Popular Mechanics for Kids (Episodes 1-25)

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Synopsis

Two fun-loving teens learn about the wonders of modern science!

Dove Review

This series, created in 1997, is a wonderful show with hosts Elisha and Jay as they travel to different locations to bring educational information and fun topics. They are joined by their friend Charlie, who shows some experiments and ideas of how to create your own things like rockets, speakers and many others.

Each episode has a topic of interest—from zoos to aquariums, creating tunnels to constructing buildings, or the art of special effects to making music productions are just a few of the subjects covered. These kids are educated when they discover how things are done and how things are made. It is entertaining fun for everyone. There is only one thing that the viewer must keep in mind that because of the year it was filmed some of the information, based on current events at the time, is now outdated, but this is still a great series to watch.

“Popular Mechanics for Kids” encourages kids to look at interesting topics. We are proud to award the Dove Family-Approved Seal for all ages to this series.

Content Description

Sex: None.
Language: None.
Violence: Explosions; fires; guns;
Drugs: scene of old footage that has people smoking.
Nudity: Kids in swimsuits.
Other: None.

Info

Company: Lionsgate
Director: Sid Goldberg
Genre: Children
Runtime: 550 min.
Industry Rating: TV-Y
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe