Sara Solves It 1 Season 2013

An Amazon Original Series

Season 1
(299) IMDb 7.8/10

1. Pilot TV-Y CC

Rocket the rabbit is lost in a mixed-up elevator, and Sara needs to find him - and get Sam to his first pizza party.

Starring:
Nicole Oliver, Shannon Chan-Kent
Runtime:
13 minutes
Original air date:
April 20, 2013

Pilot

Customer Reviews

Characters were very likeable, story was great.
George Lessig
I really liked the fact that the show explained several concepts... ie addition by two and the pattern of two.
W. Dickey
I think kids will love this show and they have fun with math at the same time.
Lisa

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Book Scout on April 20, 2013
My 5 year old is writing all of the reviews and I'll add a little parent commentary at the end:

It was great, its perfect. When they solved the mystery I really liked it.

*Parent comment: The colors and background designs are really fun, I love all the hidden numbers in the show, chairs, tables, walls. We watched the show about 4 times in a row so after the first 2 times we had a contest to see who could find the numbers that were in the scenes. This is a show we would watch often.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Anneke H. Niemira on May 10, 2013
This little pilot was really clever. My younger son just turned 3 last week and enjoyed it, even though the math (addition) was too advanced for him, because he could still appreciate the catchy tunes and "pizza pizza pizza!" cute younger brother in the show-- i.e. he liked the show for the story line and the animation (fun elevator!) even if some of it was beyond him. My older son (6 1/2) enjoyed it for the whole thing, including the math part. And I enjoyed it because I could have both children get something fun AND educational out of it even though one is a few years older than the other, and because it's nice to see a (minority) girl doing math - what a great role model all around for girls and boys! And I admit I loved finding all of the numbers hidden everywhere in the show: in the walls, or on animals, or in people's hair. Very clever! My kids both asked to watch the pilot repeatedly.

Compared to the other kids ones: If I had to pick only one kid's original pilot, it would be this one. If I could pick two, this one and Tumbleleaf, which was cute and had neat animation, but was a bit simpler. I didn't care for the Oz one: the concept seemed a bit flat, not just because it wasn't animated all the way, but because I didn't see how it would be very educational or interesting just trying to be mildly 'creative' in her imagination (unless I didn't get it).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M56 on May 7, 2013
She really enjoyed the show and wanted more. As a parent I have to say that graphics could be better in today's competitive children animation world. This looks like amateur work. Tumblelaf and Postively Ozitively are examples of great animation work. Also I struggled a little as a parent with the bad kid vs. good kid dynamic in this show. If the target audience is toddlers 3-5, not sure this is something that I would like a kid's show to reinforce. I would hope that this is not a recurring theme or concept for the show. Solving math problems is a great concept but please no bad kids vs good kids dynamic. There are only naughty kids at these ages.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gena on May 2, 2013
I love this one! Very educational and entertaining! Really liked the music too. And great concept to do a show around math. Great job!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jenni Kurtin on May 2, 2013
My 4 year old loved the show and wanted to watch more episodes. She liked the characters and was engaged during the entire show.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sunshine on May 2, 2013
Love this video! Great characters and fun learning lessons. My son has a little bunny just like rocket named Charlie. He watched the entire episode without saying a word.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By NCR on April 27, 2013
My 3 and 5 year old daughters really enjoyed it and asked to watch the pilot again. As a Black family it's great to see main characters that look like them. The "bad guy" can't always be a white male though. Change it up or at the end they all need to come together in a positive way.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Britney on April 21, 2013
My six year old daughter and three year old son both loved this. My son says "this one's for boys too". The music was great as well as the problem solving. I loved the brother sister relationship. I loved the girl solving math and enjoying being smart. My only disappointment was the negative behavior. The villain Victor vector was mean but also the two main characters acted out. The boy said "sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do" after misbehaving and the girl did a happy dance after calling out Victor vector. I hate showing my kids shows with this kind of mean negative behavior because I feel like they learn just as much about the negative behavior as they do the positive. Of the couple of shows they watched they prefer this one. That could also be due to the fact that it was completely animated and the others were still in the works so minus these couple of negative lines the show has huge potential.
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