3. My nephew would love to watch this incredible fun DVD! It looks like there is great pictures and story to follow. I need to get this DVD for his birthday!

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