Super Why!, Vol. 2

Super Why!, Vol. 2

Super Why!

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release: 2007-09-04
  • Rate: TV-Y
  • Episodes: 10
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
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Welcome to Super Why!, a breakthrough preschool series designed to help kids ages three to six with the critical skills that they need to learn to read (and love to read!) as recommended by the National Reading Panel. These skills include alphabet skills, word families, spelling, comprehension, and vocabulary. Super Why! is the first original program from Out of the Blue Enterprises, an innovator in interactive children's entertainment led by Angela C. Santomero, an Emmy-nominated co-creator of Blue's Clues, and Samantha Freeman Alpert, a veteran in children's entertainment. Super Why! makes reading an empowering adventure by using interactive literacy games that need the child to play. In Super Why! reading is power!


Title Time Price
1 Hansel & Gretel 28:49 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 Humpty Dumpty 26:00 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 The Boy Who Cried Wolf 28:49 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
4 Little Miss Muffet 27:00 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
5 The Ant and the Grasshopper 28:49 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
6 The Little Red Hen 28:49 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
7 The Frog Prince 28:49 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
8 The Princess and the Pea 28:49 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
9 Little Bo Peep 28:49 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
10 The Emperor's New Clothes 27:00 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes



  • Good, but captions are incorrect.

    By LuckyInAichi
    Really good, except it loses a star for having the wrong closed captions. They don't match the episodes correctly. For example, the Tom Thumb episode has captions about a character named "Wolfy" who is from a different episode. We use closed captions to encourage reading (big surprise, right?), and it was a disappointment to find that the captions don't match, causing confusion.
  • resolution is terrible!

    By LsDad2013
    Bought Season 1, looked great. Bought Season 2, looked terrible. And though we still love the show, this is a Super Big Problem. If I had the power to read, I would change the story...
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf Episode is A Travesty

    By vanvco
    I didn't buy any other episodes, and I guess from a technical standpoint to help children learning to read this stuff might be helpful. But the producers of this episode get the moral of Aesop's tale exactly wrong and upside down. Have we become so politically correct that we can't teach children that lying is wrong? To be fair, the story is altered so that in the narrative presented, the boy DOES in fact, see a wolf repeatedly...and nobody believes him. But does this reframing of a classic and valuable fable teach children, at least, some other important moral? What is it..."Expect grown ups to be meanies and never believe you...even when you are telling the truth?" Aesop's fables have stood the test of time for good reasons. The abuse of this one is misguided and arrogant. What junk, don't buy it.
  • Favorite Kids show yet!!!

    By shutterstar
    My boys love this show! My son wanted a Super Why birthday party for his 4th birthday. They didn't have party decor that was Super Why themed. But we made our own decor! It was lots of fun! We looked for super letters around the room and put them together to spell....Happy Birthday! As a teacher i love this show! It teaches them both the names and sounds of the letters. And there is no greater super power than the power to read!
  • We love Super Why!

    By katmisa02
    You know a show is great when a 16 month old recogizes the alphabet letters. My son loves this show and I love the fact how the characters involv the kds b asking questions.
  • good show for pre-k and k

    By robla
    another reason why schools should have macs - anyway, the previews are, apparently, the show's intro. wake up in there!
  • Why downgrade the TV resolution in Season 2?

    By goto1100
    I started to download Season 2 series for my 3 y.o. kid but I found the TV resolution was downgraded. The contents of the season 2 are lower quality than season 1. I was disappointed though my kid and me like this program.
  • Super Why!

    By Georgia Gramma
    My grandson (age 3 1/2) just loves this show. I downloaded it to my ipod touch and it sure keeps him happy while we we are out and about. I enjoy watching it with him and we talk about the stories and he really enjoys participating with the story, like "changing the word". He is also learning to sound out the letters in words due to this show. I am very impressed with his progress. How nice to have a resource like this available to fill the waiting time at restaurants, doctors offices, etc. I love encouraging the learning process and watching his delight at the progress he makes! Thank you for having this available for download!!!!
  • This show is terrific!

    By saipangal
    I truly believe my son's vocabulary has blossomed because of SuperWhy! He's in love with language. He points to letters, repeating the exercises done on the show. Unlike most children's programming, this has a real educational benefit which I've seen in my own toddler.
  • Super Why

    By koolpantskathy
    My sisters love this show! It's great to teach kids how to solve problems, to spell, comprehend words, and to read!