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I have received a copy to facilitate this review as well as additional copies to giveaway.  I have not been compensated in any way and this post does contain affiliate links.  Opinions are my own.

Little know fact: I have been teaching PSR (aka Parish School of Religion, CCD, Catechism) since 1993. 

This is also the same year VeggieTales started.  Coincidence?  Absolutely.

Most videos produced with a religious theme are pretty crummy.  I hate to say it but they are not well made, they have poor production quality and if they happen to be well made then the actors are bad or they beat you with the holy stick into unconsciousness.  I stopped showing videos after my first year of teaching.

Videos can be a great tool and there are one or two I use because it is the best that is available but none have ever compared to how well VeggieTales does as far as content and quality.

Veggies in Space: The Fennel Frontier is the latest in the growing collection from Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato and their band of merry veggie friends.

VeggieTales: Veggies in Space

Veggies in Space: A Fennel Frontier teaches us a Lesson in The Power of Sharing! Join Captain Cuke (Larry the Cucumber) and his loyal first officer, Mr. Spork (Bob the Tomato), as they embark on an out of this world adventure to bravely travel where no Veggie has ever been. The entire USS Applepies crew takes on Luntar the Looter, a power stealing space pirate, but they're in for a big surprise when they find out what's motivating him!

My third grader was amused by Veggies in Space and laughed along but my preschooler won't stop watching!  She is singing and dancing and telling her brother to share, or else.  It is a riot to see how much she is getting out of this video.  

I may have, also, shown this to my fourth graders and they may have liked it but the are too cool to admit it. 

Whatever!!! They were laughing and at the end humming as they walked out of the classroom.  I think it is good for them to be a little silly, watch something meant for younger kids and just enjoy being a kid, stuck in a classroom on a Monday night.

We are also having a good time on the VeggieTales website - games, downloads, the words to Asteroid Cowboys

You can pre order Veggietales: Veggies in Space on Amazon or on the VeggieTales website here.

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