Connie the Cow

TV review by
Larisa Wiseman, Common Sense Media
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This curious little cow will charm preschoolers.

Parents say

age 3+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 7+
Based on 4 reviews

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The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Positive Messages

Connie is always eager to help her fellow animals solve their problems.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this captivating series inspires children to be curious and explore their surroundings. It also teaches basic scientific concepts and helps young viewers develop their observation skills by describing and comparing animals, plants, and other things found in nature.

User Reviews

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Adult Written byApexPredator24 March 31, 2014

What is it with all these trolls?

Quit smack talking this show! All those bad comments, those are all lies! This is a great TV show and there is no nudity, swearing, violence or drinking whatsoe... Continue reading
Adult Written byAjkjj November 14, 2012

Please come back to TV!

My little children like this show. It's so cute!
Kid, 11 years old June 18, 2011

i miss this show

i think its a really great show i mean im only 11 but i still would watch it if it wer on dish network on nickjr.beacause its a really great show i used to watc... Continue reading
Teen, 14 years old Written byHTFMime November 2, 2010
Wow... I used to like this show. When it went off the air I cried alot! :'-(

What's the story?

Noggin's delightful animated series CONNIE THE COW follows the daily adventures of a sweet little cow who lives on a farm with her nurturing parents, Mollie and Bill. Connie is ever so curious about the world around her and spends much of her time exploring nature and talking to the other animals she encounters about her questions and discoveries. Connie's always eager to help others, and she always learns something valuable during each adventure -- either about nature (such as the purpose of an animal's tail) or proper behavior (such as the importance of telling the truth).

Is it any good?

Connie herself is infinitely likable, with her insatiable curiosity and cheerful disposition. She and her friends show a zest for life that's contagious -- they make something as simple as jumping into a cool pond on a hot day seem like a full-body treatment at a luxurious spa. And their way of expressing joy is irresistibly cute -- Patch the puppy, for example, turns upside down and wiggles his toes when he's happy, while Connie jumps straight up in the air as her feet fly in all directions. As she goes through her day, Connie is usually presented with a challenge or dilemma that she must solve -- whether it's learning how to count so she can play hide-and-seek, or helping two butterflies learn how to tell a rainstorm is coming.

If viewers aren't immediately drawn in by Connie and her friends' charming accents, they'll surely be captivated by the cartoon's pastiche of vibrant colors and dazzling, imaginative designs that adorn the animals and insects. There's so much to look at in every scene, whether it's a wonderfully weird, patterned bug crawling up a tree or the gorgeously artistic scenery. The tasks at the end of each segment involve colorful depictions of animals, plants, and insects, which gets kids excited to learn about nature. Overall, the show gets straight A's for visual entertainment and educational value and for inspiring preschoolers to be curious about all the wonderful things that surround them.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about each episode and what children learned from it. What did Connie set out to do at the beginning of the episode? What problem or challenge did she encounter? How did she solve it? What did she learn during the episode? What kind of task did Connie ask you to help her with? What did you learn from it?

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