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Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

Fun and learning abound in this mouse's house.
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What parents need to know

Educational value

The series teaches preschoolers problem-solving and early mathematics skills.

Positive messages

The show encourages social interaction by having characters address viewers directly, asking them questions, and having them participate in saying special phrases or cheers.

Positive role models

Mickey and his friends model teamwork, positive interactions, and encouragement.

Violence & scariness
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Sexy stuff
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Drinking, drugs, & smoking
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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is a lively series designed to help preschoolers acquire problem-solving and early mathematics skills -- and does so in a fun, exciting way. Although the show is very learning-focused, it's engaging without being intimidating.

What's the story?

MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE, a long-time favorite in Disney Channel's preschooler-oriented Playhouse Disney programming block, brings together six classic characters -- Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, and Pluto -- for a lively half-hour of learning, music, and fun. Brought to life with eye-popping 3-D computer-generated animation, Mickey and his pals invite young viewers to interact and play games with them as they solve stimulating challenges built around a particular theme.

Is it any good?


The series' unique mix of elements is a can't-miss recipe: Take some of the world's most beloved animated characters, and have them talk directly to viewers and engage them in activities. Throw in a magical, fanciful, shape-shifting clubhouse; an exciting adventure; some elements of time-tested fairy tales; and a few modern, computer-generated gadgets to keep the show current. Add a dash of CGI, with its vibrant colors and characters that look as if they might jump off the screen at any moment, and kids are sure to be hooked.

What's really great is that, in addition to the dazzling visuals, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse keeps the viewer's brain engaged almost continually -- there's always something to count, find, identify, or compare. Mickey is constantly in your face (in a good way) -- asking questions, acknowledging viewers' answers, cheering them on, and giving kudos for a job well done. He and his pals make each journey so much fun that preschoolers will forget they're actually working their brain.

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about the theme or challenge of each episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and what elements the story involved. Which characters were involved? Did they use any of Mickey's special tools or gadgets?

  • Did Mickey and his friends ask you to help them? What did they ask you to do? Did you play any games? What did the games involve?

  • How did Mickey and his friends end up solving their problem? What did you learn during this episode?

TV details

Premiere date:May 5, 2006
Cast:Russi Taylor, Tony Anselmo, Wayne Allwine
Network:Disney Channel
Topics:Friendship, Music and sing-along
Character strengths:Teamwork
TV rating:TV-Y
Available on:DVD, Streaming

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Parent of a 2 year old Written byHighTinkerMama December 27, 2010

Perfect for 1+

Totally love it! My son is 13 months and LOVES Mickey Mouse Clubhouse! Everytime it comes on you cannot be holding him or he will throw a fit and run into the other room to watch! He dances to the theme and the 'hot dog' dance ! He talks to Mickey and Friends and goes "totototo" for toodles! It's adorable!
What other families should know
Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
Kid, 10 years old March 13, 2011

Perfect Disney show for little kids!

This show teaches kids what they would need in different situations.
What other families should know
Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
Parent of a 1, 2, and 8 year old Written by3GDad June 8, 2010
MMCH is a great show that teaches kids counting, colors, shape recognition and cooperation among other things. The shows interact with the viewers. It hasn't any violence, sex, or any innuendos. Great show. Disney does a great job with shows like these.
What other families should know
Educational value
Great messages
Great role models