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SPACE BEAR FRIENDS

What to know: Cute show with an educational message.
SPACE BEAR FRIENDS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 2-5
7 minutes
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MIKE SCHLEIF
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This is a cute show, with new episodes from a show we have featured previously. It's just as cute as ever.

The story follows Bella and Zaara as they join their classmates Sammy and Fifi and learn about the number one, the letter A and apples.

I find the characters quite charming and the 2D animation well made. The voices are cute; you can imagine these kids in real time. I like the opening showing the kids in outer space, being picked up by the Galactic School Bus. The storybook about apples is a nice inclusion, and helps deliver an educational message for its preschool audience. The background music works well with the show. It's a sweet package, all in all.

The film offers an educational experience for preschoolers in a fun and interactive way.

I give Space Bear Friends 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 2 to 5. By Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

This is a cute show, with new episodes from a show we have featured previously. It's just as cute as ever.

The story follows Bella and Zaara as they join their classmates Sammy and Fifi and learn about the number one, the letter A and apples.

I find the characters quite charming and the 2D animation well made. The voices are cute; you can imagine these kids in real time. I like the opening showing the kids in outer space, being picked up by the Galactic School Bus. The storybook about apples is a nice inclusion, and helps deliver an educational message for its preschool audience. The background music works well with the show. It's a sweet package, all in all.

The film offers an educational experience for preschoolers in a fun and interactive way.

I give Space Bear Friends 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 2 to 5. By Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

Bella and Zaara join their classmates Sammy and Fifi and learn about the number 1, the letter A, and apples.
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