A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Many songs in the collection of episodes are intended to be educational. Topics included learning good habits, letters, numbers, nature, and animals. A balance of education and fun!
You always have more fun when you're with friends. Curiosity, imagination, and teamwork are all important.
Positive Role Models
Pocoyo and his friends enjoy singing and dancing with each other while learning new things.
Pocoyo and his friends are all different shapes, sizes, and colors with various talents. The main human characters lack racial diversity.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Pocoyo: Nursery Rhymes is a spin-off of the popular preschool series Pocoyo. Pocoyo and his friends learn about a variety of subjects, from holidays to nature, through singing and dancing in this musical series. Themes include education, friendship, and fun. Each episode features several songs that inspire viewers to want to sing along and learn. The structure of the show is engaging for young audiences.
Is It Any Good?
This fun, upbeat show educates through songs and dancing. Viewers learn social emotional lessons, by observing the character's facial expressions and body language, along with the educational focus of each song. The show's brightly colored animation style helps to focus attention on what is most important in each scene. The themed nature of songs in each episode makes for a simple and easy to understand story. A great watch for preschoolers!
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