Christmas Present Time with Tickety Toc

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Tomorrow, Saturday 30th November 2013, at 12:30pm the Tickety Toc Christmas special will air on Nick Jr. Tickety Toc features the adventures of Tommy and Tallulah in Tickety Town, the world behind the clock. It's a CGI animation show with fun stories and exciting adventures. The theme tune is really catchy and you will find yourself singing it long after the show finishes.

Tickety Tock Christmas Special

In the Christmas Special...
It’s Christmas Eve, and as Tickety Town prepares for Christmas, a shock crash landing by Santa throws everything into turmoil! The reindeers have caught a chill, Santa’s sleigh is broken and all the presents are spread across Tickety Town! But our inseparable heroes, Tommy and Tallulah, come to the rescue with a plan to save Christmas as they gather up all the presents and use McCoggins’ balloon to deliver them to everyone in Tickety Town. But what will happen when a huge storm blows them off course and pops their balloon? Luckily their faithful friend, Pufferty the Puppy Dog Train is on hand to help and combined with some Magic Christmas Sparkle Dust he believes he can fly, but will it be enough to save Christmas in Tickety Town?
We are big fans of Tickety Toc and really enjoy watching the show together. Christmas Present Time is a really engaging mixture of the Tickety Toc characters that we are familiar with - Bud is a hug Pufferty fan - with the addition of a very clumsy Santa and his reindeer. The show is 23 minutes long which is just right for pre-school children and Bud, who is already excited about Christmas, loved that Father Christmas was in Tickety Town. Usual episodes run for around 10 minutes so it is around twice as long.

Tickety Toc Christmas Present Time

Christmas Present Time is packed with Christmas references, from a snow-covered Tickety Town to Christmas wreaths and a big focus on presents, of course. The usual race to accomplish a task before Chime Time is to deliver the presents on time but I don't want to give anymore of the story away. You will have to watch to find out if the twins, their friends and Santa can get all of the gifts delivered before Christmas Chime Time.

If you're a fan of Tickety Toc you can like them on Facebook There will be a Twitter Party taking place immediately following the broadcast of Christmas Present Time, on Saturday 30th November 1-2pm. To join the party follow @TicketyTocUK

I'd love to know if you and your families are Tickety Toc fans too, and what you think of Christmas Present Time after it airs.

Disclaimer: I received a small gift in exchange for this post