Children will be attracted to the bright colors and cuddly characters in Dwizzle Dee, and they will like the interactive aspect in which they get to participate in the lessons. Most two- and three-year-olds, and many four-year-olds, will want repeated showings. However, it’s a little too unsophisticated for five-years-olds (kindergarten-age). Parents will appreciate the chummy respect the characters show for their young audience, and Dwizzle Dee’s leisurely pace (there are numerous other programs that can get kids wound up, if that’s what’s desired). Based on these observations, the rating awarded is a solid five crayons.
Extras on the DVD are a sing-along comprised of the songs included in the story, with lyrics sub-titled at the bottom of the screen (mostly wasted on the intended audience), and a preview of a children’s book, El Gato. Dwizzle Dee is now available from Amazon.com and FilmBaby.Com; national roll-out is scheduled for May 25.
Bottom Line: Would I buy Dwizzle Dee? Yes, for two- or three-year-olds.