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I am excited to be participating in the Chuggington Conductor program this year. What does that mean? It means I’ll be sharing Chuggington news and product information with great reviews and giveaways. We all have to be selective about what our kids watch on television, but I’m excited to partner with this series because it’s a light-hearted show that shares good lessons for kids through the adventures of trains. And, you know kids love trains!

Chuggington is an exciting, train-based animated TV series for preschoolers. Each episode has entertainment and enjoyment at its heart, but embedded within each story are also positive life lessons that will promote social readiness skills. 

Action-based, energetic and vibrant, Chuggington is a 3D CGI series which follows the adventures of three young trainees – Wilson, Brewster and Koko – as they learn to ride the rails.

New Season of Chuggington

The third season of this popular animated series hits your TV Monday, March 26, 2012 at 7:30 a.m. EST on Disney Junior, Disney Channel’s programming block designed for kids age 2-7 and their families. The new season will include 13 new half-hour episodes that you can also find daily on the new 24-hour Disney Junior basic cable and satellite channel (which launches March 23 U.S.). I’ve set our DVR and know my kids are looking forward to the return of Wilson and friends.

Chuggington Twitter Party

To celebrate the premiere of Season 3, there will be a Twitter party TODAY at 2 p.m. EST! Make sure you follow @Chuggington to join the fun. There will be lots of prizes to win, and even a sneak peek clip of the new season! Follow along using the hashtag #Chuggington.

I’m a 2012 Chuggington Conductor. I was not compensated for this post.
Kate

Kate

Kate started The Shopping Mama™ in January 2009 when, after graduating law school, she traded in online legal research and writing for locating the best products for children. She shops three kids ages 6,4 and 1 from their home in Germany. Her military family is making the most of the overseas assignment by traveling Europe every chance they get.

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