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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The Looney Builders have to use executive function skills such as organization, time management, perseverance, and attention while completing building projects. Although the characters use these skills, they aren't labeled and there isn't a clear educational curriculum. The focus is on fun entertainment for children.
It's important to work together as a team. You can accomplish anything if you have a plan and never give up.
Positive Role Models
The Looney Builders want to make Looneyburg a safer and happier place for all their friends and neighbors.
The Looney Builders are animals of different shapes, sizes, and colors. They all have unique skills and personalities. Friendship and teamwork are major themes of the show.
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Violence & Scariness
Cartoon-style violence, like crashing through buildings or misusing dangerous tools, is featured.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Bugs Bunny Builders is an animated children's show that modernizes the classic Looney Tunes squad. Bugs Bunny and his closest friends build helpful things around Looneyburg. The bright animation, zany storylines, and signature sound effects keep audiences engaged. Themes of the 11-minute episodes include problem solving, friendship, and the importance of working together as a team.
Is It Any Good?
This series brings fun, new life to the classic and beloved Looney Tunes characters. Bugs Bunny Builders is fresh, comedic, and entertaining. The main character's original personalities and quirks still resonate with a young audience today. Children who love the Looney Tune characters, along with those who have a passion for building and trucks, will find the show silly and engaging. While Bugs Bunny Builders has some mild animated danger, the primary message is about teamwork, overcoming obstacles, and friendship.
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