A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It teaches the importance of doing certain tasks, like washing hands, brushing teeth, and picking up toys. It also addresses the potential consequences of not doing them. These lessons are offered as humorous songs composed in ways that are easy for kids to follow (and eventually sing along to).
It’s important to do the right things for yourself, and for other people. There are also consequences for doing (or not doing) things.
Positive Role Models
Teddles can be impertinent, but then does the right thing once his friends help him see the importance of doing what he is supposed to do.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Teddles is a live-action series that combines singing and colorful puppets to teach everyday lessons to small children. The messages are easy for young viewers to understand, and can help them make positive choices when asked to perform daily tasks.
Is It Any Good?
The series, which is also available in Spanish, uses humorous songs and puppets to teach young children in ways that are both entertaining and informative. The lessons it offers are easy to understand, and chances are that they can relate many of them to their own experiences.
Each two-minute installment is short enough for small kids to handle, and lively enough to keep them engaged. As a result, Teddles offers a catchy and fun chance to motivate children to make good choices in their daily lives.
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