Purple and Nine are two girls trying to solve their problems using technology. In this full episode of Purple and Nine, Purple tries to construct and work a 3D printer to reproduce an original model of a chess piece she broke, before her father finds out it's broken.
The two characters starring in the Gangly Sister production are Purple Isosceles and Nine Helix, two 10-year old girls. Purple and Nine is a series designed to give girls (and boys) lots to dream about. What kinds of problems can you solve with technology?
Whether it's a simple issue like helping a friend get to school, or a complex problem like getting electricity to remote villages, Purple and Nine learn that there's an app for that, but not before they make a lot of mistakes along the way.
Purple and Nine is fun for kids, and it's also wholesome family entertainment. Parents who are looking for great programs for their kids will appreciate Purple and Nine. Without sacrificing any of the fun, Purple and Nine is a series that stresses the value of persistence and creativity in problem solving. The series teaches children to resolve their problems without resorting to force.
This is a full episode, the first episode of the first season of Purple and Nine. The series not only touches on the two girls' everyday lives, but also talks about children in other parts of the world. As the series proceeds, Purple and Nine find that technology can solve problems in their own lives, but also is useful for helping children in the developing world.
The mission of Gangly Sister is to encourage girls to explore the worlds of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The main themes of the series of Purple and Nine are exploring technology, not being discouraged by failure, and finding different ways of expressing themselves as individuals as well as participants in their families and communities. Purple and Nine is wholesome entertainment for tween girls (ages 8-12). The family-friendly themes mean that parents can enjoy the cartoons along with their children.
Purple and Nine is great, wholesome family entertainment for tweens. Parents can feel good about kids watching this type of TV, which encourages girls to be fully self-expressed and to join fields in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). If you are looking for a new cartoon for your kids, this is it.
In the episode, Purple Isosceles, played by Maya Rachmany, builds a 3D printer to try and fix a chess set that she's broken. Her best friend, Nine Helix, played by Liat Shapiro, comes in to help her accomplish the mission. Unfortunately, the 3D printer has a mind of its own and makes them an amazing mystery pet who Purple is afraid will get them into even more trouble. It's laughs and fun with Purple and Nine by Gangly Sister.