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Canticos TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Bilingual sing-a-long series great for preschoolers.
Network: Amazon Prime Video, Nick Jr.
(2018)
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Clangers TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Endearing remake of classic has a galaxy's worth of charm.
Network: Universal Kids
(2015)
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Counting with Paula TV Poster Image
age 3+
Smart series reinforces number know-how for preschoolers.
Network: Hulu
(2015)
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Astroblast TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Charming animals teach kids about positive relationships.
Network: Universal Kids
(2014)
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Numbers Around the Globe TV Poster Image
age 2+
Cute counting series promotes physical activity.
Network: Online
(2013)
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Hopla TV Poster Image
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age 2+
Gentle, nonverbal show incorporates prereading skills.
Network: Netflix
(2010)
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Peg + Cat TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Spunky girl's math skills solve problems, teach lessons.
Network: PBS Kids
(2013)
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Harry the Bunny TV Poster Image
age 2+
Friendly bunny's adventures have teaching points for kids.
Network: Netflix
(2013)
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The WotWots TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Friendly aliens encourage preschoolers' curiosity.
Network: Discovery Family Channel
(2010)
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Team Umizoomi TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Super team teaches preschoolers real-life math applications.
Network: Nick Jr.
(2010)
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Go, Diego, Go TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Dora's cousin rescues animals and delights kids.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2005)
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The Zula Patrol TV Poster Image
age 3+
Engaging sci-fi cartoon for preschoolers.
Network: NBC, PBS, qubo
(2005)
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Maisy TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Gentle, nurturing, fun preschool program.
Network: Nick Jr., qubo
(1999)
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Boohbah TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Move, solve, think, & talk with active learning.
Network: PBS
(2005)
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