Bottom line: Super Duper Super Sleuths is a double-length episode of My Friends Tigger & Pooh featuring an exciting event that gives Pooh and the gang super powers! Kids will see the Super Sleuths model problem solving skills as they try to figure out the biggest mystery ever to hit the Hundred Acre Wood.TV Rating: TV-Y
Age range: Preschoolers
Genre: Children's educational
Runtime: Approx. 45 minutes
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Super Duper Super Sleuths - Overview
In Super Duper Super Sleuth, Pooh, Darby and Tigger encounter their biggest mystery yet! When an out-of-this-world shooting star falls into the Hundred Acre Wood, the Super Sleuths are on the case. They locate the strange falling object in Rabbit's garden, where they discover that giant-sized veggies have sprung up. Not only that, but when Pooh and friends take a bite out of the enormous veggies, they acquire super powers! Now that the Super Sleuths are equipped with super powers, they are ready to solve any problem might crop up in the Hundred Acre Wood.
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Super Duper Super Sleuths - Guide Review
Giving kids' favorite Super Sleuths temporary super powers is a fantastic idea that will delight young fans. Preschoolers will imagine themselves being able to see great distances or soaring over the wood as they watch Pooh and friends use problem solving skills to overcome challenges and help their Hundred Acre neighbors.
During the episode, kids will also learn a few concepts such as the difference between big and small, and the story promotes positive themes about working together and having a positive attitude -- not to mention that the Super Sleuths' example reminds kids that veggies are important and yummy!
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Super Duper Super Sleuths - Further Learning
- Give your child more practice with big and small. Draw your own veggie garden, or cut out some big and small fruits, and help your child identify the produce that is large and small.
- Encourage your child to use her imagination. If she was able to have one super power, what would it be and why? How would she use her super power to help others?
- A super sleuth mystery is always a good way to motivate kids to learn. Let them know that the season is mysteriously changing, and you need their help to figure out which one it is. Then, go outside and hunt for signs of the season. Whether it's a mysterious sign that needs to be read or a box with an unknown number of things to count, you can turn almost any concept into a "mystery" for kids to solve.