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Age by Age Review For: Bubble Guppies Sunny Days!
Bubble Guppies Sunny Days!
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Best For Preschoolers (3-5)
Not Rated
Age-By-Age GuideBuy It
Animation | Educational
Something fishy is going on under the sea in half a dozen episodes of the popular animated children's TV show.

The Bubble Guppies swim through life together, laughing and learning about everyday objects and activities like airplanes, birds, and camping. Preschoolers will be drawn in by the colorful animation and the camaraderie between the fish friends. Best of all, they'll see how much their beloved Bubble Guppies enjoy being in a school!

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Baby (0-2)
Maybe Even if babies don't understand everything that's going on yet, they're likely to pick up the Bubble Guppies' happy vibe! Two-year-olds will be enthralled by the underwater world, and will happily scream out answers when the characters ask them questions.
Preschool (3-5)
Yes Preschoolers will love the different subjects the Bubble Guppies cover, from the beach to the circus. They'll be especially intrigued by "Bring on the Bugs," in which the Guppies learn the difference between insects and arachnids. Young viewers will laugh at--and learn from--all the puns and wordplay as the characters talk about eating "spaghetti and beach balls" and drinking "apple spider!" They'll be wide-eyed at the spooky campfire stories the Guppies tell, and just may want to try the "duck pie" joke (which should really be "Duck! Pie!") themselves!
Kids (6-9)
Maybe Most children in this age group have probably outgrown the Bubble Guppies, but those on the younger end may get a kick out of "The Beach Ball!" in which Sandy, who works at the snack bar, gets involved in a Sandy-rella type story when her two sisters keep her from attending a big party. Kids will also wish they had a teacher as enthusiastic and compassionate as Mr. Grouper!
Tweens (10-12)
No This DVD is intended for younger children.
--Lois Alter Mark, the Flicks for Kids Expert
DVD Features
None
Points For Parents
Movie Pluses

  • Empowers children
  • Encourages imagination
  • Teaches important everyday skills
  • Focuses on teamwork and cooperation
Movie Minuses

  • None