Amazon Prime Instant Video Childrens shows rock!

I have been an Amazon Prime member for many years and when Amazon Prime Instant Video started all those months ago I loved it. Finally when I am away from home I could catch up with programs and films on my devices. What I didnt realise until recently is that these great shows and movies can be downloaded onto my Kindle and watched offline which will be great when we head off on holiday or travel around the country.

Amazon Prime Instant Video is now the UK’s largest online video streaming service with more than 15,000 popular movies and TV episodes including lots family favourite TV shows and movies.

Last week I went to a fabulous event where Amazon Prime Instant Video showed us the UK premiere of Annedroids – which is one of three original kids shows made by Amazon Studios for Amazon Prime Instant Video and released this summer.

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Below is a breakdown of all the three original kids shows made by Amazon Studios.
Annedroids (for children ages 4 to 7 years)

Premiering on July 25, Annedroids is about a young scientist. Created by Emmy-nominated JJ Johnson (Dino Dan) and Sinking Ship Entertainment, and aimed at children aged four through seven, Annedroids is a live-action adventure series about a young female genius, her human friends, android assistants and the amazing scientific discoveries they make while undertaking the biggest experiment of them all: growing up. Addison Holley (Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood) stars as “Anne,” Adrianna Di Liello (Stage Fright) plays her friend “Shania,” and Jadiel Dowlin plays “Nick.”

Tumble Leaf (for preschool-aged children)

Available to stream now on Amazon Prime Instant Video Tumble Leaf comes from Emmy Award-winning director Drew Hodges and award-winning studio Bix Pix Entertainment. The preschool aged show follows Fig the Fox and his best friend Stick as they discover adventure, friendship and love around every bend. Themes found in the show promote exploration and scientific thinking through play. The talent behind the characters includes Christopher Downs as “Fig” and “Stick,” Zak McDowell as “Hedge,” Addie Zintel as “Pine,” Brooke Wolloff as “Maple” and Alex Trugman as “Ginkgo.”

Creative Galaxy (for preschool-aged children)

Also available to stream now on Amazon Prime Instant Video is Creative Galaxy, from acclaimed creator Angela Santomero and Out of the Blue (Super Why!, Blue’s Clues, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood). Featuring Samantha Bee (The Daily Show), Christian Distefano, Jason Jones (The Daily Show), Cloris Leachman (Malcolm in the Middle) and Jason Priestley (Beverly Hills 90210). In this make-along, create-along, interactive art adventure series for preschoolers, characters Arty and Epiphany travel around the galaxy to solve problems with art, inspiring creative thinking through crafts, music and dance. To give kids and parents the real-life tools they need to re-create Arty’s experience, a live-action piece at the end of each animated episode will take viewers through the craft project that Arty showcased in the galaxy.