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Parents' Guide to

Rescue Heroes

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

First responders teach kids important safety skills.

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Rescue Heroes does a lot of things right, from casting true-to-life heroes like firefighters and police officers in place of superpower-charged men of steel to keeping the stories' content relatable to the kids who are watching. Each episode involves a different emergency situation of some kind, and whether it's a house fire or weather-related dangers, viewers will pick up useful tips for staying safe in similar scenarios themselves. Thanks to Billy Blazes and his team, kids see the value of knowing how to prevent an emergency and how to stay safe if they find themselves in one.

For a cartoon with such an emphasis on teaching, though, Rescue Heroes never comes across as preachy or overly instructional, which ensures that kids will give their full attention to the stories. What's more, the show's careful attention to the relationships among the characters allows kids to learn from their actions and subsequent consequences, which aren't always happy but do offer important social messages.

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