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The cast is diverse, and their message is all about learning and sharing ideas.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this fun, fast-paced show is hosted by a multi-racial cast of seven. The premise is to introduce viewer-generated ideas for many different kinds of projects, all of which are easily reproducible at home.
Is It Any Good?
Zoom reflects the myriad interests of middle-elementary kids. Fun and enlightening at the same time, everything in the series is presented by a cheerful and talented multi-racial cast. Tapes guest segments include a deaf boy explaining his life and dreams to viewers, and a French girl discussing her love of singing.
The show's science experiments are fun and practical, including testing for skin sensitivity and sense perception. All of the materials and procedures are clearly explained so kids can try them at home, and the cast encourages viewers to send their results and ideas in. It's fun and clever, and a cut above typical TV fare.
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