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The traintastic crew are back on the rails.
Trainee engines Koko, Wilson and Brewster with their young friend, Zephie and new trainees Hoot and Toot, try to keep everything rolling smoothly, but their curiosity and good intentions often signals trouble on the tracks.
Contains seven episodes:
• Koko's New Look
• Zephie and the Bees
• Quizmaster Hodge
• Next Stop
• Pat on the Paintwork
• Town Crier
• Night Chuggers
"Chuggington .. Chugg Chuug Chugg Chugginton" The catchy song will be stuck in your head all day! These vibrant cheeky trains are my sons favourite! Although he is an avid Thomas fan, Chuggington usually beats the Thomas DVDs to the player! The colours in all the episodes is amazing, no wonder the little ones are drawn to them. Koko seems to be the favourite train with her cheeky comments and punchy attitude.
The trains are usually set a task by Vee and there are obstacles that the trainees need to overcome to achieve the task. The trains all express emotions which i find very helpful for pre preschoolers. The trains also don't always get things right the first time and demonstrate that they can ask others for help.
Chuggington has a small team of trainees (3) and group of other trains that pop up in various episodes. I really like this as 3 main characters allows the children to have a favourite but also see how different personalities develop.
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