What is it
The Oddbods follows the adventures of seven hilarious, very individual and quirky friends who together, despite their differences, survive the perils of everyday life, unintentionally turning ordinary situations into unexpected, extraordinary and always humorous events. The quirky but totally charming Oddbods celebrate individuality in a funny, warm and unexpected way encouraging kids to be themselves and to love their own quirks and differences – after all, there’s a little odd in everybody!
Welcome to the Oddbods Grown Ups site! Here you’ll find everything you could need to build awesome Oddbods adventures with your kids, be it simple activity sheets, downloadable party accessories, or ideas for fun recipes that you can make together.
What our team of testers said
"Look at the pink one, isn't he silly." - Girl aged 4
"I like Pogo, he's naughty." - Girl aged 5
- Can be used to promote discussion about different personality types
- Teaches children about different emotions
- Inspires imaginative play
What our experts think
This animated series entertains while teaching children about different personality types, emotions and how to get along together. Our little testers found the characters very funny, especially when they did silly things.
We liked that the characters all have distinct personalities and that although they don’t talk, you know what they’re trying to say through their expressions. This is great for developing children’s emotional intelligence, as they learn to identify different feelings and what they mean. The ways the characters interact can also teach children about managing their emotions and embracing each other’s differences, which is an important part of their personal, social and emotional development.
- Brands: Oddbods
- No batteries required
- Product Type(s): Video Content
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Identity, awareness & belonging
Managing feelings & behaviour
Personal, social & emotional development
Social awareness & empathy
Understanding the world