We love Annedroids here at Raising 3 Savvy Ladies. Science Technology, Engineering and Math all rolled into a show that captivated all three of my girls’ attention. Go Girl STEM Power! Annedroids is Amazon Studios’ third original kids series, is aimed at children ages 4-7 and debuted on July 25th on Prime Instant Video.
My oldest said “Annedroids is educational but not in a boring way. It is more like a funny cool show where you learn too.”
My 8 year old said her favorite part was in Episode 5 – Garbage Band. Shania forms a band with the Annedroids and sings “Annedroids Just Want to Have Fun.”
Annedroids is a science based-action adventure series that follows eleven-old genius and kid-scientist Anne, who has invented and built her own amazing androids, and her friends and kid assistants Nick and Shania. Together the kid trio make amazing scientific discoveries while undertaking the biggest experiment of all: growing up.
Top Three Reasons why We Like the Main Character, Anne, played by Addison Holley:
- Anee is creative
- She finds different ways to make robots and droids out of junk
- Her droids help her. For example, Hand holds things for her and helps her with experiments. Eyes is her camera and she shares and documents her hypotheses with this droid. Pal becomes her friend and assistant.
I like her because she is a SHE! The idea of a strong girl scientist is something that I am happy for my daughters to be watching as a positive role model.
Annedroids, like all of Amazon’s children’s programs, is designed to develop creative thinking in children and has been tested to ensure they achieve this goal. Amazon’s goal is to inspire lifelong learners and provide children with the skills that will help them find personal and professional satisfaction in their future.
My youngest has been acting like “Anne” when playing with her tool box. She wants to take things from the recycle bin to make droids too. I love that she is really enjoying the show and using it during dramatic play time.
- Earlier this summer, Amazon Studios released two additional children’s series: a stop-motion animated series encouraging creative scientific discovery called Tumble Leaf and an interactive art adventure for preschoolers called Creative Galaxy.
As an elementary school teacher and a mom of three girls, I highly recommend that you take a look at Annedroids on Amazon Studios Prime TV.
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I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.