Tumble Leaf – Amazon’s First Original Kids Series

The end of the school year is quickly approaching and we’re looking forward to a bit of summer camp and completely free days.  I always find myself idealizing the unscheduled weeks ahead – but realistically need ways for the kids to unwind and take breaks from being on top of each other.  TV can help – but it’s a struggle to steer away from the garbage because there is a ton of it out there.  Our friends, The Moms, recently introduced us to the new Amazon original series, Tumble Leaf, designed to present science through play in captivating ways to the preschool set.

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We had such a  fun family day at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center in Lincoln Center previewing the series.  The children took to the whimsical characters, especially cheerful Fig, the curious blue fox, who leads his woodland friends on science filled adventures.  I found Tumble Leaf to be playful and educational and appreciate the encouragement of creative thinking.

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Preview the animated series here!

Special thanks to The Moms for the fun event and Amazon Fire TV.  Opinions, as always, are my own.

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  1. they look like they are having so much fun in the last photo, not a care in the world, just running freely

  2. Ugg. There is so much trash out their for kids. This is good to know about. Look how cute the kids are!

  3. We are always looking for good movies/shows for our children at school. Every Friday afternoon we play a movie for the children just before ‘home time’ and it is a struggle to find something appropriate. This looks like something we should look into. I will share it with the principal. Thanks for the ideas!

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