As I type this my children are watching for the second time in as many days Scooby Doo Spooky Games. They received the new 23 minute episode of Scooby Doo from Warner Bros. to review and were overjoyed because in the last month or so they have discovered Scooby Doo big time and little Fifi has decided we all need to call her Daphne and Boy wants to be Shaggy. Little Ned, it has been decided, will be Scrappy Doo.
The new episode went down a treat in our house, especially as there is a vague archaeology link when an ancient statue comes to life. Alongside this there were a few other older episodes which follow the usual predictable outcome, it’s a safe one, the children like this. In fact, they love it and it provides endless possibilities for their role playing at home. There’s a few things in life which you can be sure about and one of them is that you can’t go wrong with a bit of Scooby Doo and some healthy snacks when life is proving challenging.
One of the added bonuses in our box which was rather genius on Warner Bros. part was the equipment to do our own sports day. Thus we had a very enjoyable time doing the egg and spoon race and the sack race. Fifi was hilarious at the Sack race as she literally bounced about the garden and forgot all about the sack.
This is a great DVD to provide a bit of structure to the remaining days of the school holidays or maybe to hold onto till half term. After all, you can’t go wrong with a bit of outdoors activity and then a great related DVD to watch. You can pick it up at all the usual retailers.