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Angelina Ballerina: Sweet Valentine

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Mouse pals explore holiday fun and problem-solving.

Movie NR 2012 61 minutes
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age 6+

Based on 1 parent review

age 6+

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This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much consumerism

Is It Any Good?

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ANGELINA BALLERINA: SWEET VALENTINE entertains by imparting a love of arts, music, and dance and by solving the everyday problems of preschoolers through their artistic impulses and ambitions. Here Angelina and her friends deal with embarrassment, learn sympathy, and solve a mystery but with the added layer of artistic goals in dance and music. The episodes promote a healthy competition and desire to be good or the best while still teaching children to consider the feelings of others and practice including others. It also gives kids an insight to the kind of discipline and practice required in the arts at an early age. Though this is largely focused on Angelina and her girlfriends, the show makes a point to include her male classmates and their concerns and even tackles some of the boy/girl divide at this age and encourages diverse friendships.

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