Get Rolling with Otis

TV review by Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media
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age 2+

Sweet, gentle barnyard show teaches preschoolers empathy.

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age 4+
It is the very first movie for my 4-year-old child. As a great fan of tractors, he's really interested in the character Otis the tractor. This show has a really good storyline for a preschooler to understand. Plus, the length of each episode is quite moderate for a child to watch, lasting approximately 20-30 minutes.

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age 2+

This show is so cute!

My daughter loves this show. It’s calm, has colorful animation, shows positive interactions between others, and has a storyline she can understand. My daughter likes to pretend play the scenes and will tell me “I can help mom, I’m a hearty helper” and will help cleanup, put things away, etc. It’s very sweet and we would recommend.

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