I think this was a really good way to end the entire Dragon Ball (excluding the sequel series) series for me.
These two episodes served as educative episodes for young children, the then watchers of Dragon Ball in Japan, the first episode being about how to cross the road and the dangers of not being alert, the second episode being about how to prevent fires & who to call if there is one.
While it did retain the music, animation & great voice acting in both episodes, I feel as if the second episode made Goku seem more mature than he actually was back when he was
still small, which sort of ruined the character.
However, this mistake was partially resolved when it turned out that Goku was actually a fire-fighter, though it still didn't fully resolve the mistake as we all know that kid Goku would never be mature whatever field of job he may be in.
I also loved how the two episodes ended on two different 'remixes' of the Dragon Ball opening (or was it the same?), which made the episodes almost distinct and more memorable for the future.
What was also great was how they reused old characters and displayed them either as some of the 'main' characters or just showed a glimpse of them in the background, "Nam" being one I saw.
In general, I think anyone would really enjoy these two episodes, no matter what age they are.