Tweenies

Offers for Tweenies

Community Quote

The Tweenies were introduced to under 5's a few years ago, and became very popular. Its an educational programme, but its done in a fun way. So, what are the Tweenies? There's four Tweenie, Bella, Milo, Fizz and Jake. They are four large charatcers who represent children in a nursery. ... Read review

User reviews »

1-5 of 53 reviews Show all reviews Show most helpful reviews first Newest first

 

Hey, hey are you ready to play....

Advantagesaddictive, learning experience

Disadvantagesannoying, songs too catchy

"The Tweenies were introduced to under 5's a few years ago, and became very popular. Its an educational programme, but its done in a fun way. So, what are the Tweenies? There's four Tweenie, Bella, Milo, Fizz and Jake. They are four large charatcers who represent children in a nursery. The padded suits are bright and colourful to capture a childs imagination. Each episode starts with the theme tune, and then the four Tweenies sing a song. This ..." Read review
11.10.2004

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Community Level 3roy_l_t_1970

roy_l_t_1970

Tweenie clock, when will it go away

AdvantagesExcellent when feeling suicidal.

DisadvantagesIt is still being shown

"...would give it a go. The Tweenies consist of Jake, Milo, Fizz, Bella and their dog Doodles and there recently seems to have been an addition to the canine side of the household in the shape of Izzles. The other characters in this show, for the more mentally deprived of Britains kids, are Max and Judy who apparently run the playgroup where the show is set. I have to say I have never seen a playgroup that looks like theirs. It is obviously one of ..." Read review
02.07.2002

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Community Level 5Barb

Barb

Fab-a-Rooney New and Extra Information

AdvantagesCombines education with fun.

DisadvantagesLots of expensive Tweenies products.

"...or heard something of the Tweenies since they first exploded onto BBC1, in their green rocket ship, in 1999. They first came to my attention during their advertising campaign prior to starting. Every time the trailer came on the television with these brightly coloured, dancing characters singing, what I now know to be, their theme tune, my son (who hadn't turned 1 year old then) instantly stopped whatever he was doing and sat transfixed to the ..." Read review
13.08.2001

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Community Level 3emi10

emi10

Tweenies

Advantagesexciting for young children

Disadvantageswhen the Tweenies' faces look weird

"...should do. One of the Tweenies press the button in the middle of it and music comes out from it, then they say “Tweenie clock, where will it stop?” Then it stops first on Song Time, which they sing songs on that time. News Time is always last, because they say all the things that they have enjoyed and done. There is also Messy Time where they make things, Telly Time is when they watch a video about something they’ve been talking ..." Read review
08.07.2001

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Community Level 5Wayne10ch

Wayne10ch

Tweenies to the Rescue

AdvantagesKeeps kid quiet, entertains them, educates them, amuses them

DisadvantagesOn every hour and repeated often

"...mainly on BBC Choice the Tweenies is tailor made for children between the ages of 2 to 6. Why would I a grown man be writing about such a show? It is easy I have two kids aged 2 and 3 and this program is a godsend to me, keeping my kids amused countless times, when I needed a bit of piece. For those of you who have managed not to hear about the Tweenies let me introduce them to you. In 1998 Chris Doyle thought up the idea of "Tweenies" along with ..." Read review
27.01.2002

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Show all 53 reviews

Sponsored links



Are you the manufacturer / provider of Tweenies? Click here