Mighty Machines focuses on footage of real machines (firetrucks, airplanes, freight trains, snow plows) working. Voiceovers tell the story of how the machines work together to get work done.
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Tee Schneider ...
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Alan Bacchus
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Edward Daranyi
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Suzanne Hersh
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Christopher Quinn
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Oliver Svendsen
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Chuck Vollmar
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Mighty Machines focuses on footage of real machines (firetrucks, airplanes, freight trains, snow plows) working. Voiceovers tell the story of how the machines work together to get work done.

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My son and I love to watch Mighty Machines together
2 December 2013 | by (Seattle, WA USA) – See all my reviews

My 4 year old son and I love watching Mighty Machines together. It's really interesting to see how machines function in a variety of industries. The machine voices seem cheesy at first, but it's a really engaging way to present the informational content to small kids.

My favorite episode is the one where they show snow removal in major Canadian cities. It's astounding to see how much work, how many machines, and what unique infrastructure are needed to keep a city that size working in the snowy weather.

The only negative that I have for this show is that it was pretty boring for my daughter who is only 2 and a half and who is much less interested in mechanical processes.

My son's favorite part are the funny voices and seeing how the machines work. Overall, I love this show. It's educational, and it's interesting for kids and adults.


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