Parents' Guide to

Bloop & Loop

By Kari Croop, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 2+

Colorful friends model cooperation and imagination.

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Parents won't be wowed by Bloop & Loop (and might even find their babble borderline maddening). But that's OK, because this effectively entrancing series was created for a much younger audience. Babies and toddlers will be the most interested by far, thanks to the eye-catching colors, the soothing music, and the bubble-guessing game that never wavers from its formulaic pattern, not to mention Bloop & Loop's unique way of communicating outside the constructs of conventional language.

So what are kids learning from Bloop & Loop? Well, the lessons are subtle for sure, but they include abstract thinking and object recognition -- and if a parent is actively watching with them, learning the names of the pictures they're seeing on-screen. The main characters also do a fair share of positive role-modeling, demonstrating cooperation and imagination with every squeal and giggle.

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