Parents' Guide to

My Friends Tigger & Pooh

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

New girl pal joins the Hundred Acre Wood gang.

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age 3+

Based on 7 parent reviews

age 4+

Amazing Educational Preschool Show!

Provides a Gentle-Learning Mystery Adventure Environment For Preschool Children Tigger + Pooh Talk About Why We Make Mistakes On Why It’s Okay To Have A Mistake Then Correct It Every Time It Happens Lessons Teach Children That No One Is Perfect Because Human Beings Make Mistakes Which Is No Big Deal Ways To Solve Mistakes Is What They Talk About The Most Then Avoiding Constant Mistakes Is What They Help Children Dealing With

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age 2+

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Is It Any Good?

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Life in the Hundred Acre Wood is always full of fun and frolic, especially when there are new friends to share it with. And for Darby and Buster, being with friends like Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and Eeyore often means helping them puzzle through the curious things that happen in their everyday lives. As the team solves mysteries, they show preschoolers the value of being inquisitive and reflective about the world around them -- as well as the benefits of teamwork. Throughout the discovery process, the characters interact directly with their young viewers, posing questions like "Can you think of where that might be?" and pausing for answers. They also encourage little ones' participation in catchy sing-along songs that quickly become familiar to regular viewers.

The series' bright, engaging animation and simple storylines are sure to capture preschoolers' attention, and parents will probably enjoy this endearing show almost as much as their kids do. And even though Christopher Robin is MIA, there's no need for long-time fans of A.A. Milne's classic characters to worry: In this case, modernization only enhances what you already love about Pooh and his pals, and the newcomers fit flawlessly into the fold.

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