Rubble and the rest of the pups of the PAW Patrol are ready for a ruff-ruff rescue! Coming soon to DVD is PAW Patrol: Rubble on the Double a DVD compilation featuring nine PAW Patrol episodes that are all about construction and the construction pup, Rubble! To kick your viewing party started I'm sharing a fun (and easy) DIY Ring Toss game and a stop sign craft.
Disclaimer: I was sent a free copy of the PAW Patrol: Rubble on the Double for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
PAW Patrol: Rubble on the Double DVD Review + Traffic Cone Ring Toss Game
PAW Patrol: Rubble on the Double | About the DVD
Get ready to raise the “woof” with Rubble and the rest of the PAW Patrol in these nine construction missions! Whether they’re rescuing animals, superheroes, or even a rock-and-roll show, the pups can always build a plan to save the day! Can you dig it?
PAW Patrol: Rubble on the Double episodes:
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PAW Patrol Rubble on the Double | My Thoughts
I love that this PAW Patrol DVD has a clear theme, it is all about Rubble!
The nine episodes featured on this DVD center around Rubble or showcase him as being a large part of the mission. I liked seeing Rubble in the forefront of these episodes as I feel like he may get forgotten about at times with Chase, Marshall and Skye often taking the lead it was nice to see Rubble get some important duties!
My favorite episode featured in PAW Patrol:Rubble on the Double was "Pups Get a Rubble" which is Rubble's origin story! It was so cute to see a tiny Rubble and learn how Ryder invited him to join the other pups in the PAW Patrol.
A standard episode of PAW Patrol is usually two stories in one 30 minute block. The nine episodes here are only about 13 minutes long, each one starts with the ever catching PAW Patrol theme song. So parents, "Episode Selection" is a great feature on this DVD because you can say "just one" and turn it off after only 13 minutes (or so) with no need to worry about the next episode starting up automatically!
PAW Patrol: Rubble on the Double will be a hit with every Rubble fan!
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Rubble on the Double: DIY Traffic Cone Ring Toss Game
Coincidently, there is major construction happening on the main road near my house so we've been driving through a maze of traffic cones for weeks now.
When it came time for our viewing of PAW Patrol: Rubble on the Double I wanted to create a craft or a game to play ahead of time and that's when I thought of two things we passed by frequently; traffic cones and stop signs (the large ones that are held by construction workers to direct traffic).
DIY Traffic Cone Ring Toss Game: Supplies
Creating the Traffic Cone Ring Toss Game was simple. Like, really simple.
What You'll Need:
1 sheet of orange construction paper
1 sheet of white computer paper (you'll really only use two strips)
2-6 paper plates, you can use as many or as little as you want!
Tape or glue
1 9oz plastic cup - this is used to stabilize the paper traffic cone
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DIY Traffic Cone Ring Toss Game: How To Set Up The Game
This Traffic Cone Ring Toss game can be set up in 5 steps!
Step 1 - Take your piece of orange construction paper and create a cone shape. There are many ways to get the cone shape, I didn't cut the paper at all, I folded each side around to the back and taped the paper together
Step 2 - Cut two strips from your white piece of computer paper and tape (or glue) them near the top of your cone, leaving space on top and space in between the two strips
Step 3 - Cut out the center of your paper plates, I had dessert plates on hand but you can use this size or lunch sized paper plates
Step 4 - Place your traffic cone over top the plastic cup, this helps stabilize the cone so it doesn't keep falling down as the plates are thrown at it
Step 5 - PLAY! Have kids take turns tossing the paper plate rings towards the traffic cone and see who can ring the cone!
Rubble on the Double: Tissue Paper Stop Sign Craft
As I mentioned, we've been driving through quite a bit of construction and at times the road is only one lane which means there are construction workers holding up stop signs as they direct traffic.
Along with our Ring Toss game we also had fun with issue paper to make our own stop signs!
Tissue Paper Stop Sign: Supplies
It is no surprise the the Tissue Paper Stop Sign craft would call for tissue paper. This easy to do craft requires four things:
What You'll Need:
Red Tissue Paper
White Paper Plate
Black marker (to write the word STOP)
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Tissue Paper Stop Sign: How To
Step 1 - Take your paper plate and flip it over
Step 2 - Cut the red tissue paper up into pieces
Step 3 - Write out STOP with the black magic marker
Step 4 - Cover the plate with glue
Step 5 - Have your child take pieces of the cut up tissue paper and place them all over the plate