Parents' Guide to

Go Jetters

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Young heroes' travels introduce kids to world geography.

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age 3+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 3+

Go Go Go Jetters

Great show for kids teaches kids about geography Great characters

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age 3+

Fun and educational

My 3 year old loves Go Jetters and learns so much from it. The 'click-on' tools the heroes use are fascinating to him and he has picked up a lot of information about geography too.

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Is It Any Good?

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These heroes' exciting adventures take them from the Great Wall of China to the Golden Gate Bridge, with stops at all kinds of fascinating places in between. Some of the names may be familiar to kids -- the Statue of Liberty, Big Ben, Mount Rushmore, and the North Pole, for instance -- but others will be new even to grown-ups who watch. Each setting gives the Go Jetters and the audience lots of opportunities to learn through instruction and by immersion, as the characters explore the sights and sounds of each destination.

Preschoolers will enjoy Go Jetters' humor and the team camaraderie that exists among the four heroes. Ubercorn's persona is a surprising and somewhat inexplicable departure from the rest of the humanesque characters, but it adds a workable element of fantasy to the mix. Happily the show's villain isn't threatening so much as he is goofy and exceedingly mischievous, so there never feels like any real danger at play. This smart series is a fun introduction to the ideas of cultural and geographical diversity as well as a kid-appropriate glimpse at some of the world's most impressive places.

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