What to Watch

Tumble Leaf

Amazon Prime’s Tumble Leaf is a sweet, calm show for young children. The animation is unique and artful and the general pacing is slow and soothing.

After tossing coins to make wishes in a faraway wishing well, Fig and Maple find their way home in the dark by making giant clams laugh.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

All the loving, gentle kindness of the original Mr. Rogers is present in this animated spin-off. This show models gentle, connected parenting in a way that’s equally beneficial for kids and caregivers.

Watch full episodes of Daniel Tiger and play games at http://pbskids.org/daniel. Margaret wants to play with Daniel's stickers but Daniel doesn't want to share with her. Dad understands that sharing can be hard, but he helps Daniel find a way to play with Margaret that makes it fun for both of them.

Esme & Roy

Need to tame some big feelings but still keep things upbeat? Esme & Roy by Sesame Workshop has you covered!

When the little monsters of Monsterdale are feeling sad or down, Esme has just the thing to turn the frown upside down! Whether it's a glitter jar, belly breathing, or singing a song, she knows just want to do when things go wrong! Learn to how to keep your cool with Esme & Roy!

Wondering how much TV is too much? The AAP recommends:

  • For children younger than 18 months, avoid use of screen media other than video-chatting. Parents of children 18 to 24 months of age who want to introduce digital media should choose high-quality programming, and watch it with their children to help them understand what they're seeing.

  • For children ages 2 to 5 years, limit screen use to 1 hour per day of high-quality programs. Parents should co-view media with children to help them understand what they are seeing and apply it to the world around them.