Mr Bloom's Nursery Giant Turnip DVD

Mr Bloom’s Nursery Giant Turnip DVD review and giveaway AD

disclosure:  we were sent the item mentioned for the purpose of review and giveaway

As regular readers of the blog will know, Daddy P comes from a long line of greengrocer’s.  We’ve been actively involving my son in growing his own fruit and vegetables this year.  So it will come as no real surprise that we’re rather fond of Mr Bloom’s Nursery on CBeebies in this house.  On 14th October Abbey Home Media will be releasing Mr Bloom’s Nursery Giant Turnip DVD, featuring 4 episodes from the popular show.Mr Bloom's Nursery Giant Turnip DVD

My son, who’s nearly 4 now, loves Mr Bloom and finds all of his Veggie friends very entertaining.  I like the fact that this series gets children interested in gardening in a fun, but educational way.  There’s also lots of singing and dancing through the episodes as Mr Bloom and the Tiddlers (the children) work together in his Nursery.

The Mr Bloom’s Nursery DVD features 4 episodes and will keep your pre-schoolers entertained for just over 90 minutes.  The episodes featured are:

Giant Turnip

As well as learning about the Nursery, gardening and Veggies the Tiddlers learn about working as a team to get something done.  My son will sit watching Mr Bloom’s Nursery and be totally enthralled by all the action.  Doesn’t mean I am any more likely to persuade him to eat turnips in a winter stew, but I live in hope! We do love Sebastian the Aubergine, our favourite Veggie.

Our favourite episode is definitely Worms, Mr Bloom teaches us all about worms, their movement and how they help to make compost.  He now wants to make his own compostarium!

We give Mr Bloom’s Nursery Giant Turnip DVD a big thumbs up.

If you have some little Tiddlers who love learning about Veggies in a fun and entertaining way then look no further.  Abbey Home Media are offering 5 copies of Mr Bloom’s Nursery Giant Turnip DVD to my readers!  Entry is via the rafflecopter below – good luck!


Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of the Rafflecopter is mandatory, all other steps are optional.  Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet with the bonus click entry daily as well to increase your chances).

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once the Rafflecopter picks 5 winners, I will check if the winners have done what was requested and I will contact the winners, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 1st November 2013 at midnight.

193 thoughts on “Mr Bloom’s Nursery Giant Turnip DVD review and giveaway AD

  1. My Kids have always loved salads and also have a soft spot for sweetcorn especially corn on the cobs

  2. Does tomato soup count as a veggie? Squeaky refuses to eat any, partly I think, from watching Mr Bloom, and not wanting to eat his friends. She does love her giant cuddly Ikea broccoli though!

  3. My kids love tomatoes, carrots, beets, cucumber, celery, zucchini (courgette), onions, garlic, peppers, and just about anything!

  4. POD loves peas and most other veg for that matter. This looks great, lovely review. Will be back to enter when home (at the in-laws) where internet connection better 🙂

  5. carrots peas, broccolli. my daughter eats pretty much any veg, my sons a bit more selective, he tries though so thats all i ask 🙂

  6. I am quite boring in that I love peas and green beans! My son loves sprouts! My 2 little girls love peas, broccoli and cauliflower and my husband only likes carrots!

  7. Jenny’s favourite veggies are sweetcorn. Eve loves ALL OF THEM. She’s a parent’s dream – she devours fruit and veg. Not like me. All I ate was fish fingers.

  8. My 4 year old son absolutely loves broccoli & cauliflower whereas my 1 year old daughter favourites are peas and sweetcorn! 🙂

  9. Peas or sweetcorn, seems to be anything that can roll of a plate, dustpan and brush at the ready 🙂

  10. My little girl has taken a sudden like to carrots and she’s always loved peas & corn on the cob 🙂

  11. In our house sprouts are universally hated, while sweetcorn and teeny weeny little baby plum and cherry tomatoes are the good guys!! Little tomatoes are even popped in like sweeties as a treat into lunchboxes x

  12. My 4 year old daughter loves peas and carrots – but only if they are raw, refuses to eat them cooked!

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