Do you remember the Teletubbies? They burst into the children’s scene in the 1990s, and became a huge sensation. It was a British TV show aimed at pre-schoolers that ran from 1997 to 2001. The unusual Teletubbies were comprised of 4 alien-like characters, each with their own unique colour and catchphrase.

I remember the show being a kooky show about these playful characters who lived in a whimsical land where the Voice Trumpets and the narrator would call the Teletubbies to go back to the Tubbytronic Superdome while the Sun Baby sets.

The Teletubbies, AKA Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, are officially 20 years old! Yes, this year marks the 20th Anniversary of Teletubbies, one of the most iconic children’s brands of all time.

Join us in celebrating “20 Years of Big Hugs” with the Teletubbies!

What’s new? The re-imagined Teletubbies series is airing on Family Jr. every day at 8am EST. Then, stay tuned for an all-new second season coming to Family Jr. this July.

Now you can also bring the Teletubbies’ latest adventures home on DVD. A new line of DVDs from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is sure to keep your little ones entertained during this summer. Teletubbies’ Big Hugs and Twinkle Twinkle both feature six all-new episodes, plus fun bonus content, that kids and parents can enjoy together.

The new series is designed to help young children develop their physical, emotional, and cognitive skills – in a warm, loving, playful environment. It’s about exploring, and enjoying life through creative activities and relatable experiences.

To help kids act out their favourite scenes – there is also a line of adorable Teletubbies toys from Spin Master. The cuddly, plush toys with built-in audio clips, music and interactive features for kids to engage with are now available at all major retailers.

For more Tubby-fun, follow @Teletubbies on Facebook, Twitter: @TeletubbiesHQ and follow the hashtag #Teletubbies20

ENTER TO WIN

A lucky reader will win a Teletubbies Prize Pack which will include

  • 8” Teletubbies Talking Plush – Laa-Laa
  • 8” Teletubbies Talking Plush – Po
  • Big Hugs DVD
  • Twinkle Twinkle DVD

To enter, please use the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

 

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Author

Maria Lianos-Carbone is Publisher/Editor of amotherworld. Follow her on Twitter @amotherworld and @lifeandtravelca.

14 Comments

  1. Stephanie LaPlante Reply

    I remember my younger brother watching the Teletubbies. Since he’s all grown up, I would love to win this for my little cousins.

  2. I used to watch the Teletubbies all the time!!!! I loved that show and now my niece loves it too so I would love to win this for her so watch and play together!

  3. Lindsay Bade Reply

    I never watched but both of my daughters did! My oldest is a teenager now so she doesn’t watch anymore. But my youngest is still obsessed with them! She would love this!

  4. I actually loved watching them when my girls were young, and now I get to enjoy watching them with my granddaughter, she loves them just as much as I do and my favourite is Lala! I used to have the whole set of them, but because our basement got flooded I lost the whole works

  5. bernie wallace Reply

    My kids dont watch teletubbies but I think they would like it. I would love to win it for them. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win.

  6. my niece would watch them all the time! she would always have to remind me of their names lol

  7. My niece is a big fan of the Teletubbies. She would love these toys and DVDs for her collection!

  8. I grew up with teletubbies but its been a long time. Love to win for my little one 🙂 !

  9. My kids did not watch the Teletubbies but I would love to win this prize for my niece.

  10. My kids watched Teletubbies growing up and now I would love to win for my grandchildren .

  11. I would love to win this for my youngest son. Teletubbies were huge when our oldest son was born (he’s 17) but he didn’t like the show at all, he was all about Blue’s Clues. My niece who was two years older than him was totally obsessed with the Teletubbies and wouldn’t wach anything else.

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