Story

Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun is a collection of short animated movies including The Petting Farm, A Visit to the Zoo, Bird Spotting, Super Potato Movie, Pizza! Pizza!, Strawberries, Children’s Festival, Muddy Festival, TV Land, Roman Day and Grandpa Pig’s Birthday. These short movies are linked together by films featuring adiverse group of young children, who sing and dance and invite the members of the audience to join in with them. Children will love watching Peppa and George splash in muddy puddles, learn about animals at a petting farm and at the zoo, give Grandpa a fun birthday party and discover how television shows are made.

Themes

Fun; education; nature; families; handwashing; health

Violence

There is no violence in Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun, but there’s one scene that features some slapstick comedy. This is when Potato Man is showing the children how he flies, and he crashes into the ceiling. Ms Rabbit must rescue him by helicopter, and she does this by placing a suction cap on his head and pulling him out through the roof.

Sexual references

There are no sexual references in Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun.

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

There’s no use of substances in Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun.

Nudity and sexual activity

There’s no nudity or sexual activity in Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun.

Product placement

No products are displayed or used in Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun. But it’s worth being aware that there lots of Peppa Pig merchandise is marketed to children. This includes soft toys, apps, television programs and so on.

Coarse language

There’s no coarse language in Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun.

Ideas to discuss with your children

Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun is a series of animated cartoons made specifically for very young children. It’s fun and entertaining, and young children will enjoy joining in the dancing and movements with the children in the movie.

The recurrent messages from this movie are about the importance of handwashing and eating enough fruit and vegetables each day.

Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include creative play, politeness, friendliness and inclusiveness.