Parents' Guide to

Becca's Bunch

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Charming woodland characters model friendship, cooperation.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

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age 3+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 2+

Educational and refreshingly easy to watch for adults

Such a new and creative show with excellent lessons and learning opportunities for kids, always a bonus that it isn’t an annoying show like some of them that us parents end up having to listen to, gets a 5 star rating from me, my little one loves it!! The theme tune is also stuck in all of our heads

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age 3+

A refreshing and educational show

My kids are just obsessed with this after just watching 2 or 3 episodes, especially little Pedro the worm!! The animation is beautiful and the thought process behind the show teaches kids to never give up, amazing show would definitely recommend, AWESOME!

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models

Is It Any Good?

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Parents say (3):
Kids say (2):

Multiple animation styles converge to create the charming visual effect of this quaint preschool series. Becca and her friends are impossibly cute, made all the more so by their big personalities. The four main characters are very different from each other, and with Becca's gregariousness, Russell's carefree enthusiasm, Pedro's cautiousness, and Sylvia's quiet loyalty, kids are sure to relate to some and be inspired by others.

Becca's Bunch caters to the preschool audience with engaging scenarios and stories that emphasize themes about overcoming challenges and being a good friend and neighbor. As kids see Becca and her friends work together to accomplish goals, they will recognize the value of the characters' cooperation and respect for each other. It's only by sharing ideas and trying new things that these woodland creatures enjoy their memorable adventures.

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