Rainbow Rangers

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 4+

Unique friends combine character strengths to help others.

Parents say

age 3+

Based on 16 reviews

Kids say

age 4+

Based on 9 reviews

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age 3+

My whole family loves this show!

My kids love this show. I love this show! Strong female characters that are also super cute and fun to watch. Great lessons in each episode, from teaching grit to working together to building confidence. They cover many interesting environmental stories, dealing with serious topics (pollution, deforestation, habitat loss, etc.) in a way that kids of varied ages can understand and enjoy. I'm thrilled my kids are watching a show with such great messages. They need to make more of these since we've watched all of the eps a million times already!

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age 5+


Firstly, I’m extremely shocked how many positive the comments are on this show. However I’m guessing it’s not that widely viewed. Rainbow rangers is awful and I honestly the the attitude of the girls is quite rude & They all seem to have a temper. They may be getting angry about the situation that aren’t good however they are just annoying and I feel like there isn’t really anything to learn from this it’s one of them where it just pointless. I just find there attitude irritating and stupid the one girl blue one always gets chosen and always acts like she knows more than the other. Yellow girl always acts stupid and the others have a temper or a cba sort of attitude. Like that it’s showing kids to take care of environment but then the missions they do are a bit pointless so I don’t think kids really learning much from it

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