Boy do kids love to play outside, roll in the grass, play in the dirt and splash in puddles when it rains. The problem is a lot of these same kids do not like to take a bath. So the big question is how can you get kids to take a bath? When mine were little, all I had to do was coax them with some bubbles and they were in like Flynn Now that they are older, it is a bit trickier to get them clean. Sometime I wonder if hosing them down outside is a better solution than begging them to get in the bath! Well, thank goodness the Octonauts have landed and they are here to make bath time more enjoyable.
The Octonauts Will Get Kids To Take A Bath
My son loves the Octonauts and we tape episodes to the DVR so he can watch them whenever he likes. He especially loves Kwazii Kitten as we have 2 cats, so he pretends our felines are the “twins” of Kwazii. The show, which is based on a book series for kids in Canada and the US are now a popular kids cartoon. The television adaptation of the books first appeared on British television to great reviews. Now the show has come to America and kids cannot seem to get enough of these under water explorers. The team of the animal adventurers are here to protect the ocean and rescue creatures who need help. There are 8 of the characters that range from the captain of the crew to the resident IT expert.
You have Captain Barnacles Bear, Kwazii Kitten, 2nd in command, Medic Peso Penguin and Dashi Dog the IT expert. There is also an engineer named Tweak Bunny and Shellington Sea Otter the scientist, who is my favorite. My family was sent 2 sets of bath toys that are brilliant for helping get kids to take a bath. The sets include Captain Barnacles Bear in his Gup D and Kwazii Kitten in the Gup B, the underwater vehicles. The characters come complete with equipment to rescue the creatures as well as their diving helmets when they are out of the vehicles. We were also sent the Octopod which is the headquarters of the Octonauts. It is a bit like an underwater tree house with places to hide, explore and keep watch over the ocean floor and its inhabitants. We have had the best time playing with our Octonauts characters and now it is hard to get my son OUT of the tub instead of IN it!