Mofy

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Cute animals learn about emotions in sweet preschool show.

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Educational Value

Teaches children how to make sense of their emotions, and manage their feelings in ways that are honest, but appropriate. It also highlights the importance of thinking about the consequences of our actions, and learning from our mistakes. 

Positive Messages

Emotional responses are normal, and feelings are natural, but we need to understand and manage them. We also grow from our mistakes. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Mofy and her friends are kind and sweet. They sometimes make mistakes, but they learn from them. The Moon is always right. 

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The Mofy franchise includes songs, plush toys, and videos. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Mofy is a animated series that teaches lessons about understanding and managing emotions and feelings. The lessons presented here are positive, and designed to help preschoolers with personal growth. 

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Teen, 13 years old Written byCinnamini March 20, 2020

A great teaching show

A show teaching about great morals.

What's the story?

MOFY is an animated series about a young rabbit learning about emotions and feelings. Mofy lives in a puffy cotton ball, and likes spending time with her friends in the forest, including Kerry the frog, Mogu the hedgehog, and a pair of squirrels named Lee and Sioux. Every day she is full of all sorts of emotional responses, which lead to feelings like sadness, jealousy, happiness, and fear. But bit by bit she learns to process them, and with the help of The Moon every night, she is able to think about how she feels about the day’s events, and what she’s learned as a result. 

Is it any good?

This sweet and gentle series offers preschoolers a chance to learn about emotions and feelings by showing how Mofy and her friends manage theirs. From being scared of a black crow, to feeling sad about arriving late to an eclipse party, Mofy features activities and adventures that elicit various emotional responses from the cast. The discussions between them, and The Moon’s simple teachings, offer understandable explanations about the cause of these feelings, and what can be done to maintain, regulate, or change them. These are valuable lessons, but it’s also colorful and fun, making it a great option for young viewers.  

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the difference between feelings and emotions? Why is it important to understand both?

  • What does Mofy teach us about the things we do that may cause us to feel bad, or angry, or upset? Is it ok to have these feelings? How can we change our behaviors to help us feel good the next time? 

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For kids who love preschool fun

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