Tumble Leaf

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  • TV-Y
  • 2014
  • 4 Seasons
  • 8.6  (569)

Tumble Leaf is an Emmy-winning children's show from Amazon Studios that premiered in 2013 and ended in 2019. The show follows Fig, a blue fox, and his adventures in the whimsical and colorful world of Tumble Leaf. The show uses stop motion animation and puppetry, giving it a unique and charming feel.

Each episode of Tumble Leaf focuses on a different object that Fig discovers or receives, and he sets out on a journey to learn about it and find new ways to use it. With the help of his friends, including Stick, a stick insect, and Maple, a sweet otter, Fig explores the world around him and learns valuable lessons along the way.

One of the key themes of Tumble Leaf is exploring and discovering new things. Fig is endlessly curious and always excited to learn, and the show encourages children to do the same. Whether it's figuring out how to use a paintbrush or understanding how wind works, Fig and his friends approach every challenge with enthusiasm and creativity.

Another important aspect of the show is friendship and teamwork. Fig's friends are always there to help him, and he returns the favor whenever they need him. Through their adventures, the characters learn how to work together and support one another, teaching valuable lessons about empathy and kindness to young viewers.

The show also values imagination and creativity. The world of Tumble Leaf is full of possibilities, and the characters are always taking ordinary objects and using them in new and unexpected ways. Whether it's turning a cardboard box into a boat or using a kaleidoscope to make beautiful patterns, Fig and his friends encourage children to think outside the box and come up with their own imaginative solutions.

One of the standout features of Tumble Leaf is its beautiful animation. The stop motion style gives everything a tactile, handmade feel, and the attention to detail is remarkable. Every object in the world of Tumble Leaf is carefully crafted and full of texture and personality, from the leaves on the trees to the buttons on Fig's coat. The music and sound design are also top-notch, adding to the immersive and enchanting atmosphere of the show.

Overall, Tumble Leaf is a delightful and charming show for children and families to enjoy together. Its focus on curiosity, friendship, and creativity make it a valuable and engaging educational tool, while its stunning animation and whimsical world make it a joy to watch. With its heartwarming stories and lovable characters, Tumble Leaf is a true gem of children's programming.

Tumble Leaf is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (43 episodes). The series first aired on May 6, 2014.

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1. Episode 1
July 24, 2018
HEDGE'S BUTTERFLY SAFARI - Fig puts a bowl in Hedge's Finding Place. When Hedge finds it, he wears it like a pith helmet and heads of on a safari in search of a giant butterfly with Fig, Pine, and Stick. First, they discover some squirrel beetles, but the noise they make scares the squirrels. By stepping on and popping dried seedpods and soft green pods, they learn that the squirrels will stay if they're quiet. They see the butterfly fly to a cove, then disappear. So, they try to ask an owl beetle where it went, but they scare the owl beetle away. After being inspired by a dancing jellibeetle, they learn that if they don't move the owl beetle will stay. The owl directs them to the butterfly. And, once they stay quiet and still, they are surrounded by butterflies and Hedge sees the giant butterfly at long last! HOPSCOTCH HIGHWAY - Ginkgo tosses two pieces of chalk away. One lands in the Finding Place while Maple finds the other one on the beach. Maple starts drawing a hopscotch board and, when Fig sees her, he's inspired to make a hopscotch board, too. They decide to connect their paths together, but their chalk runs out before they meet and their dream of one continuous hopscotch highway seems lost. But, when the chickens do a choreographed Irish step dance with large leaves, Fig gets the idea to use leaves to extend their paths. And, when the leaves run out, they use other natural objects to extend the boards. Finally, they use Fig's tie, a petal from Maple's skirt, Stick's surfshell and Pebble's spider string to make the last square connecting their Hopscotch Highway!
Where to Watch Tumble Leaf
Tumble Leaf is available for streaming on the Amazon Studios website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Tumble Leaf on demand at Amazon Prime.
  • Premiere Date
    May 6, 2014
  • IMDB Rating
    8.6  (569)