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PBS' "WordGirl" is my dds (5 yo and 7 yo) favorite show: http://www.scholastic.com/wordgirl/

they want to be her for Halloween (not quite sure how to do the costume yet LOL) and laugh hard during the show

Any others fans out there?
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My son (5) hasn't seen the show, but he plays some of the Word Girl games on pbskids.com. From what I've seen, it's pretty funny!
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Yep. Just finished watching. Dd loves loves LOVES wordgirl : Talked about being her for halloween too.

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Dd loves WordGirl, and I'm really not sure why, because I think it's a bit over her head yet.
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My 6yo ds loves Word Girl. His new fave is Martha Speaks.

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My almost 4 y/o DD LOVES Word Girl

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Both of my sons love it (5 and 3). They also really like "Word World" and "Super Why". (Maybe it's because we just have bare-bones-basic cable (local channels only) and no Nick? )

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We're big fans of Chuck the Evil Sandwich Making Guy in our house!
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Word Girl TOTALLY rocks! Whenever I clip my hair up, my 5 yo goes around calling me Grannie Mae all day and acting like I'm tying her up in yarn whenever I touch her.

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I am a huge fan of word girl, I watch it and the boys watch it with me.
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My 7y/o dd loves WordGirl. I'm glad that I can let her watch something like that but it's not on Nick or whatever. Her new favorite is also Martha Speaks. She was counting down the days until it started

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7yo ds loves it.
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I love the fact that the 4, 7, and 9 year olds all like this show. There's not much they agree on anymore!

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My children, age 11, 9 and almost 4 will all sit down to watch WordGirl....

We love the show.
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Does anyone have a pattern for the WordGirl costume? My dd (8 next week) wants to be her for Halloween also we need Captain Huggyface for either dc 5 or 2.

We love WordGirl!
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Does anyone have a pattern for the WordGirl costume? My dd (8 next week) wants to be her for Halloween also we need Captain Huggyface for either dc 5 or 2.

We love WordGirl!
I don't have a pattern, but here's something one Mom did
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3062/...a4411c.jpg?v=0

Here's another
http://hot-fudge-oracle.blogspot.com...halloween.html

If it were me, I'd do red tights/leotard. Add the gold star logo. Make a gold cape. Make a red hat. Add red gloves, and kneesocks/boots. And maybe have her carry around a dictionary...LOL

Captain HuggyFace... Monkey Mask. Red stretch pants. Blue leotard or long-sleeve shirt. Add gold thunderbolt. Gold cape. And maybe a bike helmut with some sort of antenna sticking out?

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