My girls are always into the latest in children’s television shows, but once they find something they love they stick with it for a few weeks. My oldest daughter loves to check out new shows, while my younger daughter prefers to stick with characters she is familiar with – I wonder if this is any indication on their personalities later on in life! We were asked to check out Amazon Studios’ latest children’s show: Tumble Leaf and although I knew my oldest would give it a chance, I didn’t expect this to be her latest TV addiction. Since we are Amazon Prime subscribers, we are able to stream our favorite shows directly to the TV. Tumble Leaf happens to be an Amazon Prime exclusive, so we get to watch each episode as they come out.
Today when my daughter came home from school, the first thing she asked to do was watch Tumble Leaf in her room, by herself, with the door closed. Now, if you know my daughter, then you know this 4 1/2 year old never likes to be by herself. I can already see her teenage-self emerging! Since I already screened Tumble Leaf, I knew that it is a show she can watch on her own. It’s actually a cute animated show, with Fig, the blue fox as the main character. He has a new journey with each episode and viewers can learn about creativity, pretend play, manners, and more life lessons. The best part is that if you are already an Amazon Prime subscriber, this show is already included in your subscription! If you aren’t an Amazon Prime customer, you can follow the link and receive a 30 day free trial!
Amazon Prime gives you access to so many benefits, including the Amazon Studios shows that are exclusive to Amazon Prime members. Tumble Leaf is a kids-only show, but there are also adult-friendly shows in their lineup as well. Check out the link to find out more about Amazon Studios and the shows they offer.
You can also check out the Tumble Leaf app for Android, which features six games inspired by the show. You can download the app here. Check out the short preview below for Tumble Leaf: