Tumble Leaf

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Tumble Leaf is a series aimed at preschoolers, set in a whimsical land where a small blue fox named Fig plays each day and discovers adventure, friendship and love around every bend in the path. Children will be enriched by these narratives that promote play, the fun of learning and understanding the world around them.
Starring
Christopher DownsBrooke WolloffZak McDowell
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  1. 1. Shiny Coins / Fig Finds A Shadow
    May 5, 2014
    23min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    SHINY COINS: After tossing coins to make wishes in a faraway wishing well, Fig and Maple find their way home in the dark by making giant clams laugh. FIG FINDS A SHADOW: Hedge’s fears of the dark are put to rest when he and Fig explore the Deep Dark Cave with a flashlight and discover that what they thought to be a scary giant isn’t a giant at all, but their own shadows.
  2. 2. Fig’s FlIes A Kite / Missing Muffin
    May 22, 2014
    24min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    FIG FLIES A KITE: Fig finds a kite in the Finding Place. MISSING MUFFIN: When Fig’s favorite breakfast muffin goes missing, he follows a trail of crumbs using a magnifying glass.
  3. 3. Beat of the Drumsticks / Springy Surprise
    May 22, 2014
    23min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    BEAT OF THE DRUMSTICKS: Fig and Maple try to wake Tumble Leaf’s sleepiest turtle, Gourd. SPRINGY SURPRISE: Fig helps Hedge, Maple and the Chickens plant a surprise flower garden for Pine.
  4. 4. On a Roll! / Popcorn Picture Show
    May 22, 2014
    24min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    ON A ROLL: Buckeye the Beaver wants to live closer to his friends. POPCORN PICTURE SHOW: It’s picture show night and you can’t have picture show night without popcorn, so it’s off to Popcorn Canyon.
  5. 5. Fig Blends In! / Twirling Top
    May 22, 2014
    24min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    FIG BLENDS IN!: Fig and Maple become masters of disguise when they set out to collect honey from Hive Hollow. TWIRLING TOP: Fig finds a musical top and has trouble making it spin, until he gets a few tips from Rutabaga and the Spiders at Spider Sanctuary.
  6. 6. The Swimming Hole / Bucket of Mud
    May 22, 2014
    22min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    THE SWIMMING HOLE: Fig and Maple open a Mud Pie Stand and run out of pies! BUCKET OF MUD: Fig and Hedge have plans to swim but discover that their favorite swimming pond has dried up!
  7. 7. Loopy Straw / Tumble Leaf Parade
    September 4, 2014
    23min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    LOOPY STRAW: Fig follows the bubbles he’s blown with a new straw and gets stuck in the bog. With the help of Lily the Frog and some bouncy bog bubbles, he finally makes it back to dry land. TUMBLE LEAF PARADE: It’s the day of the parade and the pinwheel on the float isn’t spinning. Fig comes to the rescue, with his new pump to power the pinwheel and pumps a “pumpalump” when they get a flat tire.
  8. 8. Icy Igloo / The Big Dig
    September 4, 2014
    23min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    ICY IGLOO: Fig and Maple use a block of ice as the inspiration for the igloo that Fig wants to build. With the help of Ice Skipper, they slip and slide through the construction of a special “Figloo.” THE BIG DIG: Fig and Hedge set out to build something on the beach with a shovel. When a cloud threatens to rain, they decide to cheer the sad little cloud by building a tall cloud tower made of sand.
  9. 9. Woohoo Kazoo! / Hide and Seek
    September 4, 2014
    24min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    WOOHOO KAZOO!: Fig finds a kazoo and joins Maple and Hedge in the Tumble Leaf Concert. A heavy fog rolls in on their way to the concert and the friends use sound to keep track of one another. HIDE AND SEEK: When Stick fails to show up for breakfast, Fig and Hedge use a megaphone to call for him. It’s not until they use the megaphone to listen, that the two best friends are reunited!
  10. 10. Fig's Speedy Sled / Parachute Play
    September 4, 2014
    23min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    FIG'S SPEEDY SLED: Fig, Maple and the chicks head to Snowy Hill for a day of sledding. As everyone wants to join in the fun, it’s up to Fig to figure out how they can all make their way up and down the snowy hillside together! PARACHUTE PLAY: Butternut wants to learn to fly and Fig and Hedge inspire her with a parachute that Fig’s found and the help of a colorful Jellibeetle.
  11. 11. The Lost Spyglass / Fig's Breakfast Surprise
    September 4, 2014
    24min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    THE LOST SPYGLASS: Hedge loses his spyglass over a steep cliff. After playing with a spider who “fishes” with its web, Fig and Hedge figure out how to retrieve the spyglass with Fig’s new magnet. BALLOON: Fig decides to surprise the Chickens with an extravagant breakfast and uses a statically-charged balloon to gather all the ingredients. Will he finish before the sleeping Chickens wake up?
  12. 12. Bedtime Story / A Treasure Hunt
    September 4, 2014
    25min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    BEDTIME STORY: Gourd the Turtle can’t fall asleep and Fig and Hedge go to Beetle Hollow to help. It’s not until they put on a puppet show with a box Fig’s found that they finally succeed and get Gourd snoring! A TREASURE HUNT: Maple finds a map and Fig finds a unique rock. They travel to Dragon Rock, and after solving some puzzles, discover that Fig’s rock is the most spectacular in Tumble Leaf!
  13. 13. Merry-Gear-Round / Pushy Pulley
    September 4, 2014
    24min
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    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Português, Русский, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Indonesia, Italiano, Nederlands, Português, Türkçe, Русский, العربية, हिन्दी, 中文(中国), 中文(台灣), 日本語, 한국어
    MERRY-GEAR-ROUND: Fig finds two little gears and he and Maple decided to construct a large playground ride for everyone in Tumble Leaf. PUSHY PULLEY: Fig and Hedge visit the Tumble Leaf Picture Plantary and help Stick’s cousin Twig and her trusty stead Timber the Yak outfit the Plantary with a pulley system, so that every picture plant growing can be easily retrieved!

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Directors
Drew Hodges
Supporting actors
Addie ZintelJodi DownsAlan FranzenburgEmily DownsAlex Trugman
Producers
Kelli BixlerDrew Hodges
Season year
2014
Network
Amazon Studios
Content advisory
Foul language
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Available to watch on supported devices

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Mercedes DantesReviewed in the United States on December 17, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsBrilliant show for curious preschoolers: problem-solving, exploration, observation, experimentation, and beautiful animation
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This show is brilliant for preschoolers and the animation is gorgeous and inventive. The story lines are all science and exploration-based. Characters are generally kind to each other and talk to one another, sharing ideas and working together to learn new things. Fig the fox (often accompanied by his friends Maple the bear and stick the caterpillar) learns through observation and his own experience. Each episode starts with the discovery of a new object in the "Finding Place." Whatever the object (a mirror, a hat, a tube, a paddle, etc.), Fox embarks on a mission of discovery or problem-solving (to figure out what it is, how it works, etc.). Unlike so many shows for young children, this one has no weapons, fighting, or any other kind of gratuitous violence. As a parent, this is one show I feel good about letting my child watch.
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JanReviewed in the United States on November 7, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsLOVE LOVE LOVE! Can't wait for more eps!
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My husband picked this show to start watching with my daughter and it didn't look very interesting to me from the cover picture and description. I was so wrong! We don't let our daughter watch much tv, but on Saturday mornings we like to cuddle in bed with a show that we can all enjoy. This one is perfect for us!

First, it's clay animation. How cool is it to see actual time and effort put into a children's show? It's fun for adults to watch and just marvel at how much detail is put into each episode. It makes me want to go and play play doh with my kid create a little world of our own! The clay-mation is not just interesting to adults, my 2.5 year old daughter is captivated by the animation too. Everything is so whimsical and cute!

The characters have the cutest names and looks. It is so adorable to hear my daughter talk about Fig, Stick, and Maple in her pretend play! One day I asked her what she was doing and she said "I'm making mud pies!" Something she saw on the show. I am not a person who believes that TV is evil for kids, but I also don't think children actually learn that much from television. Sure, they repeat things they see. But most things a parent claims a child has learned from TV could be taught faster with real world activities. I don't think my daughter actually learned what mud pies are. She is just imitating what she saw on the show. But something about this show has captivated her imagination. Something about this show makes her want to go on and pretend that she is in the world of Tumble Leaf. I think that's where the real learning takes place. Now I can make mud pies with her and she can learn through our activities. We can make mud pies from play doh or real mud (haven't been brave enough to try this yet!), or we can bake a real pie! I know parents can make any television show interactive, but this show really inspires her creativity while other shows seem to just make her zone out and stare.

The crab character is so funny too! I never paid much attention to the crab until my husband pointed out that he always keeps something for himself and throws the leftover item in the "finding place." Now that we are watching all the episodes again, my daughter is talking more about what the crab chooses to play with. It's just a funny little detail that we think is really cute.

So it's a cute format with cute character, but also, the subject and dialogue of each episode is also well constructed and written. We like the emphasis on science when most preschool shows only focus on colors and shapes.

We were really happy to see that Amazon has ordered a second season of this show! We hope the creators are given credit for creating a top notch show for children in an age where it is easy and cheap to just throw out a computer generated, low budget, "babysitter" show. One question though... Are they going to come out with some merchandise to go with the show? I am not one to buy my kids a lot of character toys and clothes but I think my daughter would adore a Fig and Stick doll or some Tumble Leave pajamas! This is one show that I would absolutely purchase merchandise for!
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parent in wonderlandReviewed in the United States on February 10, 2017
5.0 out of 5 starsLOVE this low-key introduction to problem solving and early STEAM concepts
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Surprisingly good, and captivating for the younger toddler and pre-k set. My 4 yo describes it as her "figuring out how to do things show" and loves that the characters figure out how to solve problems on their own, without parental or adult intervention. I adore this too! We are not fans of most kid shows in general, but this one hits a sweet spot of innocent and creative/imaginative and intelligent (Peg + Cat is more in line with this one, but for the older pre-k and k set as it deals with more direct math concepts rather than what this program does: figuring out how to solve spacial/conceptual problems,which yes, older toddlers and pre-k kids can do)
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shayla shaylaReviewed in the United States on February 16, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsWe LOVE TumbleLeaf!!
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I happened to spot TumbleLeaf through my FireStick as something suggested to watch.

I was getting worn out of the other stuff my child liked, so figured what the heck, right?

And then we fell in to TumbleLeaf; an adorable place with Fig the Fox, his best friend Stick, Maple and Hedge and the chickens and more!!!

What is wonderful is there are two mini-episodes in each episode of TumbleLeaf, and they're short. They all start off the same, but it's then up to Fig and whomever else to do some problem solving with whatever item it is in the "Finding Place". Sometimes it's something as whimsical as flying a kite, and other times it's as interesting as taking some gears and making a larger "machine".

Honestly, my 18 month old LOVES TumbleLeaf. It's very bright and colorful and the characters are genuinely cute. The opening theme is catchy, and there's some funny things in there for the slightly older children (the crab at the beginning is my favorite!).

So, if you're tired of all of the other shows, or just need a break, give TumbleLeaf a try!!
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CinemaphileReviewed in the United States on January 17, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsExplores the Joy of Learning Through Play and Curiosity
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Tumble Leaf is one of the best new children's programs I've seen in years. It combines the wild imagination and artistry of shows like Pee Wee's Playhouse, with a fascination and curiosity about how the world works.

Not your usual ABCs and 1-2-3s Short Tumble Leaf adventures explore basic concepts like how things float, light up, stretch, or how a parachute works, plus plenty of ways you can use and solve problems and help friends in a practical way.

Every episode begins with discovering a new item in "The Finding Place," a special room inside a beached pirate ship/clubhouse that receives the item to be explored in that episode.

No moralizing or heavy-handedness either--Tumble Leaf's characters are endearing, earnest, and win you (and your kids!) over with charm and optimism.

It's a new kind of show that we are in desperate need for more of--wonder. Every adventure sparks inventiveness and leads children to--as Fig the Fox says--"Figure it out!"
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Renee&louieReviewed in the United States on June 7, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsThere are no good words to describe this wonderful show...
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I am completely in love with this show let alone how much my 3.5 year old loves it. I actually look forward to watching an episode with him before bed. The stop motion is wonderful. It reminds me of the old Christmas movies like Jack Frost and Rudolf. It is extremely educational with is basis in science and exploration. The life lessons taught and friendships made make the show a great example of what quality children's programing should look like.
It has the perfect balance of music and talking to keep the kids entertained without annoying the adults in the house. I love how Fig is such an explorer! I feel like this show has truly helped my son foster a love and desire to learn. Fig embodies all the characteristics of a good friend, teacher and coach. The setting is mystical and magical but realistic enough for my son to believe that it could be real. He often will pretend in the woods behind our house that he is in the forest of Tumble Leaf and recreate the show with his stuffed animals. I love how the show and its lessons translate to outside play so easily. We have a great time together exploring the woods looking for Fig and his friends.
I have recommended this show to all my friends with small children and would recommend it to anyone looking for a good quality show. I'm excited it has been renewed for another season and we anxiously await the release of new episodes.
The creator of this program should be proud!
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Fernanda CutroneReviewed in the United States on April 16, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsWorth the cost of Amazon Prime alone!!
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My daughter has been watching Tumble Leaf as one of the few shows we allow her to watch since we started letting her watch small amounts of TV a few months ago. Not only does she find the show fascinating (even though she probably doesn't really grasp all that is going on yet), but so do I. It is by far one of the most beautifully produced pieces of animation out there, and the stories presented are creative, interesting and unique. Each time my daughter watches it, I see her understanding more and more. I especially enjoy watching her pause with suspense as Fig slowly opens the door to "The Finding Place" and just this last time caught her whispering something to herself when she watched him do it. It was adorable.
I enjoy all the themes of the show - discovery, curiosity, adventure, experimentation, kindness, friendship, and most of all the independent nature of the friendship between Fig and Maple. Maple is not Fig's "sidekick" or tag-along. She is a friend who pops in when she feels like it, and leaves when she wants. She doesn't "need" to be around Fig to have fun, and Fig isn't playing some "hero" trope to try to save Maple, rescue Maple, help Maple, or whatever. I think this is something the creators must have thought about carefully, because sometimes even I am surprised by Maple's flippancy. Also the pace of the show is very nice - slow and deliberate. There is none of the hyperactive wackiness, with "thrilling" manic background music you find in most of modern cartoons and kid's shows. I simply cannot deal with that kind of thing, and think it is terribly overstimulating for children. Tumble Leaf is a win all around. I think it is all truly spectacular, and something I will proudly allow my daughter to watch with confidence.
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gramburgReviewed in the United States on March 9, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsA beautiful, educational, physically active, and nonviolent series for young children
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This is a fantastic series for kids--and their grandmother! My grandchildren (3-yr-old girl, 6-yr-old boy) have television time for 45-60 min when they come to my place for visits. Although my grandson loves the Star Wars series, it is much too violent. Go-go Gadget is mindless entertainment that both enjoy. They've now watched all the Wild Kratts and Octonauts episodes, sometimes more than once. So when Amazon suggested this series, I introduced them to it.The story line is fantastic and, through the concept of a finding box, each episode explores the physical phenomenon behind some tool or toy. The main characters discover the workings of the item through trial-and-error, questioning use. The art work is beautiful, the characters are very engaging to all three of us, and the fascination of my grandchildren for the story line in each episode is beautifully expressed on their smiling and raptly attentive faces during each episode. During the first episode, I was concerned my grandson would reject it because the activity level is more fun play than raucous adventure but he loves it. It is a show that they both enjoy tremendously and me too.
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