Have your kids ever seen the show Kate & Mim-Mim? My youngest daughter who is five loves this show. We haven’t seen it in a while though. Probably more because she goes to school so she hasn’t been able to see the show. When it is on, she always wants to watch it.
I was recently given the movie Kate & Mim-Mim Flight of the Flowers to review. I knew my youngest was going to be very excited when she saw this. Once I showed her the movie she certainly got very happy. She couldn’t wait to watch it.
The following are the episodes that are included with this DVD:
“Flight of the Flowers” – Click Here to View a Clip
Kate’s riding her bike for the first time without training wheels and she keeps falling. In Mimiloo, Kate and her friends must learn to fly giant wind flowers in order to surprise Lily at her Spring Thing party! But Mim-Mim has never flown a flower before, and Kate must help him gain his confidence to become a flower pilot.
“The Need For Seed”
Kate doesn’t understand why her flower is so much smaller than Mom’s. In Mimiloo, Kate and Mim-Mim help their friends catch a surprise sapling seed – a speedy seed that sprouts in the most surprising way! The wiggly seed leads them on a wild underground adventure in search of its ideal place to grow. But will it be worth the chase?
Kate wants to fix her pop-up book without Mom’s help. In Mimiloo, everyone’s preparing to watch the butterfly flowers fly away after sunset. To get a good view, Tack tries to build a lighthouse all by himself – but loses his light bulb in the process! Kate must convince him that he needs his friends’ help to get his lighthouse working.
Kate’s too small to carry flower pots and can’t help her parents. In Mimiloo, shrinking violet petals fly all over Kate and Mim-Mim, shrinking them to insect-size! To return to regular size, they must traverse the vast jungle of Gobble’s garden. It’s a daunting journey, until they meet Tiny, a teeny little ant who can do big things!
Kate wonders what’s wrong with her birdhouse – the birds aren’t visiting it. In Mimiloo, Kate, Mim-Mim and their friends offer to babysit a shape-changing baby squoosh so its mama squoosh can focus on building a nest. But getting the squoosh to nap and eat is harder than it sounds!
Kate needs to find four purple buttons for plushy Mim-Mim’s new sweater, but there are so many to look through, it’s going to take a long time. In Mimiloo, Gobble uses Tack’s copy-zapper to duplicate popper peach trees so he can make the biggest batch of popper peach jam ever. But things get messy when Boomer duplicates himself!
“Kate & Mim-Mim,” which recently launched its second season on Disney Junior, airs weekdays at 11:00 am. Beginning this fall, plush, dolls, figure packs, and role play products will be rolling out from global master toy partner Just Play. Penguin Young Readers, a division of Penguin Random House, is the North American publishing partner for the brand. Their initial line will launch in fall 2016 and they will offer young readers a variety of formats, including storybooks, leveled readers, e-books, doodle books and sticker books. Other licensed products include a digital app from A.C.R.O.N.Y.M. Digital (worldwide).
Kate is a five-year old girl who has a bunny buddy named Mim-Mim. She can travel to a fantasy world where Mim-Mim can come to life. He transforms in to a huge bunny. They can always have great adventures together when they’re in their fantasy world. The place they always travel to is called Mimiloo. Kate and her friends Lily, Gobble, Tack and Boomer set off for new challenges all the time. They’re always going on great adventures.
What I love about this show is that it encourages children to use their imaginations and work together. I think it’s very important for children to learn to work together. This can teach them so many things in life. Having an imagination is always a wonderful thing as well. It keeps your kids thinking and creating things on their own.
This DVD has already been released, so make sure to pick up your own copy today.
Disclosure: I received this product in exchange for a review. The opinions are all 100% my own and may differ from yours.