Chloe's Closet

TV review by
Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Girl's imaginative escapades will inspire preschoolers' own.

Parents say

age 2+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 5+
Based on 2 reviews

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Educational Value

The show is full of valuable takeaways about friendship, kindness, and being helpful. Kids also see the joy of imaginative play through Chloe and her friends.

Positive Messages

The series encourages kids’ imaginative play by showing Chloe and her friends engaging in make believe. The characters use problem-solving skills to tackle troubles like getting the hiccups and overcoming fears.

Positive Role Models & Representations

Chloe and her friends are kind and strive to help those around them. They use good manners and are always receptive to the lessons they learn.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this British animated series for preschoolers celebrates the joy of make believe and inspires kids to explore their own imaginations. Chloe and her friends enjoy seeing new places and experiencing new adventures, and along the way they put their problem-solving skills to use fixing kid-sized woes like getting rid of the hiccups and beating a fear of the dark.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent Written byboopeanut September 5, 2010
Parent of a 2 year old Written bygerbowski August 9, 2012

Good show for preschoolers

A great little show for preschoolers that both entertains and educates. My son enjoys it, even though it is geared more toward girls.
Teen, 14 years old Written byMy1ten0baby January 6, 2014

Good Show

Chloe's Closet is for young kids and is suppose to be the best show around.
Kid, 11 years old November 19, 2010

What's the story?

In CHLOE’S CLOSET, a magical armoire becomes a portal to new adventures for Chloe (voiced by Eleanor Webster), her friends Tara (Siobhan Ni Thuairisg) and Jet (Olsin Kerans), and her special blanket, Lovely Carrot (Paul Tylak). Each time Chloe opens her closet, new dress-up clothes await to whisk the friends away on a trip of their own imagining.

Is it any good?

This delightful UK series caters to preschoolers’ zest for make believe and will inspire kids' own creativity when they see what Chloe’s imagination has in store for them. Her fun-filled escapades also offer the animated friends a chance to put their problem-solving skills to good use, as each episode features a kid-size woe (having the hiccups, for instance) that the pals must overcome.

What’s more, the show is filled with gentle messages for tots about kindness, friendship, and generosity, ensuring that kids come away from the show with something positive.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about Chloe’s adventures. What places did she visit? Who did she meet there? How was her imaginary self different from her real self?

  • Kids: What kind of make-believe games do you like to play? What clothing or other props help you think up your own adventures? Why is it fun to imagine things?

  • How do Chloe, Tara, and Jet show that they’re good friends? How do you treat your friends?

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