TV Reviews

Super WHY! TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Young heroes' adventures build reading skills.
Network: PBS Kids
(2007)
Wilbur TV Poster Image
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age 3+
A "mooovelous" intro to reading for preschoolers.
Network: Discovery Family Channel
(2007)
The Electric Company (1970s) TV Poster Image
age 5+
Sesame Street/Laugh-In hybrid taught Gen X to read.
Network: PBS
(1971)
Go, Diego, Go TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Dora's cousin rescues animals and delights kids.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2005)
Signing Time TV Poster Image
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age 2+
Sweet introduction to American Sign Language.
Network: PBS
(2006)
Jeopardy! TV Poster Image
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age 8+
What is a classic trivia show with a catchy tune?
Network: Syndicated
(1964)
Maisy TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Gentle, nurturing, fun preschool program.
Network: Nick Jr., qubo
(1999)
Play with Me Sesame TV Poster Image
age 3+
Lovable Muppets invite preschoolers to play along.
Network: Nick Jr., Sprout
(2002)
Crashbox TV Poster Image
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age 7+
Fun interactive show challenges grade-schoolers.
Network: HBO Family
(1999)
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood TV Poster Image
age 3+
Classic series gently promotes social skills, imagination.
Network: PBS
(1968)
Reading Rainbow TV Poster Image
age 4+
Encouraging kids to read, one book at a time.
Network: PBS
(1983)
Between the Lions TV Poster Image
age 4+
Educational TV with heart -- and a slight flaw.
Network: PBS
(2000)
Boohbah TV Poster Image
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age 3+
Move, solve, think, & talk with active learning.
Network: PBS
(2005)
Sesame Street TV Poster Image
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age 2+
Classic show endures changes, but learning content remains.
Network: PBS
(1969)

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