Meet Wilson, Brewster and Koko, three railway locomotives, from the fictional town of Chuggington. These three fancy locomotives share important values with children such as friendship, honesty, and listening. Children also learn to resolve conflicts, be persistent, and finish tasks that they began. These episodes are designed to teach important social-emotional skills in a way that helps preschoolers prepare for their beginning years of childhood. Honestly, with all of the wonderful children’s shows out there, you can’t help but be impressed with this one.
Although the show is computer generated, you know that you are getting a high quality show from the same creative team that helped to produce Bob the Builder. The show is produced by Ludorum plc, a company that was founded in 2006 by Charlie Caminada, Rob Lawes, and Dick Rothkopf. Rothkopf was the previous chairman of Learning Curve International, a company which designed and manufactured educational toys for children.
What’s most impressive about this series is the unique toys that are out there on the market. I have to admit, when I was a child, I absolutely adored trains. You can physically move the trains anywhere, which helps to develop children’s kinesthetic skills. You can use your imagination to create a story where the train saves the day. Your child will truly benefit from this toy. There are so many options on this website. Check it out, we offer some pretty cool trains! Not to mention games, engines, and much more, perfect for any time of the year. In the words of the three “Trainees,” “Wheels to the Rails!”