A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Incorporates basic preschool learning concepts like colors, letters, and numbers as well as introductory science and math concepts like "bigger than." Blippi and Meekah spend each episode exploring new interesting places and learning new things. For example, they go to a children's museum and learn about airplanes, cars and even some elementary physics concepts.
There's a big emphasis on being curious and getting excited about exploring new things. They often say things like, "I sure do love learning new things!"
Positive Role Models
Blippi and Meekah compliment and praise each other. They are also always willing to try and learn new things.
The title character is a Black woman, she's accompanied by her best friend who is a White man. Their friendship is positive and they are treated as equals.
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Products & Purchases
There's a lot of Blippi and Meekah merchandise available for kids.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Meekah is a spin-off of preschool show Blippi. In the show, Meekah and Blippi are best friends and go on adventures together in order to see and learn new things. They're always positive and kind, and the show incorporates basic preschool math and science concepts as well as colors, letters, and numbers.
Is It Any Good?
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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