Climb aboard! Four adventurous kids, Leo, June, Quincy, and Annie blast off in their versatile ship, Rocket, for missions all over the world. Fueled by classical music, well-known works of art and their own creativity, the Little Einsteins travel on unforgettable journeys while learning to appreciate the power of great music.
There is something to say about a show that is over 10 years old and not even available in HD, but still in high rotation on Disney Junior. My daughter (3) and my son (1) both love this show. My son calls it "Tap tap" and my daughter can name the episodes that she wants to watch by name. The list of "favorite" episodes was starting to take up too much space on my DVR, so I finally broke down and purchased the first season (I'm sure season two is not far behind....) We love the music, we love the art. They both love to "blast off" with Rocket. My husband occasionally gets annoyed by the bad science and logic lapses, but there is a certain suspension of disbelief involved in just about every kid's cartoon. I mean, four preschoolers fly a rocket ship around the planet, and sometimes the galaxy... so yea. Not exactly based in reality. I mean, where are these kid's parents?? This remains one of my favorites. The only downside is that you can't really get toys for this series since it hasn't been made for almost 10 years.
With mom and grandma both sick with a virus, and a nine-month-old with lots of energy, we were at a loss as to what to do to keep the child safely occupied so that we could rest! Little Einsteins to the rescue! We don't usually put the TV on for this little one--actually we never do, but desperate times . . . anyway, the program that we watched first featured baby gestures and movements that our little one could understand and repeat. The show not only captured her interest, but it gave us uninterrupted breaks to rest up while keep the little on happy. This is a really fun show for the littlest ones.
My 3 yr old son loves this program. We get so much compliment in school about our son being very bright and very advance for his age. He gets a lot of information from this tv series. Good manners, friendships, teamwork, appreciation for classical music and famous artwork and artists. It also encourages creativity. He even remember the musical notes and the artist who played a particular clasic music. We do not watch much tv in our house in fact we do not have cable. Every Friday he is allowed to watch tv for 30 min and when asked for a specific program he watches Magic school bus or little Einstein.
My daughter loves little Einstein's but this is a freaking JIP! Its called volume one instead of season one because you only get half of the season's episodes! That is a total rip off! Especially considering my daughter's favorite episodes about the butterflies is completely missing this needs to be fixed! I'd be willing to pay more to get all the episodes in the season.
My little girl loves Little Einsteins. I like it too because it's sooooo much less annoying than most of the kid's shows out there. And its actually educational. My daughter loves to hum the classical tunes, and she knows the names of some of the artists now. We also have books for her with the same artwork so she can look at them, and we have her listen to classical music as well. I think Little Einsteins is a great way to introduce little ones to classical art and music.
The show is good. The DRM on the videos is pretty horrible. My wife's account is linked to mine through Prime. Still she has to use MY login and password just to get the shows to play on her computer. Amazon needs to do what they did with their MP3 music files and simply remove the DRM. Very unhappy about the usability of this product.