DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk Two-part DVD (Giveaway!!)

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Oh how my little boy loves dragons and fire and stuff like that! So he absolutely LOVES DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk that is a two-part DVD!!!

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We had to pop popcorn and get a big blanket and sit on the floor with tons of pillows one evening, to watch these shows. They are LONGGG. So we had to finish them the next night!!

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This two-part DVD arrived on July 23rd with exclusive codes for new online game called School of Dragons! It is loaded with exciting bonus content for the whole family to enjoy, disc one contains episodes 1-11 and disc two will feature episodes 12-20. So they are quite long! It is based on the DreamWorks Animation Academy Award®-nominated hit movie How to Train Your Dragon and the series features original voice talent from the film including Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Zack Pearlman, and more!

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DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk DVD Features:
World of DreamWorks
Dragon Tracker Part 1
Evolution of Thunderdrum
“Heavy Metal” Dragon Mash-Up
Sneak Peeks

Plus, when you purchase the DVD, you can unlock exclusive content in DreamWorks’ School of Dragons, the all-new game from JumpStart based on DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon franchise!! This game became available on July 13th and the mobile game followed soon after!! Exciting!! You can even check out the REALLY cool augmented reality poster ( you can download it for FREE, then hold your phone up to the poster, and bring Hiccup and Toothless to life!) So much fun!

My son and daughter both loved these DVDs. From the beautifully animated flying and fire-breathing dragons to the great adventures, it was certainly action packed and kept the attention of my kids!

Kids’ Guide To Vikings!

Vikings At Sea:

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Not all Vikings travel by dragon like they do in Berk! Vikings built great, big boats called longships for war. Each one could carry at least 60 men! Even though they were so large, Viking longships were designed to be speedy and could move through the water much faster than other boats.

Viking Clothes:

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 Vikings from Denmark, Norway, and Sweden dress a lot like Vikings from Berk, but with more layers. To stay warm in the cold winters, Vikings wore clothes made of wool, animal skin, or linen and shoes made of thick leather or goatskin. In battle, they wore helmets made of leather or iron.

Viking Homes:

viking home

Vikings really knew how to make the most of their surroundings! Houses were built of stone, mud, and blocks of turf. They made thatched roofs from woven sticks covered in mud. Vikings probably wouldn’t let dragons sleep in their houses the way Toothless does!

Viking Children:

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The Vikings in Berk get to go to the Dragon Academy to learn about how to become better dragon trainers. Instead of going to school, real Viking kids stayed home to help their parents work. Even without school and books, children could learn about history through songs and stories passed down from the older members of the town.

Viking Food:

viking foods

The dragons in Berk eat fish, veggies, and bread given to them by their riders. Vikings ate similar foods, but also enjoyed meat from farm animals or wild animals that they would hunt. They drank out of wooden cups or drinking horns. Sometimes they had feasts for festivals that would last over a week!

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You can  can purchase parts 1 and 2 of DRAGONS: RIDERS OF BERK online at walmart.com/dragons

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About kim delatorre

Kim Delatorre is a mommy to three beautiful, smart little kids and wife to an amazing husband of 16 years! She enjoys reading, writing, spending time with her family and blogging.

Comments

  1. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Learned That The Vikings in Berk get to go to the Dragon Academy to learn about how to become better dragon trainers!

  2. Vikings built great, big boats called longships for war.

  3. Holly W says:

    I learned about their boat

  4. The children go to Dragon Academy to learn how become better dragon trainers.
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  5. vickie couturier says:

    The Vikings in Berk get to go to the Dragon Academy to learn about how to become better dragon trainers. Instead of going to school, real Viking kids stayed home to help their parents work

  6. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Vikings from Berk wear a lot less layers than the vikings from other places! LOL

  7. steve weber says:

    The children go to Dragon Academy to learn how become better dragon trainers.

  8. Stephanie Larison says:

    I learned what they eat and about the viking children.

  9. renee walters says:

    I learned that Instead of going to school, real Viking kids stayed home to help their parents work.

  10. Jennifer Rogers says:

    That Sometimes they had feasts for festivals that would last over a week!

  11. Real viking kids didn’t go to school, they had to stay and help the parents.
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  12. shawntel smith says:

    Vikings were tough.

  13. Colleen W says:

    I like the viking and parent relationships.

  14. Nannypanpan says:

    I learned their feasts can last 1 week

  15. Dorothy Teel says:

    I learned that Viking children learn from their parents, wow a theory that lasts still to today, as our children learn from us. of course we have no dragons to help teach lessons, but our children are great learners just like the Viking children

  16. I learned that we get our words for the days of the week from the Vikings!

  17. the kids learn to fight!

  18. jessica edwards says:

    the kid’s go to dragon academy

  19. Daniel M says:

    they helped the parents instead of going to a school

  20. they wore clothes made of animal ski or wool
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  21. Terra Heck says:

    I learned that they made thatched roofs from woven sticks covered in mud. Thanks.
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  22. That the vikings were very good at building their own boats.

  23. Good boat builders

  24. Melissa S says:

    I learned that they made thatched roofs from woven sticks covered in mud.

  25. D Schmidt says:

    I learned they drank out of wooden cups or drinking horns.

  26. They built big longships.
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  27. samantha s says:

    Vikings make use of all their surroundings and are very resourceful.

  28. Ashley Nolan says:

    The kids helped there parents at home and they made sure they used all the resources they had.

  29. I learned that they were good ship builders

  30. Viking kids did not go to school, they stayed hom to help out their parents.

  31. Paula Tavernie says:

    I learned that a feast can last up to a week!!!

  32. Jill Myrick says:

    I learned that vikings drank out of wooden cups or drinking horns.

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  33. I learned they built boats.
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  34. I learned their longboats could hold up to 60 men.

  35. I learned that to stay warm Vikings made clothes from animal skin.

  36. Susan Smith says:

    I learned that they made thatched roofs from woven sticks covered in mud.

  37. Ed Nemmers says:

    Vikings drank out of wooden cups or drinking horns!

  38. Viking kids didn’t go to school, but stayed at home to help their parents.

  39. This is awesome. Kiddos would love.

  40. Samii Meyer says:

    I thought that it was interesting that our names for our days actually derive from the vikings

  41. Corey Olomon says:

    I learned their shoes were made of thick leather or goatskin.

  42. kathy pease says:

    They drank out of wooden cups or drinking horns. Sometimes they had feasts for festivals that would last over a week!

  43. Michelle Tucker says:

    I learned that they built ships called longboats.

  44. Kari Flores says:

    I learned that Viking children did not go to school but stayed home to help their parents.

  45. I learned that the vikings were incresdible at building boats

  46. Dragon academy is used to train dragon trainers!

  47. That they are good ship builders.

  48. I learned that longboats could hold up to 60 men.

  49. tina reynolds says:

    They remind me of my family around the holidays feasts can last week or more : )

  50. rebecca day says:

    I learned what they eat

  51. Lily Kwan says:

    I learned that Vikings drank out of wooden cups or drinking horns.

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