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Mister Maker Comes To Town

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Fun visits from expert inspire preschoolers to get creative.

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The energetic and colorful series uses The Mister Maker formula of live-action, puppetry, and magical moments to show young children how they can use seemingly ordinary things into extraordinary creations. From using random plastic pieces, glue, and string to create letters of the alphabet, to showing folks how to make drums out of rubber gloves and cans in under two minutes, it invites viewers to look at every day items as potential crafting and building materials. Like its parent series, it also offers quick (but clear) lessons about shapes, letters, colors, numbers, counting, and other things crucial to a preschooler's development. Overall, Mister Maker Comes To Town is a great show for teaching children how to work with their hands to be artists and builders, while being imaginative and creative throughout the process.

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