Team Umizoomi

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

age 3+

Super team teaches preschoolers real-life math applications.

Parents say

age 3+

Based on 49 reviews

Kids say

age 4+

Based on 44 reviews

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age 4+

Good starter show

Fun show for 4-5 year olds. Doesn't teach much math or anything else really, but fun to watch and easy to follow.

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age 2+

Never too Young

My daughter isn’t even 2 yet and loves this show! Yeah she tunes in and out cause she’s barely 15 months old but when she’s tuned in, she tries singing along and talking the characters. And as for one reviewer who said the team was looking for a 7-sided shape and kept calling it a hexagon...this was in Season 2 Episode 8...the team was clearly saying heptagon (which is indeed a 7-sided shape) so no, the team was not incorrect at any point in the episode. And as for the gender color issue... my daughter’s favorite color is blue, so you’d think her fave character would be Geo, yet Millie is actually her favorite. So I don’t think there’s a gender color issue. Regarding the names of the team members, I personally think the play on words is fun. I don’t think kids would actually enjoy the show if their fave characters had difficult or boring names. If Bot was just called Robot, or if Millie was called Millimeter, or Geo was called Geometry kids would be less interested and put off. The names are also simple and way easier for little kids to say...which if I remember correctly, this show is directed at kids...not grown ups. My daughter loves the show, it’s very educational, fun, innovative, family friendly, and supports teamwork, friendly behavior, and kindness.

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