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Lellobee City Farm

By Stephanie Snyder, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Singalong show for the preschool crowd teaches life skills.

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age 13+

Based on 1 parent review

age 13+

Progressive version of cocomelon

This review is very subjective, but lellobee is trying to be a very progressive version of cocomelon. My state's school board believe similar content should be appropriate for teens. Other states have different opinions which is great. As for my family I'll just download the top 20 cocomelon videos and restrict my children to just that, and not rely on any algorithm to determine what my child watches.

Is It Any Good?

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Vivid images and catchy songs make this singalong show stand out in the crowded musical preschool genre. Lellobee City Farm is reminiscent of other musical shows for preschoolers, but the setting adds a new twist, giving families more to talk about than the typical music video show. The special retreat, set in the middle of the city, can inspire learning about urban gardening, caring for animals, and appreciation of nature, on top of the educational content the show provides. Additionally, it hints at the beauty of the urban setting, in all of its culturally diverse glory.

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