Customer Reviews

As an early childhood teacher, I think that the Tashi Non-Stop web series is very creative. The children love Tashi, the way she dresses, the way she talks — everything about her is very funny. These skits give the children and their teacher the opportunity to open up a discussion during circle time right after watching them. Kids would benefit from the opportunity to talk about what happened to Tashi in the skits. They may feel connected to her and relate to some of Tashi’s characters and issues. The videos are entertaining, educational, short and funny, so everybody — kids as well as adults — can enjoy them regardless of their age!


Val Gui | Early Childhood Teacher

My daughter found the ‘Conversation With Armchairs’ skit so funny! And right after watching it, she sat right down to write her own story, too. She also loved the ‘How Not To Brush Your Teeth’ skit. She asked to play it whenever she brushes her teeth!


Irene | Kaaliopy Paleos and daughter Irene, age 6

We are loving Tashi Non-Stop videos on YouTube. Julian is rapt-laughing, grimacing, smiling and staring in fascination. I love the educational component, how you mix it with your own quirky humor. My 7-year-old son, who loves Harry Potter and Star Wars, hangs on your every word and funny, quirky action. And always with a smile on his face.


Julian | Melissa Cattleman and son Julian, age 7

Mommy, this is so funny!

Faye | Age 4

Your skits are amazing, super duper funny. I love all your skits.


Ezra | Age 7

My daughter was very mesmerised by the skits and she requested to see all of them.

Sophia D. | Jay Vad Din and daughter Sophia, age 7

The videos were so silly, I couldn’t wait to see more. When Tashi tried to fit her toe in the tiny matchbox taxi, I couldn’t stop laughing.

Sophia Vinci | Sophia Vinci, age 6 (as told to her mother)

This is the best video I have ever seen! (Reaction to Tashi Non-Stop’s ‘Agnes Mcmonagle – How To Get Your Face In Shape’ video


Darren | Age 8

Tashi Non-Stop review featured in The Ritz Herald


Somewhere between Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood and Pee-Wee’s Playhouse lies the fun and magic of Tashi Non-Stop, an educational kids’ show that is quietly building a beautiful following on YouTube. This animated web series, created for kids aged four to six, is “non-stop” in many ways—with its positive energy and playfulness only eclipsed by the kinds of life lessons you’d expect from Sesame Street or Mr. Dressup. However, don’t let these comparisons give the impression that this show is a retread. By no means is Tashi Non-Stop driven solely by nostalgia. On the contrary, the skits feel fresh and unique, and they bring a sense of innocence that relates perfectly to the childhood experience. It’s learning without the pressure and the walls.

“When it’s fun to learn, it’s easy to learn.” This quote from Tashi’s website,, couldn’t better represent this web series’ intention better. Tashi, whose real-life name is Natasha Hanina, was born to entertain. She plays several over-the-top characters on this delightful sketch comedy program, each with its unique backstory. They genuinely engage with heart, interacting with the audience and providing valuable lessons in a fun, tangible way. Tashi values family, social values, and making the world a better place; this is evident in how she brings her collection of colorful characters to life.

What are these characters like, you ask? Each fits into a different part of life: Ms. Wallaby teaches lessons about the outdoors and instills values relating to animals and nature. Agnes McMonagle spends her time inspiring health and fitness (albeit in a hilarious, awkward way). There are also characters like Chef Tashi, who playfully introduces a variety of foods from different parts of the world, and Tashi, The Vampire, who teaches kids how to sneeze without spreading germs and even how to overcome fears of the dark. These characters are hilarious and present these lessons sweetly and entertainingly.

Studies have shown that when kids connect to their imagination early, they deal better with life as adults. From managing relationships to being better workers, children who are in touch with their creativity become adults who are in contact with themselves. Social values meet life skills on Tashi Non-stop, and while some lessons fail in the lecture format, they connect beautifully in this unconventional, unstructured web series.

The walls come down with Tashi Non-Stop. The show’s ambiance benefits greatly from green screen technology, where colorful backdrops and creative sets bring Tashi’s characters to life. This green screen work adds vibrancy to the show’s tone and gives a modern feeling to a genre that relies on physical sets, props, and puppets. In addition, each environment resonates with the theme of the skit’s lessons.

Tashi’s heart and love for the childhood experience shine through all the lively characters and creative sets. Every skit feels like a love letter to the process of growing up and never forgets to instill a critical value. Messages about manners, taking care of others, and respecting the environment run throughout this colorful web series.

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