Thursday, March 26, 2015

Sesame Street - "The Best of Elmo 3" DVD Review and #Giveaway! (U.S) Ends 4/6

Elmo is back and more lovable than ever as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, release Sesame Street: The Best of Elmo 3 on DVD and digital on March 3, 2015 for $14.98 SRP. This trip down memory lane will teach Elmo fans both young and old about the importance of friendship and helping others. Elmo sings and dances his way through numbers, letters, vocabulary, and emotions with his Sesame Street pals and a few famous friends like Melissa McCarthy, Taye Diggs, Drew Brees, Romeo Santos, and many more!

Elmo fans will love this new DVD where everyone’s favorite furry and red friend is reminded of all the fun, friends and music he’s made on Sesame Street. Join Elmo as he does “The Elmo Slide,” finds out about “The Power of Yet" with Janelle Monae, and sings about the number 5 with the band Train. Elmo learns about counting, vocabulary and even how manage his emotions in the hit song, “Belly Breathe” with Colbie Caillat and Common. This special collection is filled with Elmo moments fans will treasure. As an added extra, this release features a special bonus title which will provide over two hours of Elmo!

“With such great response from the release of Sesame Street: The Best of Elmo 2, Warner Home Bros. Home Entertainment is thrilled to release the next edition, Sesame Street: The Best of Elmo 3,” said Jeff Brown, WBHE Executive Vice President and GM of Non-Theatrical Franchise Marketing. “Kids now have the opportunity to see their favorite TV character’s most memorable segments all on one fantastic DVD.”

Celebrating its impressive 45th anniversary this season, Sesame Street is the #1 top-of-mind preschool show with moms. The series has received more Emmy awards than any other show in television history, as well as a Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award.

From the front and back of DVD Cover:Sesame Street's "The Best of Elmo 3" teaches children about the alphabet, math and self-confidence. It's all Elmo all the time in this collection of the best moments with everyone's favorite furry red monster!

Elmo sings and dances his way through letters, numbers, vocabulary and emotions with his Sesame Street pals plus a few famous friends like Michaek Buble, Janelle Monae, Bruno Mars, Melissa McCarthy, Taye Diggs, Sugarland, Romeo Santos and Drew Brees.

Bonus Features:
- "The Little Furry Red Monster Parade" story
- "Elmo and Abby's Birthday Fun" full length feature

Run Time: 1:22 Mins. (over 2 hours of Fun)

Check out the official website!

My Review:
My children are now seven, five, and two and a half years old. My older two children watched Sesame Street all the time, and they both loved Elmo. But my two and a half year old is a busy little girl when her siblings aren't home, so it's hard to get her to sit still long enough to watch it.

But my two and a half year old daughter sat still and watch a majority of The Best of Elmo 3! She sang and danced along and pointed out her favorite singers and songs that she recognized. As she's really into country music and children's movie soundtracks.

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Disclosure: I received a copy of The Best of Elmo 3 in exchange for my post. No other compensation was exchanged or received.


  1. I think you might have the wrong question about Barbie movies? My grandsons haven't seen any of those.

    Their favorite Sesame Street character is Elmo!

  2. I have always loved The Count. My children's favorite was Cookie Monster.

  3. My personal favorite is Grover, but they are all fun!

  4. my favorite was the cookie monster!

  5. I like The Count. Scary but cute.

  6. My favorite is Cookie Monster because I think he is funny!

  7. Those aliens that were always after bert's oatmeal. Hilarious.

  8. I love Big Bird because he is so sweet.

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  9. Snuffleupagus was always my favorite!


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