Information that can be found on Sprout Online includes clips and videos about favorite characters from the channel's television shows, educational video games, and printable and offline activity ideas. The games are simple enough for most preschoolers to play unassisted by adults, according to Common Sense Media reviews.
Preschoolers can watch video clips of their favorite Sprout original characters, and they can also see old favorites, such as Caillou, Thomas the Tank Engine, Barney and Bob the Builder, says Common Sense Media. The games teach skills in reasoning, creativity and health and fitness in subject areas such as language arts, math and art. The activities are repetitive, and children receive feedback in the form of cheers for correct answers and buzzers for incorrect answers.
Adults visiting the site can view videos organized by show and games organized by skill level, type and show. Adults can also utilize links to articles with parenting tips and recipes, craft ideas and worksheets that have been designed to extend learning. Parent reviews on Common Sense Media indicate the children enjoy the games and videos on the website and seem to learn from them. Kid reviews are also favorable, with reviews that say that the website is "awesome" and "the best website ever," as of July 2015.