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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Field trip to the farm teaches tots about green living.

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age 8+

Based on 8 parent reviews

age 3+


This show is so disgusting, it makes me want to puke.
age 18+


This show is terrifying. I don’t understand how people are watching it and not seeing anything creepy. They have live action mouths and eyes plastered onto badly drawn heads. It looks extremely horrifying and I don’t understand how kids could possibly enjoy this and how adults can say it’s a good show. The message is irrelevant when the visuals make you want to curl up into a ball and cry.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (8 ):
Kids say (5 ):

Dirtgirlworld introduces preschoolers to eco-friendly concepts like sustainable living and recycling in a kid-friendly way that will get youngsters' gears turning about environmentalism. Dirtgirl and her friends – including the alternative energy-buff scrapboy – not only show kids the basics of green living, they also make it look fun.

Don't be surprised if your little fans get the bug to start digging in the dirt or powering household appliances by pedal power, but if living green isn't your thing, don't sweat it too much. With this age group, it's easy enough to take eco-friendly baby steps like planting an herb garden or powering down the TV for a night, and who knows? Maybe these will blossom into projects the whole family can enjoy together.

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