Bob the Builder: Onsite Roads and Bridges

DVD Release: February 5, 2008
Bob the Builder: Onsite Roads and Bridges
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Synopsis

For the first time ever, join Bob the Builder and his Can-Do Crew as they explore real life construction sites. See giant diggers, mixers and trucks work together to build super roads and massive bridges. From digging the first hole to building a foundation and then laying the final asphalt cover, Bob the Builder teaches budding engineers how the process is done. Learn about the three types of bridges: support, arch and suspension. Then follow the steps and build your very own road or bridge, just like the pros! Sing-along with the catchy “How Do You Do It” song and see how new friends Flex, Bristle, Packer, Dodger and Tumbler help to demonstrate how roads and bridges are built.

Dove Review

This is another great movie featuring Bob the Builder and his friends. The story of how roads and bridges are built takes the viewer to the actual location. This combines animation with real life examples and helps children learn about the process.

I enjoyed how each truck or piece of equipment has its own personality and the kindness that the characters show to each other. This film is awarded the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for family-friendly viewing for all ages.

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Info

Company: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.
Genre: Children
Runtime: 60 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Stacey Langstraat