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Tuttle Twins Cartoon - Educational & Enjoyable
Based of the hit freedom loving children's books teaching Critical Thinking, Economics, Individualism, and other unifying American values
For those of you with young children/grandchildren,
If you are anxiously wondering if there will be any woke indocrination infused into the TV series you let them watch (such as "Arthur" espousing Critical Race Theory, young Elmo getting his Covid shot to 'protect those around him', or the glass slipper belonging to Gonzo because this Muppet Baby is now 'gender fluid'?!), then I recommend a cartoon which has NONE of that. It is the Tuttle Twins cartoon, based on the value driven, freedom loving, economicaly correct children books.
These cartoon episodes discuss
civil discourse with people who have opposing views
free market enterprise
Socialism vs Capitalism
ever expanding government (the Leviathan)
How do you describe economics to a 7-year-old? Should your preteen care about the government? For too long, parents have been at the mercy of professional curriculum developers to instruct their children. History is watered down, key principles omitted altogether, and time and attention are given to things of lesser importance. Not anymore. Tuttle Twins is the first cartoon series to teach kids enduring principles of freedom, economics, and government that both they—and their adults—actually want to watch.
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Below are all full episodes from the first season of Tuttle Twins. Enjoy!
🍋 When Laws Give You Lemons 🍋 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E1
Ethan and Emily Tuttle start a lemonade stand just to lose it to a bad law. But when Grandma Gabby moves in with the family, she takes the twins on her wheelchair time machine to France and the Old West They learn what makes a good and bad law. But will the twins be able to reclaim their lemonade stand in time? This story is influenced by the economist Frédéric Bastiat and his groundbreaking book, The Law.
🪱 War of the Worms 🪱 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E2
A science camp rivalry threatens to destroy Emily’s dreams. Grandma takes the twins to India and a worm battlefield to learn about the golden rule before it’s too late. By learning about the golden rule of fiscal policy, the twins are able to save Emily’s dreams!
✏️ Pencils, Pirates and Ice Cream People ✏️ | Tuttle Twins | S1 E3
Argh! The twins encounter space pirates, a Scotsman, and ice cream people, and they learn about free trade and why no one can make a pencil by themselves. By learning about the free trade market, the twins are able to ensure everyone benefits!
🪁 Of Business and Benjamins🪁 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E4
With the help of Ben Franklin, the Twins learn what it means to be an entrepreneur and start their own corndog stand. By learning about entrepreneurship, the twins are able to grow a business… Too bad Karinnie has some business plans of her own.
🪣 Rising Tides & Dirty Deals 🪣 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E5
The Twins learn that big businesses like Big Bob's BBQ can sometimes produce laws that keep smaller businesses like Food Trucks from being able to survive. They visit Atlantis and try to stop the protectionism there before things get too wet.
👾 The Inflation Monster 👾 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E6
With their eyes set on a big carnival prize, Ethan and Emily learn that printing more tickets causes prices to rise. They visit Ancient Rome and Modern Zimbabwe to see the Inflation Monster at work then rush back to save the carnival. Featuring ZUBY
🌎 Cake, Pies, & Flat Earth Guys 🌎 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E7
Differing views for the kids club auction lead to some tension. But, with the help of Mother Teresa and a flat earth planet, the twins learn that disagree doesn’t mean enemy. Can they make it back and help the kids club live with their differences? Featuring J.P. Sears
⚾ Wonky Wages ⚾ | Tuttle Twins | S1 E8
An exciting field trip to Mr Wonky's Toy Factory comes to a halt when toy maker Tammy Tinkerton quits because she isn't being paid fairly. With the help of Babe Ruth and a humbling trip to Cuba, the twins learn about the dangers of communism and return to try to save the toy factory. Featuring The Babylon Bee
🗑️ Dumpsters & Disobedience 🗑️ | Tuttle Twins | S1 E9
BAM! POW! WHAM! Prepare for Dark Dumpster Derek, a crime-fighting raccoon with an appetite for freedom...and also trash. In this episode the Twins learn about some crazy laws and, with the help of Rosa Parks, what it means to civilly disobey.
🎲 Roll for Power 🎲 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E10
The Tuttle Twins learn how surrendering powers to the government during times of crisis can result in a long-term loss of freedoms. They play a fantastical game "Crisis & Creatures" and learn how to rely on community rather than government to help each other through challenging times.
📣 Free Speech Freestyle 📣 | Tuttle Twins | S1 E11
Karinne is back to causing trouble and this time she’s spreading lies about Ethan. But, with the help of James Madison, the Twins learn what happens when you restrict free speech even if it’s mean or deceptive. This is a hip-hoppin’ episode so start warming up your voice for some Free Speech Freestyle!
🔮 The Fight for the Future 🔮 | Tuttle Twins | S1 Ep12
Desperate to save Grandma Gabby, Ethan and Emily are thrust into a future world where the government runs every part of daily life. Tune in for the epic finale of season 1, an adventure about persuasion vs force as the twins fight for the future.