Making Trainiacs Was Never So Much Fun

choo-choo-bob-showThere is no shortage of children’s shows available. There is however a shortage of quality shows.

Back in 2009 I was introduced to a new series called the Choo Choo Bob Show. It wasn’t until this past year, when our little boys began watching programs, that I truly came to appreciated the quality of this series.

The Choo Choo Bob Show is a live action television show for little train fanatics, but there is plenty action for all ages to enjoy. In each episode, Choo Choo Bob and his friends visit museums, ride trains, sing railroad songs and have lots of goofy fun. The programs are entertaining and educational. As a viewer it doesn’t take long to appreciate the producers understanding of children and passion for trains – it’s a perfect mix.

The shows are high energy, but move a little slower than a lot of today’s children’s programing. This, along with the wholesome characters and lessons in each episode are what makes the series noteworthy.

Watch Choo Choo Bob

We started watching the original DVD’s The Choo Choo Bob Show: Trains on the Brain!, and Train Coming!. There are lots of great clips available on YouTube, and recently, Qubo announced the addition of Choo Choo Bob to their programing schedule.

Thomas is the founder of Propulsion Factory Marketing, providing small businesses, churches and non-profit organizations with the tools needed for effective online communications. He is also the father of three amazing boys and husband to their wonderful mother. Thomas is an advocate for non-traditional education, and an outspoken critic of public education and the Common Core.