Blaze and AJ are playing with their friend Zeg when he accidentally gets blasted by a geyser into a far away mud pit. It's up to Blaze and AJ to save him, using engineering design inspired by their new dinosaur-truck friends.
It's Halloween in Axle City, and Blaze, AJ, and all of their friends are excited to "Truck or Treat." But when Crusher tries to steal all of their candy, his plan goes awry, and he sends their treats far away from Axle City.
Blaze and his friends compete in the most epic race in history: the Race to the Top of the World! But when Crusher throws them off course, Blaze and his Monster Machine friends must persevere to make it to the finish line.
Blaze and Crusher discover a medieval kingdom holding a Royal Race! The two trucks become knights to compete in the race across the realm. But even though Sir Blaze is the speediest knight of all, Crusher's cheats won't make it easy to win.
Today Darington will attempt his biggest stunt yet: rocketing to the moon! But there's just one problem. His battery-powered rocket is out of energy. To get to the moon Blaze must help Darington recharge his battery.
Blaze, Stripes, and AJ are racing through the jungle when Stripes discovers a lost little fire beetle named Sparky. Blaze and his friends set off across the jungle to help Sparky get back home to the top of a red hot volcano.
Gabby, Blaze and AJ are out in the wilderness when they get a call - Blaze's friends have come down with a sickness called the Sneezles! Our heroes must race back to Axle City to bring the sick trucks the medicine oil they need.
There's a fire on the bridge, and it's too much for the Fire Chief and his team to handle. They need Firefighting Blaze to help. With time running out, Blaze hurries across town. But can he get to the bridge in time?
Axle City Grand Prix: Gabby has the perfect tool to get Blaze ready to race: a special remote that can control any machine. But when Crusher takes her remote, he activates machines all over town to slow Blaze down.
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Spend 20$ on the entire season, then come to find out more then half the episodes are not available, when you buy the entire season, you should be able to view all episodes, in that season . Very upset.
I am an engineer (and volunteer firefighter) and I love how my kids love this show. Although the principles are simplistic (its a kid show, you cant bore them with specifics) it does a great jobs of introducing numbers, science, and engineering fundamentals to kids (i.e. gravity, springs, temperature, etc.). It also highlights the importance to help others and to do whats right. My kids really seem to enjoy it and I find myself watching the episodes through the full length at times with them too.
This has the Halloween and Christmas Blaze! We were so excited and the Halloween one is really cool! Plus 8 other episodes we did not have so happy kids with their shows! Blaze is one of the most sensible kids shows I have ever seen... "Issac Newton had a notion, it's his first law in motion, inertia, heavy heavy things are hard to stop, inertia, when they're movin'." Where else is your 2 year old going to hear about Issac Newton??? I even know the songs and they explain it in an easy and fun way. It is a great show!!!
My boys are all about blaze right now!!! I love that I can just turn this on when they want to watch it and not have to dig around for a dvd! Love the episodes too! The boys learn so much from watching blaze!
Great show! My 3, almost 4 year old son loves it and I adore the catchy, educational songs in each episode. They have a lot of wonderful learning topics that they cover. My son has learned about Force, Magnetism, how Hot Air rises, etc. Among lots of other small physics and science concepts and he actually is able to go ahead and explain what those things are, so this show does an excellent job of teaching little ones. I love it, my little guy loves it, win-win situation. I highly recommend it for young boys between 3-6.
Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2018
I can tell that me and my brother would have loved this cartoon if it had been around when we were younger! My 2 year old loves all things monster trucks! It’s also very educational.. he can count to at least 11 already, partly thanks to Blaze!
What's not to love - STEM lessons presented via rock songs and monster trucks that have already taught my toddler (a girl, so phooey to everyone who says girls don't like trucks OR science/math!) about big and small angles, magnets, and velocity??