Iris: The Happy Professor {Volume 2} DVD Review!

Children delight in Professor Iris who is a bird with a keen sense of fashion and an oversized bow tie. In his science classroom he teaches his students, a plant, a piano, and a skeleton. His subject is the science behind everyday things from balloons to teeth to shapes, or bees! Professor Iris has a knack for explaining things so that young children will understand and each episode includes a song to reinforce the theme. Each episode begins with Professor Iris arriving in his classroom greeted by his students. The theme of the episode can usually be found in his oversized bowtie. Designed for preschoolers and created by award-winning cartoonist and animator Henri Desclez, who brought in puppeteers from the show Fraggle Rock. The set and the puppetry are great quality.

Episodes on this volume:
★ Hands & Feet 
The Five Senses 
★ Why do we Eat? 
★ Why do we Sleep? 
★ Hair 

I grew up watching Fraggle Rock and really fell in-love with all the characters and each and ever plot! Enjoying this DVD was not going to be an issue even if on repeat. (kids love repeat) Teaching my daughter important facts of life in the most fun way is perfect for any child. Learning doesn't need to be hard or boring when you have Iris. Kids can easily understand each message Iris is sharing and get a kick out of how fun he is. My daughter loves watching Iris and so do I. It's a win win situation, my daughter learns and has fun!
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