Peg + Cat

Website review by Leslie Crenna, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 3+

Delight in pre-K problem-solving duo's quirky adventures.

Parents say

age 3+

Based on 6 reviews

Kids say

age 3+

Based on 5 reviews

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age 2+

Clever, Musical and Entertaining

A clever show that’s fine to watch, both for it’s funny Cat character and musical emphasis. Also educational, and can entertain kids from 2-8! Also, not annoying for adults to have on either, and many may enjoy it as well. Great programming!

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age 4+

My Child is Entertained Whilst Learning

What we like: + We like the illustrations (I especially like the graph paper background and random muted math equations that make up the base of the background and the way that everything looks like it's styled in colored pencil or crayon.). + We enjoy learning. I feel like she's having fun whilst absorbing math and problem solving. What we don't like: - We watched an episode today where peg gave her cat chocolate milk. I really wish that all of the lessons were real-life because then they would be learning all true info. If I hadn't already been there watching the show with her, she might have thought that it was ok to give chocolate treats to cats or dogs and then poison them on accident.

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Website Details

  • Subjects: Math: addition, counting, division, grouping, measurement, numbers, patterns, shapes, subtraction
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning: applying information, decision-making, deduction, part-whole relationships, problem solving, Self-Direction: academic development, personal growth, Emotional Development: handling stress, identifying emotions, persevering, Responsibility & Ethics: making wise decisions, respect for others
  • Genre: Educational
  • Last updated: November 12, 2019

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