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Welcome to Quigley's Village!
Quigley's Village is a delightful place where children learn Christian values. This award-winning series provides the very best in entertainment with important lessons to help children learn & grow.

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Quigley's Village programs are fun and entertaining for children 3-6, but they are also designed to help parents teach character values to their children. Each program is on a particular value, like telling the truth. Each program has a story that children can understand that is built around a value. Each program has a Bible story that relates to the value. The stories in the program are a wonderful discussion starter for Mom and Dad to talk with their children about a particular excellent aid in building godly character.

"Captivating and very entertaining. Young children know it is for them.
Conveys a strong sense of moral and spiritual values."

-Ben Carson, MD, Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery
Johns Hopkins University


Churches and Christian preschools started using the Quigley programs. To make it easier for churches to use we have developed three curriculum packages.

Each package includes:
  • DVD Content
  • CD with Lesson Plans
  • Activity Sheets
  • Parent Guides
For more information on curriculum, click HERE

"The children just love the videos. They fit so well in our character trait curriculum for children. I would recommend then to any home or preschool."
Mrs. Betty Hoyt, Director of Calvary Church Pre-school
Santa Ana, California

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Fun Aerobics for Kids! DVD Enjoy What You Have DVD
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Vol. 21: Fun Aerobics for Kids! - Aerobics
Finally - an exercise program for you and your child! Designed by nationally certified aerobics instructor Cheryl Merrill, this video lets you and your child have fun together while shaping you up with a light aerobic workout. Your child will love exercising to the joyful music of the popular children’s video series, "Quigley’s Village." And by using imaginative movements, like "building the treehouse" and "marching in the band," your child will get the exercise he needs, while having fun!
Vol. 20: Enjoy What You Have - Contentment
It’s a rainy day in the Village and everyone is staying inside. Mr. Quigley and Trundle visit the children with their Rainy Day box full of fun activities to chase away the boredom. Molly and Dexter also come up with a way of staying dry and having fun as they wait for the storm to pass.
Trundle and the Big City Bungle DVD Making New Friends DVD
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Vol. 14: Trundle and the Big City Bungle - Forgiveness
After spending most of his life on Mr. Quigley’s porch, Trundle the Toucan tires of life in Quigley’s Village and unexpectedly flies off to discover the Big City - making sure that Mr. Quigley doesn’t know he is leaving. His dreams are shattered as he realizes the difficulty of caring for himself away from friends and family. He eventurally returns to an unexpected homecoming.
Vol. 22: Making New Friends - Friendship
Spike and her family move into Quigley’s Village. Lemon goes by the house to see if she can peek at the new family and is scared when she sees Spike. Mr. Quigley helps Lemon and the other kids learn how to make new friends.
Spike and the Terrible Tripped-Up Tap Dance Download Be Kind to One Another DVD
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Vol. 15: Spike and the Terrible Tripped-Up Tap Dance -
Practice Makes Perfect

This the day for the Quigley’s Village talent show! Everyone is hard at work preparing their performances except Spike who is going to tap dance. She sees no point in practicing even though she has never tap danced before. The show is a big success for everyone except Spike who learns that tapping isn’t all it’s “cracked up” to be especially when you don’t prepare.
Vol. 19: Be Kind to One Another - Thoughtfulness
Danny and Spike both want to win the World Championship Hide-and-Seek Contest. Danny tells Spike that she won’t win because he’s the best, but when he breaks his arm he is told he will not be able to participate in the contest. Spike and Danny both learn that it is more important to be kind than to win the game. This video introduces kids to using kind words like, please, thank you, and I’m sorry.

"Quigley's Village is a delight. The values are solid and taught in a way that really gets through to kids."
- Josh McDowell, Author and International Speaker

"Every church should have Quigley's Village in the church library. I can't think of a better tool for building moral and spiritual values into you lives."

- Dr. Warren Wiersbe, Author and Bible teacher

"Quigley's Village is unique because it not only entertains children to offer a valuable moral lesson to be learned with each episode. I have used these videos at church, at our preschool and in my home and children everywhere love them."
- Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, MOPS program at Fellowship Bible Church North, Dallas

"We would strongly recommend to anyone with special needs kids to consider using Quigley's Village as a teaching tool and the rest of the family will enjoy them."
- Becky and Roger Brown