Martha Stewart is an animated ten year old girl spicing up the winter holidays with her friends; Lily, Hannah and Kevin in the Martha and Friends Holiday Collection.
This movie was a hit with my four year old and I really enjoyed it myself. Martha is level headed and mature and it might be suggested that the movie be more appropriate for older kids (8-12) but you’re never too young to learn you can do anything and you can do it yourself-together!
Celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas with 10 year-old Martha Stewart & her friends as they solve Holiday mishaps using their crafty skills.
Highlighting teamwork and thoughtfulness, Martha & her friends remind everyone that it’s always special when you do it yourself.
For Halloween Martha and her gal pals dress up as Glampires and host a spooktacular party followed by the search for their missing pups. Martha’s Craft Corner* shows you decorating and costume ideas from creepcake cupcakes to space invader costumes.
Martha’s Thanksgiving teaches the importance of friends and family with some fun humor and games. Martha’s craft corner offers guidance in making fall centerpieces to squash pot stickers.
It’s no surprise that Martha’s Christmas reminds us on the joys of giving. The episode was beautifully done with interesting ornaments and decorations I was excited to see in Martha’s craft corner afterwards, and I was disappointed that Christmas was missing from the collection of how-to’s.
In whole, this holiday collection was beautiful and charming.
You can view episodes of Martha and Friends, as well as find projects and games you can do with your kids online, or buy the Martha & Friends: Holiday Collection DVD for friends and family this holiday season.
*Martha’s Craft Corner : After you watch the DVD you can pop it into the disc drive of your computer and gain access to Martha’s craft corner where you’ll learn how you can decorate and make some of the things you seen in the shows.
I received a copy of the DVD for my review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are that of my own.