The Imagine Neighborhood

Podcast review by Molly Jackel, Common Sense Media
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age 5+

Emotional learning in imaginative world; wacky characters.

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age 5+
What kid doesn't have big feelings, especially these days? Scotty and the fun characters in the Imagine Neighborhood make it easy for adults and kids to start talking about those big feelings - it's a great way to broach topics that are necessary but tricky to know how to tackle. The kids love listening, and it's that great unicorn of children's entertainment that is actually pretty entertaining for adults too. (Let's be honest, adults have big feelings too, and the lessons in Imagine Neighborhood can be good for us too!)

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age 4+

Adults will love it too!

This show has been a GODSEND! It's a fun way to get kids talking about their feelings, but also it helps me talk with them about difficult topics. Their episode on grieving helped so much with the loss of a pet we had last year. I love the topics about race and equality, and it's also a really fun show for adults to listen to as well. It's really well made, and our favorite characters are Macho and Allykazambra

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