Disney Little Einsteins

Disney Channel



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Show Summary

Little Einsteins takes us on an adventure with four children: Leo, June, Annie and Quincy. Each of these four children have their own specialization, Leo loves to conduct, Annie loves to sing, Quincy loves to play instruments while June loves to dance. The series uses various pieces of classical music as the basic fundamentals for the series, though the series also capitalizes on the premise and episodes typically have famous artwork within them. While Little Einsteins was designed to be an entertaining series, it was created by the creators of Baby Einstein, the pre-school learning program, so this series never leaves its primary focus of helping children learn to explore and introduce new concepts into their minds, though it certainly attempts to expand the viewer's curiosity.



Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 12/22/2009

Season 2 : Episode 66

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  • One of the highlights of Playhouse Disney

    Yes, I'm well aware this show isn't for adults; the plots are simple, the characters break the forth wall to the point where it doesn't exist by the end of the first episode and it can be repetitive at times. With that said, this show is perfect for kids; the characters aren't just likable and cute, but kids can interact with them as if they were real. Each episode teaches kids about classic music and fine art in way that's incredibly easy for them to understand; with singing, yes singing. Like I said before, it may be tedious for adults, but it's guaranteed to keep kids attention for the next 20 minutes. The best part of the show is that they give credit to the original composers and artists of the pieces they use for each episode; now that's respect to the source material! The Little Einsteins is not only a good educational show, but a good kids show in general; with a wonderful style of teaching classic music and art, adorable characters and colorful animation, this show is one of the best preschool shows I've ever seen. It's up there with Caillou, Blue's Clues, and Dora the Explorer. If you have a young kid (like 4 or 5 preferably) and would like to teach him about classic music and fine art, this is the show for your child as it was for me. Little Einsteins, YEAH!!!! ;Dmoreless
  • Why they are called Einsteins....

    This is based on the DVD series of visuals set to classical music. The product was called Baby Einstein given the theory that having your kids listening to classical music will help rhyme grow into geniuses... like Einstein. The titles were based on different composers. Disney decided to base a kids program on this concept, here, Einsteins=Geniuses, but it's really more about music an nothing about science. They do things like play musical notes tot all the sun because it's upset and refuses to set. There's nothing Einstein about this show. It's more like Dora than anything else.moreless
  • Best childhood show

    I ate noodles while watching this. Best musical memories. But I still dont understand why did it end. Can someone explain
  • We Love Little Einsteins

    My almost three year old can't get enough of Little Einsteins. She was heartbroken when I told her I couldn't find it on any regularly scheduled programs. :( Thank goodness we have TEVO, because there's no way she's staying up until 2 in the morning to watch it, but that's bad news because the time that it shows obviously means that one of the best, most educational programs Disney Junior airs is slowly going off the air. We can't believe it! I can't believe that mothers wouldn't want their children to watch this show! It must be a bunch of teenage babysitters taking over childcare, because any good mother would be tuned to Little Einsteins to make her kids smarter. We're distraught!!!

    :) Angela Brightwell

    Mother of Two

  • An absolutely WONDERFUL and CLEAN cartoon show for children!

    The cancellation of Little Einsteins, is a real loss for the development of children's cultural interests. In general, these cartoons were created to develop in children an interest for classical music, arts, places of interest around the world and simply entertain small children with clean fun. No attitudes from the characters, no stupidity, no degeneration of cultural values, no stereotypes, in general ... zero negative influence.

    Parents... if you actually strive for the betterment of your children, be selective and pick a show like this for them. There's too much garbage out there.

    Disney should reinstate this show ASAP!!!moreless

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Animation, Kids