DVD ALL: Set of 22 Quigley's Village DVDs 1-22
The Quigley's Village DVDs are a great way to teach Biblical values to children ages 3-6. The programs are fun and entertaining and connect with kids. The original music is engaging and will have your kids running around singing "Be Kind to One Another, that's what God want us to be"...and more. Parents would watch the programs with their kids often use the storylines to help apply the lessons to life situations they face every day. Programs are 23-30 minutes in length.
DVD 1: The Super Shoot-for-the-Stars Spaceship - Responsibility
The Quigley Village kids want to buy a Super Shoot-for-the-Stars Space Ship for their tree house, so they decide to have a lemonade sale to raise the money. But when Bubba breaks Mr. Quigleys's glass pitcher accidentally, the kids have to decide on the responsible thing to do. Three new songs including the "Lemonade Blues."
DVD 2: Spike and the Silly, Mixed-Up Sleepover - Listening
Spike learns the consequences of not listening to her dad. A deaf child and her teacher visit Mr. Quigley. Bubba and Danny learn a few words in sign language and how to listen without your ears. Dr. Caremore helps Milty understand how prayer is the way God listens to us. Mr. Quigley tells a story about how the disciples needed to listen better.
DVD 3: The Great Treehouse Disaster - Cooperation
The kids venture into the project of building a tree house, but they each have their own idea on what it should be like. The building doesn't go well because the kids are not focused on the same goal. Out of the chaos Mr. Quigley and Dexter help the kids complete the tree house. The story of Nehemiah building the city wall with all the kids in costume and singing "Build It."
DVD 4: Quigley's Village Sing-Along
The Quigley's Village Sing-Along includes some of the favorite songs:
- "I Just Want to Say Thank You"
- "Together We'll Get the Job Done"
- "It Isn't Really Fair"
- "Look Away"
- Bedtime Prayer
- And many more!
DVD 5: A Christmas Story - Giving
In his hurry to get to rehearsal with a large stack of Christmas presents. Mr. Quigley, unknowingly, drops Danny's present. Danny thinks he is the only one not getting a present and feels hurt. Eventually Danny learns the value of giving and gives up his best present for the Baby Jesus. Meanwhile, Bubba and Spike have to restrain themselves from making the Baby Jesus more comfortable.
DVD 6: Spike's Big Blue Bubble Babble Balloon Machine - Sharing
Danny, Spike and Bubba each enter a contest to win the Big Blue Bubble Babble Balloon Machine, and all promise to share it - no matter who wins. But when Spike wins, she decides to keep it for herself, balloons and all, and then has a very, very big sneeze. Through this story children will learn why we should share with others.
DVD 7: The Wonder Kids' Colossal Cash Caper - Courage
Learning to be courageous is fun when Danny, Bubba and Spike imagine themselves as the Wonder Kids looking for adventure. On "assignment" from Mr. Quigley they find a money purse in the park and are faced with the dilemma of keeping it or giving it back.
DVD 8: Bubba's Big Banana Cream Crime - Resisting Temptation
Everyone is tempted in one way or another, and Bubba can hardly resist one of his mom's fresh banana cream pies. Meanwhile, Danny is tempted to cheat when he can't think of anything to write for the poetry contest. But this story helps us to recognize that not everything that is tempting is good for us.
DVD 9: Danny Buys a Blobit - Truth & Trust
Danny decides to buy a toy with the money Mr. Quigley gives him to buy party decorations. To cover his actions he has to lie and finally decides to bury the toy. Everything is going great until it rains and Danny's deception is found growing out of the ground. Children will see why we should always tell the truth.
DVD 10: Lemon and the Kite Flying Catastrophe - Thankfulness
Lemon learns the importance of thankfulness when her doll is swept away during a windy day of kite flying. The gang tries to find Mrs. Toddy without success until she is found on top of a flag pole and only Bubba can save the day! Lemon learns how to be thankful to others, and Bubba learns to be thankful to God for making him just the way he is.
DVD 11: Scary Sounds in the Campground - Overcoming Fear
In this episode, Mr. Quigley takes the guys camping and they have a wonderful time eating and telling stories until bedtime when Bubba hears strange noises. The noises get louder and Bubba's imagination runs
wild. Lemon helps comfort Bubba by giving him her prize possession, Mrs. Toddy, her doll. Bubba then feels more secure and is able to confront his fear and discover the culprit. Earlier in the day Lemon also was able to overcome her fear of going to see the doctor.
DVD 12: Shakeups and Showdowns - Working Things Out
The Village wins an award for having the best playground. However, everyone wants to display the plaque in a different place and arguments ensue, but everyone learns to compromise. Meanwhile, Spike and Bubba can't agree on what color to paint the clubhouse sign, trouble arises. The case goes to trial and Judge Quigley shows the kids how to work things out.
DVD 13: The Wacky Watermelon Break-In - Fairness
Spike, Danny, and Bubba let their imagination run wild as they become space farmers. All summer long they’ve tended to their “space garden” eagerly anticipating the harvest of a select, very large watermelon. As Mr. Quigley begins to slice open the watermelon, they are shocked and disappointed to discover someone has made a home out of their garden delight.
DVD 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 eventually returns to an unexpected homecoming.
DVD 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.
DVD 16: Bubba and the Big Berry Belly Ache - Obedience
The great berry-picking expedition turns sour when Bubba is tempted by Lemon and Spike to eat the unripe green berries. They assure him the green berries are delicious even though Mr. Quigley has warned against eating them. Bubba chooses to obey and not eat the green berries and gets to enjoy one of Mr. Quigley’s great berry pies.
DVD 17: The Playground Popcorn Explosion - Patience
During costume dress-up day, Mr. Quigley promises popcorn to everyone at the playground. The kids become impatient when Mr. Quigley forgets the top of the popper and decide they can’t wait for his return. Before they know it, popcorn’s flying everywhere.
DVD 18: Spike's Grumpy Grumbly Day - Kind Words
When Spike gets up on the wrong side of the bed, she forgets that the words that we say to people can either help or hurt them. Since she is in a grumpy mood, her words are sharp, and before long her words have made a lot of people feel badly. After Lemon is hurt by something that Spike says, she gets some counsel and comfort from Mr. Quigley.
DVD 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.
DVD 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.
DVD 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!
DVD 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.