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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Ties crafts into an educational lesson.
Products & Purchases
Some projects use kits or materials available at certain stores, but there's no sense that the program is really pitching them.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that if kids are at all interested in this program, they're going to want to make one of the featured crafts, which tend to require specialized materials you probably don't have on hand. It might be best to tape and preview the show in order to be prepared (or visit the show's Web site) if your TV listings offer episode information.
Is It Any Good?
This show is a great idea that's poorly executed. With the surge of home decorating and do-it-yourself programming available for adults, a project show for kids seems like a home run. Unfortunately, with its poor production values and uninspired presenters, this one seems unlikely to fill the void. The lessons, unfortunately, are no more inspiring than the presenters. All crafts require not only parental supervision, but also participation and explanation for any child young enough to be interested. What's more, there's often a long wait time between steps, a challenge for any child.
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