Little Einsteins is a children's television series that premiered on prime time on Disney Channel. The program is part of the Playhouse Disney daily block of shows intended for preschoolers. Later on, the series went to Disney Junior, the last episode broadcast on December 22, 2009.


Little Einsteins is about four friends and their Rocket-Ship (Leo, June, Quincy, Annie, and Rocket) who every day go on a mission, when they teach both art and music presenting real life paintings and famous classical music (Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods), the scope of this is teach the children to appreciate music and the art history.

Changes to Season 2

  • Annie's outfit has a new color scheme.
  • After announcing the mission of the day, Leo proclaims, "Let...the mission...begin!".
  • The "pat-pat-pat" sequence is frequently shortened.
  • Annie now uses a microphone when singing the episode's jingle.
  • There is a new segment where the Little Einsteins have to fly really fast, called "super fast".
  • The curtain call sequence is updated with its own song.
  • The ending gag before the credits roll has changed.


Main Characters

Leo is the leader of the Little Einsteins, and the one who pilots Rocket. He is Annie's big brother. His main talent is conducting and his most precious object is his conductor's baton. Leo has red hair and green eyes and eyeglasses. He is voiced by Jesse Schwartz and singing voice by Harrison Chad.

June is a young ballerina who loves to dance. She also enjoys looking at the stars at night with her telescope. She has brown hair and brown eyes. She is voiced by Erica Huang.

Quincy is a boy musician who plays a variety of musical instruments, including the violin, guitar and trumpet. When surprised or amazed, his usual response is "I cannot believe it!". He has brown hair and brown eyes. He is voiced by Aiden Pompey.

Annie is a little girl who loves to sing. She is Leo's little sister and the only character who has piloted Rocket alone. She loves animals including dolphins and horses, but is afraid of spiders. She owns a silver microphone with orange music notes that she won in a song contest. When she wishes to urgently point something out to the team, her usual phrase is "Look-look-look!" She has blonde pigtails and blue eyes. She is voiced by Natalia Wojcik.

Rocket is the Little Einsteins' main mode of transportation, as well as their friend. Rocket has an array of tools and accessories that help the team complete their missions. Rocket also has the ability to transform into any other form of transportation, like a submarine or a train. Rocket communicates with marimba notes.


Main article: Little Einsteins episode list

International versions

In the UK, similar to Nickelodeon's The Backyardigans, dialogue has been changed to fit the British culture, like "Yeah!" being changed to "Yes!". The show has been dubbed into other languages as well:

  • Little Einsteins in America, UK, Bahasa Indonesia, Italy and Philippines [1][2]
  • Små Einsteins in Danish, Norway and Sweden[3][4]
  • Kleine Einsteins in the Netherlands and Germany[5][6]
  • Mini Einsteins in Portuguese and Spanish[7][8]
  • Les Petits Einstein in French[9]
  • 리틀 아인슈타인 (Liteul Ainsyutain) in Korea[10]
  • חבורת איינשטיין in Hebrew[11]
  • リトル・アインシュタイン (Ritoru Ainshutain) in Japan[12]
  • Mali Einsteini in Polish[13]
  • Micile genii in Romanian[14]
  • Pikku Einsteinit in Finnish[15]

UK Version Cast

  • Piers Stubbs- Leo
  • Poppy Lee Friar- June
  • Kirsty Hickey- Annie
  • Mitchell Zhangazha- Quincy


The series was given a 5-star rating by Common Sense Media.[16][17]

Multiple types of merchandise was made in the series' successful years including toys, clothes, home videos, DVDs, CD's, books, bed-care, cereal brands, and more. All the media but DVDs, CD's & Books are retired.


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Season One: "Ring Around the Planet" • "I Love to Conduct" • "Hungarian Hiccups" • "Whale Tale" • "Pirate's Treasure" • "The Birthday Balloons" • "The Legend of the Golden Pyramid" • "Dragon Kite" • "Go West, Young Train" • "Farmer Annie" • "A Little Einsteins Halloween" • "Annie's Solo Mission" • "The Mouse and the Moon" • "The Good Knight and the Bad Knight" • "The Christmas Wish" • "How We Became the Little Einsteins: The True Story" • "Jump for Joey" • "The Northern Night Light" • "O Yes, O Yes, It's Springtime!" • "A Tall Totem Tale" • "The Incredible Shrinking Adventure" • "Duck, Duck, June" • "Rocket Safari" • "Knock on Wood" • "A Galactic Goodnight" • "The Birthday Machine" • "A Brand New Outfit" • "The Missing Invitation"

Season Two: "Quincy and the Magic Instruments" • "Brothers and Sisters to the Rescue" • "The Glass Slipper Ball" • "Annie's Love Song" • "Melody the Music Pet" • "The Puppet Princess" • "Super Fast!!" • "He Speaks Music" • "Hello, Cello" • "Annie and the Little Toy Plane" • "Carmine's Big Race" • "The Great Sky Race Rematch" • "Sleeping Bassoon" • "Rocket Soup" • "The Blue-Footed Booby Bird Ballet" • "Little Red Rockethood" • "The Puzzle of the Sphinx" • "The Wild Goose Chase" • "Annie and the Beanstalk" • "The Wind-Up Toy Prince" • "Mr. Penguin's Ice Cream Adventure" • "Annie, Get Your Microphone" • "The Treasure Behind the Little Red Door" • "The Secret Mystery Prize" • "Animal Snack Time" • "The Great Schubert's Guessing Game" • "Quincy and the Instrument Dinosaurs" • "Build It, Rocket!" • "Melody and Me" • "Music Monsters" • "The Song of the Unicorn" • "Flight of the Instrument Fairies" • "Silly Sock Saves the Circus" • "Go Team!" • "The Music Robot from Outer Space" • "Show and Tell" • "Fire Truck Rocket" • "Rocket the Bug" • "Little Elephant's Big Parade"

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