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Amazon's Emmy nominated Annedroids

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This school year, my daughter’s interest this school year in STEM curriculum exceeded all of my expectations. She had always had a keen interest in the sciences and tech, but once she was introduced to the world of engineering, her life changed. STEM excited her, made her curious to learn more on her own through trial and error, and made her more inquisitive on so many levels, I knew immediately I wanted to nurture her interest outside of the classroom, but wasn’t quite sure how. I was also determined to support this new found love, so we sat down and queued up Amazon’s Emmy nominated Annedroids. It was something we could do together and before we knew it, we fell down the show hole and couldn’t get enough. Notice how I said, “we?” Yep. We both loved it. She loved the premise and I loved the female role model. 

Amazon's Emmy nominated Annedroids

So what is Annedroids? It is a live-action adventure series about a young female scientist named, Anne. With the help of her human friends and the android / robot “assistants” she’s created, make scientific observations while growing up and dealing with typical life stuff. As a parent, I appreciate how Annedroids tells important stories and incorporates science and technology to inspire kids as they overcome challenges and achieve goals. 

I’m excited to share a third season of Annedroids with all new episodes is set to hit Amazon Prime Video this Friday! On June 24th, Anne is back with all new adventures on the Amazon Original Kids Series. This time, Anne, Nick, and Shania are back, but this time, android, Pal, wants to be a human kid more than ever. I don’t want to give too much away, but I promise it’s REALLY good and once again, the children will team up to figure out how to tackle any obstacles that come their way.

Amazon's Emmy nominated Annedroids

This is also a great show to while traveling. So should you be looking for something new to introduce to the kiddos on your next road trip or flight, consider Annedroids as Prime members will also be able to download the series for offline viewing on iOS, Android and Fire devices at no additional cost. Prime members will have the opportunity to stream all of the seasons with the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online at amazon.com/annedroids.

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Written by Nicole Standley

Nicole Standley

Nicole Standley curates her favorite trends in luxury travel, fine-dining, style + pop culture for The JetSet Family, CBS Los Angeles, Huffington Post and Hilton Hotels. In 2015, she was named Top Family Travel Blogger by both Trip Advisor + Red Tricycle. Instagram: nicoledstandley

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6 COMMENTS
  • valmg @ Mom Knows It All June 26, 2016

    I just heard of this show for the first time the other day. it sounds interesting, and like something my niece would have enjoyed when she was younger.

  • Ashley June 27, 2016

    I hadn’t heard about this show… but i think it is something my son will enjoy!

  • Ellen Christian June 27, 2016

    That sounds really neat. I hadn’t heard about this show before. Definitely will be a hit with the kids.

  • Tammilee Tips June 27, 2016

    I had not heard of this show!! This looks like one that kids will love to watch!

  • Alicia Taylor June 27, 2016

    I am so happy to see a show aimed at getting girls interested in STEM. My best friend’s daughter is graduating from college next year with 2 degrees – Physics and Computer Science. Unfortunately, too few girls go that route.

  • Jennifer July 5, 2016

    My niece would love this show. She’s become such a little scientist, and I think this would be right up her alley.

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