Parents' Guide to

Meekah

By Stephanie Morgan, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Best friends encourage being curious and adventurous.

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age 3+

Based on 2 parent reviews

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age 3+

A nice calm show for little ones

I personally wish it was just Meekah without the addition of Blippi, but my daughter seemed to really enjoy the show. Thankfully Blippi does not make an appearance in every episode. I love the modeling of curiosity and learning and exposure to different activities and environments.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Much like its predecessor, this is a gentle and comforting show that invites preschoolers to be curious. In Meekah, both the title character and her best friend are adults who act like kids, engaging with the world in an open and amazed manner as only young children do. They don't teach anything directly, instead modeling learning while exploring new places, sometimes speaking directly to the viewer and inviting them to come along on their adventures.

The show also models positive behaviors for young children, showing Blippi and Meekah playing and sharing with each other in a kind and respectful way. The short episodes are easily digestible, and may just get kids excited to get up off the couch and go do some exploring of their own.

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