Parents' Guide to

Little Charmers

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Friendly magic-making problem solvers make good role models.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 7+

Based on 9 parent reviews

age 10+


It is very bad for little children. There are bad messages in this show. I have seen it and it is bad. It will give you depressed because of all that was happing.If you want to watch this show get ready for therapy.

This title has:

Too much violence
age 10+

Not for kids its intended for.

My nephew is 2 years old, this show teaches nothing. Maybe about sharing but no counting, no ABC's, just a bunch of nonsense about magical little girls. I would say it's a show for children 10 and up where they can just sit and watch it for the entertainment it provides. It's kind of like SpongeBob.... You watch it, but it doesn't actually benefit you.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (9):
Kids say (11):

This series is as charming as its title suggests, thanks in large part to the cute main characters and their comical mishaps. Magical talents aside, they're much like the preschool girls to whom the show is geared: well-intentioned, eager to help, and always brimming with ideas. But, just as in the real world, Hazel, Lavender, and Posie learn very quickly that solving problems usually isn't a one-step process.

Kids will enjoy the fun challenges the girls must face in Little Charmers, and parents will be happy to see that every story is rich in examples of characters with strong self-esteem and the perseverance to see tasks through. Along the way are frequent reminders that learning and growing are lengthy processes that require patience and occasionally call for the help of someone who's been there, such as a parent.

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