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Returning to Amazon Prime for a second season is the award-winning Amazon Original Series, Tumble Leaf. Join Fig, a curious blue fox, and his best pal, Stick in this preschool series that fosters lifelong creative learning. This beautifully designed series is available for Prime members, and features lush worlds and playful stop-motion animation that truly imports a child into a whimsical world of discovery.
As a homeschooling mom, I use many resources for enriching my children’s education. They are at the young ages of 5 and 8, and truly enjoy learning through play. One way I’ve found to be particularly helpful is using Amazon’s Original Series. Many of the great programs on Amazon offer an inspirational way to learn. Tumble Leaf is one of those fantastic shows that brings an adventurous story to life while teaching young kids about science and creativity.
More about Tumble Leaf
The series centers around a curious blue fox named Fig that lives in a shipwrecked wooden boat by the ocean. Each day a surprise arrives in “the finding place” which takes Fig and his best caterpillar friend, Stick on a brand new adventure. The two learn to help friends like, Buckeye the Beaver, Maple, and the chicks along the way as they explore their washed up treasure. As each episode unfolds, the audience is introduced to a new challenge and learns how to work through it. It’s no wonder the show has received so many awards!
My 5 year old, L and I had the opportunity to review a few episodes from Tumble Leaf season 2. His favorite from the series so far is when Fig receives a camera, and then helps Maple in an underwater adventure. The two take photos of all their fun encounters while learning how to properly use a camera. The creative animation truly makes you feel like you’re right there in the submarine with them! Check out this short clip below.
Another episode I thought was clever is when Fig receives a yo-yo, but without any string. After a stop at the friendly spider’s web, Fig learns to use the yo-yo properly, which also helps him solve a troubling problem Buckeye the Beaver is having with his home.
Season 1 of Tumble Leaf is currently available on Amazon Prime, and new episodes from the second season are set to debut on Prime Video Friday, May 6th!
Will you and your child be tuning in for the new season of Tumble Leaf?