Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Amazon Original Series, Wishenpoof

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  "Wishenpoof is the newest Amazon Original Kids Series supporting kids as lifelong creative learners by giving them the life skills and mindset they need to lead purpose-filled, creative lives. Bianca’s ability to magically fulfill her friends’ wishes and creative instinct spark children’s imaginations at an early age. 
Wishenpoof incorporates Families and Work Institute President Ellen Galinsky’s (Mind in the Making) “Seven Essential Life Skills” framework—life skills that help children reach their full potential and unleash their passion to learn. Based on the most rigorous brain and child development research, this framework promotes executive function life skills like focus and self-control, perspective taking, communicating, creativity, critical thinking, taking on challenge, and self-directed engaged learning.
We watched the first 13 episodes and here are our thoughts:
* I would compare this series to a mix between Doc McStuffins and Tinkerbell
* Colorful, vibrant, child appropriate and educational!
*This is a great series your kids can watch anywhere you have a Amazon Prime compatible device. The episodes are not to long, engaging and perfect for little kids. The story line of granting wishes to others but still having to use problem solving skills.
* One of the other great things about this series was the incorporation of manners (please, thank you) even though the main character has wish power.
 ** I wascompensated in order to facilitate my post. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.
Wishenpoof also features vocal talent from Kaelyn Breitkopf (Puppets) as Ben and Millie Davis (Orphan Black, Annedroids) as Penelope. The series is Directed by Gilly Fogg (Bob the Builder) and Phillip Stamp (Little Bear) serves as Supervising Producer. It is a fun, magical adventure series that teaches lessons through imaginative play, Wishenpoof inspires children to solve life’s big preschool problems in creative ways.

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