A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Kids can learn how to observe different weather patterns. It also shows how you can use your imagination to have fun and solve problems.
You can have fun outside, regardless of most weather, if you try.
Positive Role Models
Nelly, Nora, and their parents are very close and loving.
Violence & Scariness
The winds blow, sheep get spooked and run away, and other things happen, but nothing violent.
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Products & Purchases
There are DVDs and books associated with this series.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Nelly & Nora is an Irish animated series that shows preschoolers how to have fun outside in different types of weather. The relationships between the two sisters and the rest of their family and friends are very positive and upbeat, and set positive examples for young viewers. Imagination and creativity are used to problem solve, too.
Is It Any Good?
Each short installment of this cheerful series teaches that it's always possible to have fun outside, even if the weather isn't perfect. The energetic sisters have a loving relationship with each other, and their parents, who help them out whenever necessary. But they also enjoy using their imagination to come up with games to play, and to problem solve when some of them don't work out as expected. Nelly & Nora are a delightful pair, and no doubt will appeal to young kids.
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