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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Colorful Canadian series about creativity, problem-solving.

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This colorful preschool series teaches lessons about problem-solving, teamwork, and friendship. It also underscores the importance of being inventive when looking for ways to resolve problems, and highlights how learning new things can be both helpful and fun.

Regardless of whether viewers are familiar with the magazine, Chirp spins relatable tales that are designed to encourage imaginative play. A lot of positive and educational messages are included, but they're delivered in a way that's both entertaining and engaging.

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