Super Why!: Hansel & Gretel: A Healthy Adventure

What better way for kids to learn how to make healthy food choices than by following their favorite Super Readers! In “SUPER WHY!: HANSEL & GRETEL: A HEALTHY ADVENTURE” the reading superheroes go on two full-filled adventures. Along the way they learn about unhealthy snacks, different types of foods, the benefits of healthy food choices and impart critical skills kids need to learn to read. In “Hansel & Gretel: A Healthy Adventure,” the Super Readers convince the witch to trade in her gingerbread house for nutritious snacks, and practice their spelling skills. In “King Eddie Who Loved Spaghetti,” our superheroes convince King Eddie to taste new foods, and introduce kids to the meaning of the word “ripe.”

I’ve always been a fan of Super Why! It is cute, and my kids have always learned from it. I love that they have tied reading into healthy eating with Super Why!: Hansel & Gretel: A Healthy Adventure. It isn’t preachy and my personal favorite episode on here is King Eddie Who Love Spaghetti. I highly recommend this for all you Super Why fans!


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