Cartoon Network’s Craig Of The Creek Awarded A Common Sense Seal

Cartoon Network's Craig Of The Creek Awarded A Common Sense Seal

Cartoon Network’s Craig Of The Creek Awarded A Common Sense Seal

Cartoon Network Studios’ latest animated show – Craig Of The Creek has been awarded a Common Sense Seal from family-friendly content review website – Common Sense Media. Common Sense Media analyses television shows, video games, books, mobile apps, websites and movies to make sure they’re suitable for younger audiences, both parents and children can contribute feedback by posting reviews on the website. Common Sense Media also considers whether the show (or any form of media marketed towards children) has a positive message for children and whether the content has positive role models or/and educational content.

Craig of the Creek has been chosen for the Common Sense Seal because of the diversity of its characters and inclusion of minorities, the show has been recommended for children aged six and above. HBO’s Sesame Street has also been awarded a Common Sense Seal for the special episode – The Magical Wand Chase because of its educational value, positive messages and for the diversity of its characters, the special has been recommended for children aged four and above.

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Adventure Time Elements And Steven Universe Wanted Win Common Sense Seal Awards

Adventure Time Elements And Steven Universe Wanted Win Common Sense Seal Awards

Adventure Time Elements And Steven Universe Wanted Win Common Sense Seal Awards

The mini-series Adventure Time: Elements has won a Common Sense Seal from family-friendly content review website – Common Sense Media. Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe has also won a seal for its one-hour special – Wanted, which consisted of four episodes. Common Sense Media analyses television shows, video games, books, mobile apps, websites and movies to make sure they’re suitable for a younger audience, both parents and children can contribute feedback by posting reviews. The non-profit organisation goes beyond the typical age appropriate standards when rating content, it also considers whether the show (or any form of media marketed towards children) has a positive message for children and whether the content has positive role models or/and educational content.

In Adventure Time: Elements (aired in the U.S. in April), both Finn and Jake return from a long voyage and discover that the Land of Ooo is in complete disarray, the four elements Ice, Candy, Fire and Slime have been thrown out of balance and as a consequence it has split the land into four. Finn and Jake teams up with Ice King and Lumpy Space Princess to restore the natural order of the land. In the Steven Universe: Wanted story-arc (aired in the U.S. in May), Steven goes to court in the Gem Homeworld for shattering Pink Diamond (technically caused by his mother – Rose Quartz, Steven possesses her gem), Steven meets some new allies – The Off-Colors and thanks to Lars, he escapes back to Earth in the most unusual way.

A full list of all the Common Sense Media Television Seal winners during Spring, Summer and Autumn 2017 can be viewed on the link below:

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/about-us/news/press-releases/common-sense-media-announces-newest-common-sense-seal-for-tv-honorees

To find out more on how Common Sense Media rates content, follow the link below:

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/about-us/our-mission/about-our-ratings