Umifriend, Team Umizoomi needs your help! Build a super fast speedboat with shapes, use pattern power to make chocolate and strawberry milk, fix a broken subway train, and so much more with these tiny super heroes!
Jeannie can't wait to fly her kite at the big Umi City Festival. But, when a gust of wind blows the kite out of her hands and scatters its pieces throughout Umi City, she needs Team Umizoomi's help to find the missing pieces.
Michael is at the Umi City Aquarium and there's a big problem! There's a crack in the seahorse tank and the seahorses are in danger! Team Umizoomi rushes over to the aquarium to help save the seahorses.
Today is Daniel's birthday party, but he's got a big problem! The party is about to start but his Dad is stuck on a broken subway train with the birthday cake! Daniel calls on Team Umizoomi for help, and they jump into action.
UmiCity is out of milk! As it turns out, the farmer is sick in bed and can't get any milk to the kids in the city. Never fear, Team Umizoomi step up and become farmers for the day and make sure milk gets delivered.
There's only one thing that scares the dinosaurs at the dinosaur museum;the sound of thunder! So when a big storm frightens them away, it's up to Team Umizoomi find the missing dinosaurs and lead them back home.
Geo is meeting his friend Dylan so they can get some ice cream - but when they get to the corner, they find out that the ice cream truck is missing! Geo meets up with Milli and Bot, and they set out to find the missing truck.
Right before "The Wild West Toy Train Show", a big gust of wind blows Ethan's ticket out of his hands all the way to the top of a mountain! It's up to Team Umizoomi to use their Mighty Math Powers to help get his ticket back!
Team Umizoomi gets a call from Andy, who is at the Umi City Airport. The plane can't take off because it needs gas and there's too much snow on the runway. Our mini and mighty team has got to get to the airport to help Andy!
At the playground, a storm has left the sandbox, swings, slide, and bouncy bridge in disarray! Until everything gets fixed, the park will remain closed! It's a big job, but no job is too big for Team Umizoomi!
Milli visits her friend Emily's class for Favorite Things Day! Emily can't wait to show the shells she found at the beach, but when she opens her treasure box, they're gone! It's up toTeam Umizoomi to help Emily find them.
It's Christmas Eve and someone is calling in on the Umi Alarm from faaar away... It's Santa Claus! Santa's Toy-Making Machine is broken - it's not making any toys! The team must get to Santa's Workshop and fast!
sparkles113Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2017
5.0 out of 5 starsGreat for kids
Well I wouldn't say I love this show, but my son absolutely loves this show. I have never seen him more engaged in a show more than this one. I am not sure what he likes about it, but if it keeps my son entertained that's all i care about!
Mandy MReviewed in the United States on October 25, 2015
4.0 out of 5 starsGood show for numbers and shapes
I feel like not only was it entertaining for my younger children but also helped them learn their numbers and helped them with their shapes. I've tried desperately to teach them these things with no luck because they had a lack of interest. But this kept them engaged long enough to allow them to comprehend what they were trying to teach. I dont normally allow them to watch much tv but I would definitely allow them to watch more of this show.
Sara SReviewed in the United States on October 16, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsTwo Year Old on a Spending Spree
I "accidentally" purchased this, meaning my two year old purchased it prior to me password protecting my account. Keep that in mind if you have kids as it's always fun to open your email to the purchase of Team Umizoomi Season 1. Thank goodness we did purchase it because it's much better than the free version. Why watch something for free when you can spend money on it!
MLHReviewed in the United States on August 10, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsVery pleased to have access on the go
My grandson can't get enough of umizoomi! Just wished they'd keep making them and their toys. But umizoomi plays at our house from day light to dark and has four over four months straight. It's very educational. Shapes, numbers, lessons. Very pleased to have access on the go!
ElisaReviewed in the United States on February 16, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsMy children love it.
My personal rating would be a little bit lower, but my two children, four and one, enjoy Team Umizoomi very much. In fact, my daughter claps when it shows up on the TV screen, and my son likes to call out the names of shapes and the next motif in a pattern.
Amanda J.Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsDouble the win. Babies love it and they learn while watching!
My daughter absolutely loves this show! It is great because it is teaching her new things as well while she watches making learning fun for her. It is like she is learning without even knowing. She will sit down when it comes on and just watch every episode that I allow, mind you she is a year and a half old so her being still long enough to watch something is very very rare. It really has to grab her attention and this show does just that! It is a win win, she enjoys it and learns at the same time!