A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Teaches toddlers numbers, letters, and social skills.
Shows small children it's ok to try new and sometimes scary things. Songs also teach social skills with messages like "playing nice is right," "when we play, we will take turns," and "we share."
Positive Role Models
Baby John is often nervous about new experiences but quickly finds the courage to try with his family's encouragement.
Baby John's family and nearly all of his friends are White.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Little Angel is an animated show for toddlers and young preschoolers that uses songs to teach letters, numbers, and social skills.
Is It Any Good?
Vivid colors, upbeat music, and a calm tone make this animated series perfectly engaging, but not overly stimulating, for toddlers. With a pre-verbal main character and hardly any spoken dialogue, Little Angel relies on simple storylines that only last the length of a song, making them perfectly suited to the attention span of very young viewers. The show models common scenarios, like learning to share, and uses the natural repetition of songs to teach lessons in multiple scenarios, making them more impactful. Many of the songs are set against familiar melodies so that kids will catch on quickly. Silly moments will also have toddlers laughing and asking for this show on repeat.
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