The Wiggles' Big Birthday on DVD! ( + Giveaway ) 8 / 5 ( US / CAN )

The Wiggles Big Birthday! DVD invites children aged two-to-six to sing, dance and wiggle along with Murray, Jeff, Anthony, Sam and their friends Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog, Henry the Octopus, and Dorothy the Dinosaur as they celebrate their Big Birthday.  Filled with music, including many classic Wiggles songs performed live, the DVD also offers some terrific birthday surprises and tummy-tickling jokes for even more wiggly, giggly fun!

This DVD is one which cannot be watched sitting down. Stand up and get moving with The Wiggles! 

We love this title as it has the best of The Wiggles - all their hit songs plus a special bonus feature on the DVD is the one-hour documentary, “Everybody Clap! Everybody Sing!” which covers The Wiggles’ first 20 years.

If you have been a fan of The Wiggles, you will enjoy this as much as you did the rest. 
Have no idea who The Wiggles are? Then this is the perfect title to watch as you will find yourself enjoying every song coupled with action on stage.

 Kids all over the world love this group! My son started watching it as a toddler and it took only a few seconds into one song for him to fall in love with The Wiggles.

My son's favorite has always been the " Choo choo chugga chugga big red car ". What a pleasure it was for my son to see the red beauty with 4 of his favorite people singing the best song ever! This DVD is packed with 140 minutes of pure fun and entertainment.

He has one request for The Wiggles - " Next time when you come, you can park your big red car in our garage. You do not have to pay. When you sing on your show, I will go for a ride in the car and ride the whole day long!" 

Can we seal the deal?!

The Wiggles’ Big Birthday can be found at a retailer near you, including Toys “R” Us, Walmart, Amazon, and also on

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Disclosure: I received a sample for review purpose only. No monetary compensation was received. The above post reflects my personal opinion.


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