I partnered with KidzVuz for this post to Inspire Children to Do Great Things with Annedroids. Any opinions are 100% my own.
As soon as those little arms and legs start moving, they are exploring the world around them through trial and error. Testing limits, pushing boundaries, and figuring out how everything works.
Our children, or at least mine, seem to be wired for experimenting at birth, so it’s no wonder STEM curriculum is taking off like it is. Children relate to it, they desire to learn in those fields, and shows like Amazon’s Emmy nominated Annedroids offer a female role model to inspire children to do great things!
Inspire Children to Do Great Things with Annedroids
Has your family watched Amazon’s live-action adventure series, Annedroids? The star of the series is Anne, a young female scientist who is making awesome scientific discoveries, all while going through the biggest experiment of all. Growing up.
As adults, we know what growing up is like, and we know it’s better with friends. Anne (right) has her friends Shania (middle) and Nick (left) to help help her though.
Anne doesn’t only have human friends though, she also has android assistants that she created! PAL is the main android and wants to be like a real kid. That desire sends PAL on quite a few adventures of his own during season three of Annedroids, and some heartbreak as well.
I got the chance to screen a few episodes of the upcoming third season of Annedroids, when I say a few I should be honest and say that I planned on watching two or three, but before I knew it I had watched them all. 😀 Don’t worry, no spoilers.
What I will say is that this season brings new android creations, a bionic knee, an insectorium, evil agendas, and confusion both in the junkyard and in friendships.
I love that while Annedroids is packed with STEM, it also touches on other real-life situations happening for kids. Everything from friendships, to secrets and lies, to foster families, handling punishments, and dealing with heartbreak.
This is the first time that I’ve sat down to watch Annedroids and now I want to go back and watch the other season. No wonder my kids enjoy it! The story lines are unique and interesting, the setting of the show neat, and each episode engages and creates conversations between my kids and me.
If you haven’t watched Annedroids yet, check out the first two season with me, on Amazon Prime Video! See how science, technology, engineering, and math can inspire children to do great things with Annedroids.