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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Specific instructions are provided so that children can replicate arts and crafts projects at home. Problem-solving and coordination are also addressed. Some of what is featured reflects basic STEAM principles.
Arts and crafts inspire creative and critical thinking, as well as problem-solving. They're fun, too.
Positive Role Models
The diverse group of kids don't always agree at first, but then work together to find a solution that makes sense. They are polite, kind, and helpful. Neighbors like Mr. Groucho can be moody, but the kids still help him.
Violence & Scariness
Sometimes people get upset over things and cry or give out a yell.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Crafty Kids Club is a French children's series (dubbed into English) that highlights how arts and crafts can inspire creative thinking and problem-solving while still being fun. Instructions are also provided on how to re-create the projects featured on the show, and include reminders to ask parents to help when necessary. While it's not necessarily a STEAM-specific series, some of the activities reflect basic STEAM principles; they're also environmentally friendly.
Is It Any Good?
This fun, colorful series does an excellent job of showing how arts and crafts can be used to teach problem-solving. The young cast members use their imagination, creativity, and critical thinking skills to come up with different ideas, which they then discuss and refine in order to come up with workable solutions. Meanwhile, they show how basic tools like scissors and glue, recycled items, and other everyday items can be easily used to create useful, handmade goods. Young arts and crafts lovers will enjoy Crafty Kids Club and no doubt be inspired to re-create the featured projects at home.
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