Mighty Little Bheem

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 4+

Toddler's cute adventures show off Indian culture.

Parents say

age 3+

Based on 13 reviews

Kids say

age 5+

Based on 2 reviews

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age 8+

NOT a quality show. VIOLENCE is prominent. DO BETTER PARENTS.

This show offers little to no educational value and a whole lot of violence. Educating on culture is NOT something that is done in the 2-3 year old age group. The fact that parents on here praising this show for nothing but being a good BABYSITTER is repulsive. I am all for screen time when parents need a few minutes but there are HUNDREDS more shows that can offer a QUALITY experience. You parents and your children need to turn on Bluey. PLEASE SCREEN YOUR CHILDRENS WATCHING EXPERIENCES. Parents need to be present enough to actually know what is rotting their child's mind. Passing this off as cultural education for fear of upsetting the sensitive side of the world is disgusting. My children will know all about culture without animals getting their faces smashed in and kicked to death to save another. Do better parents.

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Too much violence
age 2+

Cute, Diverse Show

My 2 year old loves this show. He thinks it’s funny. I love that the episodes are short, usually about 6ish minutes so it’s easy to use them as a transition tool. As a teacher, I love that it doesn’t have words. It’s great for building inference skills.

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