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Thursday 24 July 2014

Ten best children's DVDs

1. Shaun the Sheep - The Complete First Series
From the Oscar-winning creators of Wallace and Gromit, this sheep-slanted spin-off follows Shaun's efforts to incite rural rebellion and evade naughty sheepdog, Bitzer.
Price: £9.99, play.com
2. Numberjacks - Calling All Agents!
Distract your children with a bit of maths this Easter and put on this series about a gang of superhero numbers who solve problems using their phenomenal mathematical skills.
Price: £9.99, play.com
10. In The Night Garden - Hello Makka Pakka!
In the Night Garden (narrated by treacle-tongued Sir Derek Jacobi) was designed to relax younger viewers, so is just the thing for getting troublesome tots off to sleep.
Price: £5.95 bbcshop.com

We're not suggesting that you park the little ones in front of a screen for the entire Easter holidays, but these box sets are great for a little downtime...

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