Blippi’s Treehouse is an Amazon Kids+ Original live-action series developed for preschoolers where every episode is an educational adventure filled with discovery, friends and excitement.

Blippi’s Treehouse

Every Blippi’s Treehouse episode features an accomplished guest who introduces Blippi and Meekah to a new experience, inviting audiences to join in on the fun. Always curious, the Blippi’s Treehouse gang discovers and grows, alongside their audience, by engaging with books found at Patch’s Library Branch, singing songs while Scratch djs, creating alongside Meekah in her Makerspace, and journeying with Blippi through his animated adventures as he travels to places he’s only dreamt of going. Rounding out each episode, and signature to Blippi’s YouTube series, Blippi travels out into the world on curiosity adventures to see each episode’s theme in action. Blippi’s Treehouse promises to engage, inspire, and delight audiences.

Dr. Natascha Crandall, a trained psychologist, researcher and expert in educational children’s entertainment, serves as the educational consultant on the series. Dr. Crandall has played a critical role in ensuring both the Blippi and Meekah characters are advancing the show’s learning goals. Dr. Crandall’s experience with children’s entertainment is wide-reaching, having consulted on Amazon Prime Video’s “Wellie Wishers” along with other popular children’s series and apps including “Clifford the Big Red Dog”, “Gabby’s Dollhouse”, “The Backyardigans”, “The Octonauts”, “Bob the Builder”, and more. The powerhouse creative and production team for Blippi’s Treehouse also includes Emmy-award winning showrunner, writer, director and producer Kristen McGregor (“Sunny Side Up”, “Ada Twist, Scientist”, “Lucas the Spider”) and Emmy-award winning director Shannon Flynn (“Sesame Street”, “Helpsters”, “Not Too Late Show with Elmo”).

Blippi’s Treehouse is a production of Amazon Kids+ and Moonbug Entertainment for Amazon Kids+.

Don’t miss four new episodes of Blippi’s Treehouse streaming exclusively on Amazon Kids+ starting February 2.

The gang wants to build a swing for the Treehouse! The Library Branch serves up plans for how to make one and they invite a construction worker over to show them what tools they’ll need and how to use them. Then Blippi and Meekah visit a real construction site to check out different construction vehicles.

When Blippi and his friends are curious about where food comes from, Scratch invites a farmer to the Treehouse. The gang learns about healthy fruits and veggies, where different food comes from using a map and make popcorn. Meekah and Blippi go to a farm to see different crops and animals, and even get to ride in a tractor!

Blippi and his friends get curious about rain when their ball pit party gets rained out. Scratch invites a meteorologist over to explain how rain happens and why rain is important. Blippi teaches how to use a rain gauge to keep track of how much rain they get.

A firefighter visits the Treehouse and the gang tries on real firefighter uniforms and learn about their tools. Blippi and Meekah go to a fire station to learn what’s inside and see firetrucks and hoses up close.

Amazon Kids+

Amazon Kids+ is an all-in-one subscription that gives kids access to thousands of kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games on compatible Fire, Fire TV, Android, Glow, iOS, Android, and Kindle devices, including the new Blippi’s Treehouse series. Parents also receive access to easy-to-use parental controls that allow them to find the right balance between education and entertainment. Parents can personalize screen time limits, set educational goals, filter age-appropriate content, and also manage web browsing and content usage based on their preferences. Customers can enjoy a free one-month trial. Starting at $2.99/month, Amazon Kids+ gives kids unlimited access to a world of content to explore and parents the confidence that all content is age-appropriate. Find out more at

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