Parent reviews for LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

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age 7+

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age 7+

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age 7+

Based on 129 reviews

age 7+
I've been a fan of this show since I was 10 and I'm 19 now

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age 5+

Great show

My kids really like this show I watch it with them all the time I would say that they should watch it on their own on season 1, 2, 3, and 4 because 5, 6, 7, and 8, are a bit dark, So I would say with adult supervision it teaches kids to never give up and face there fears.

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age 4+

The Flakes

I think ninjago is the best it makes acual sence

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age 9+

Not a little kids show

This show was a big part of my childhood, began watching it when I was 10, I’m 19 and I still watch and love this show. People only say it’s a little kids show solely cause the characters are lego people but don’t care to pay attention to the plot. And even though there is no gory violence or blood, I think there’s some things in the show that would be too much for little kids to handle, like for example the overlord possessing Garmadon, which ngl kinda freaked me out as a kid, but not to the point where I had nightmares all the time and the seasons get darker and more mature as they go, including possession(season 5 where Lloyd gets possessed by a ghost), betrayal and more death. A revived Garmadon nearly beating his own son to death in season 8 is definitely too dark for a little kids show, and Garmadon tearing apart Mr E in season 9 would be too much as well, yes I know he’s a robot but if he were a human, that scene would’ve never made the final cut, also Harumi dying on a crumbling building and the fact she saw her parents die cause of the great devourer. Great show for kids at least 9 or older and I won’t stop watching

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age 9+

Toxic Masculinity for a New Generation

Wow. I can't believe we are still promoting this level toxic masculinity in the 21st Century. I appreciate the Sensei chiming in with wisdom here and there but 90% of this show is these 4 obnoxious little boys bragging about who is more awesome and trying to show each other up. They are completely obsessed with fighting, weapons, cars that go vroom, and just generally showing off. They strive to be heroes not because they want to help but because they want to be #1. They only care about who gets to become The Green Ninja. (i.e.: The Best Ninja) The Sensei does his best to teach the boys good lessons but he is treated as a side character and tends to get shoved into the background. As of course does the only female character, Nya. She starts out as having the stereotypical roles of "damsel in distress" and "love interest". They make a half-decent attempt to give her some agency by making her a secret samurai who often saves the day, but generally her character is given 2nd class status. She rarely appears and when she does is usually performing some sort of domestic function along with the "old man" sensei. If your kids watch this, particularly if they are boys, talk to them about respect and kindness. Make sure they know there is more to life than "winning". Teach them about problem solving that doesn't involve punching or blowing things up. Shows like this are why little boys grow up to be violent, abusive, emotional cripples.
age 2+

NINJA NEVER QUIT

Love it it had good quality and it has some sort of remix through out the show This show is so good. perfect And I would like to thank the animators, the designers, the music production, and camera work through out the whole show and has passion and effort and I would see more because this is an interesting thing to watch and a thing i would add as a favorite show to watch on your free time I been watching this show since I was 8 and now I'm still loving it, keep doing you I wouldn't change a thing

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age 6+

This is OK but....

I think TV series should be limited to a shorter number of seasons. My son watches this 24/7 if he can. NOTHING ELSE. I love Lego too but I want my child to watch human interaction to learn about how people really work. 15 seasons of this? Seriously?
age 6+

BEST SHOW EVER!!!!! THIS IS YOUR SIGN TO WATCH NINJAGO!!!!!

I don't know where to start! This is an amazing show and I am obsessed with the plot and characters!!!! You HAVE to watch it. it has everything in it!!! If you like shows with good storylines, twists, and friendships then you have to watch it!!!! The higher you get in seasons the better it gets!! I also recommend the Ninjago movie which you do not have to watch the show to understand. THIS IS YOUR SIGN TO WATCH NINJAGO!!!!

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age 2+

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age 10+

Great show, just definetely not suitable for kids under 10!

My son is 7, and he got scared and cried with a couple of episodes (he is more of a 'Dragons: Rescue Riders' watcher), that's when I paid attention and realized it is not a show for kids under at least 10! We stopped watching it for now. Some kids are stronger than others and can withstand more violence, but to be safe, I recommend to let them handle strong fights and psycho villains when older! Other than that, it is a very good show to watch in family, probably when my son is 10 we will resume it.

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