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Celebrate Halloween with NCircle Entertainment! {Giveaway!}

We are weeks away from Halloween and during this time I start pulling out our favorite kid-friendly holiday DVD’s from our home movie library to watch together. My children age 17 months, 6  years old, and nine are years apart in age but I’m pleased that most of the offerings by NCircle entertainment are enjoyed by all of them!

In the evening or afternoons, we’ve been dawning our pajamas, sweet treats, and snuggling up together on the couch with the selection of movies I’m sharing in this post below! Each varies in age recommendations but all the kids enjoy watching them together despite that fact. 

All three of my kids love Halloween and are so happy that their favorite shows and characters are themed. I love all of these shows are wholesome, educational, and a lot of fun! There are no potentially scary scenes or ickiness to worry about. Note that all but the Houdini DVD are more geared toward younger aged children.

My readers have a chance to win a set of all the DVDs mentioned in this post. Make sure to enter below!


Cat In The Hat Knows a Lot About Halloween! on DVD

Cat In The Hat: Knows a Lot About Halloween – DVD – The Cat in the Hat takes Nick and Sally on the craziest Halloween ride filled with howlers and shockers and scary fandangle’s, big laughs and music and fun from all angles! Their fright-filled adventure takes them deep into the Oooky-ma-kooky Closet where Nick and Sally discover the very best Halloween costumes ever. The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Halloween DVD Features: Rating: Not Rated Run Time: 60 Minutes Genre: Children/Family

Sid the Science Kid: Sid’s Spooky Halloween on DVD

It’s Halloween! Join Sid and his friends as they discover how bats catch mosquitoes, why spiders are expert engineer web builders, and how skeletons make up the foundation of our bodies. The kids dress up to celebrate Halloween at school, and Teacher Suzie leads them in a special Halloween parade song to show off their costumes! With Sid the Science Kid, Halloween can be spooky and scientific!


The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Tricks and Treats on DVD

A new spooky adventure this DVD brings, with the Cat, Nick and Sally, Fish and the Things. Meet the eeriest critters you’ve ever seen, arrived just in time for Halloween. There will be lots of tricks and of course, lots of treats, to share with the animal friends you will meet! There’s coconut crab, spider monkeys and bats, and plenty more fun with the Cat in the Hat.

Doozers: Spookypalooza on DVD

Welcome to Doozer Creek where the Doozers live! They’re green. They’re cute. They’re three inches tall and they’re full of energy, ideas, and enthusiasm! It’s Spookypalooza! The time of year when all Doozers get together to spook each other. The Pod Squad makes the spookiest pumpkin ever a cool Pumpkin Doozer made by stacking three pumpkins together. But when their new invention starts rolling all around town, the Doozers have to find a way to reign in their spooky creation! Enjoy four STEM-based adventures with the Doozers!

Pocoyo: Boo! on DVD

Join Pocoyo and his friends on seven playful adventures. Whether it’s playing a new game called Boo!, enjoying a monster mash party or pretending to be Godzilla & King Kong, every day is fun & engaging with Pocoyo and his friends!

Houdini on DVD

Twelve year old Harry has lived and breathed magic since his early childhood. The problem is that his hometown, Appletown, is not the best place for his natural talent to blossom. Although he rehearses endlessly in his parents’ barn he realizes that his dream is just that a dream. One day Harry catches the glimpse of a chance: the New York mayor has announced a magic competition due to the official opening of the Statue of Liberty. Unfortunately, there is a slight problem with this competition, in order to try out one must be trained by a real magician. Poor Harry doesn’t know a single one. Until Harry s father runs into the magician, the Great Tesla, in town and Tesla promises to see Harry. Despite the young boy s lack of knowledge Tesla spots talent, creativity and boldness in Harry. He decides to give him a chance and invites him to his own home, accompanied by his niece, Beth, and his assistant, Amrold. Tesla will teach Harry the basics of magic, his tricks but will also test him. Will Harry be strong enough to become a true magician?


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Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own or my immediate family members, based on our personal experience with the product.





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Comments (22)

  • Colleen Inman


    Last year mt kids dressed up as super heros, I loved those costumes.

  • Kristinia


    My kids are 9 and 6. My daughter wants to dress up as R2D2 ha. My son Sheriff Woody from Toy Story!

  • Terra Heck


    When I was in 7th grade, my mother sewed together a red crayon costume for me. It was my favorite. Thanks.

  • Rachel


    My oldest was a golfer one year and it was the cutest ever!!!

  • Kristie


    My favorite Halloween costume is one my mom helped me sew of a scarecrow when I was 12. I still have it and my daughter wore it last year.

  • Jade W


    Last Halloween my nieces dressed my 6 month old as Baby-8 (BB-8 from Star Wars). It was super adorable.

  • Crystal Abel


    My family dressed up as a group theme of Wizard of OZ. I was Dorothy and my son was the cowardly lion, my sister was the good witch, and my mom was the wicked witch….etc.

  • Stephanie Grant


    My favorite Halloween costume has to be a vampire!

  • Julie Terry


    My favorite Halloween costume has been this far when my oldest daughter was 2 years old and we dressed her as a skunk, it was so cute.

  • amanda whitley


    my favorite Halloween costume is belle from Beauty and the beast.

  • Kayla Klontz


    I love witch costumes! I know i’m a pretty basic person.

  • Kim Myers


    When I was a kid my grandma made a rubix cube costume. She was very crafty.

  • Juanita May


    Clowns! I like funny clowns and killer clowns and sad clowns, any kind of clowns!

  • Eileen Boyce


    An angel

  • Kim Naumann


    My grandkids were all bumble bees so far that is my favorite costume!

  • Tandi Cortez


    My favorites are the simple costumes from back in the 50s.

  • Hollie Jahnke


    A peacock!

  • Amber Bourland


    One of my favorites was when my daughter, then 3, wanted to be a bride. I found her a white dress at a thrift store that would work. Then she wanted to wear black boots and carry black flowers, and got a little zany with her accessorizing and hairdo (she was 3, after all) so we just told people she was a “punk bride.” Somehow, it worked.

  • kelly woods


    My family and I dressed up as Zombies one year and we had so much fun doing it. It was priceless.

  • Anny Banouvong


    My favorite costume is vampire!

  • Holly Wright


    I like little devils, ghosts & witches.

  • Debbie Jensen


    My favorite halloween costume was when my nephew was 1 he dressed up as Dumbo the elephant! He was so adorable!!

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