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Word World- PBS Website
Word World- PBS Website
Part of PBS website. Welcome to WordWorld, the first preschool series where words are truly the stars of the show! Come along for an adventurous romp into a colorful, vibrant world of words with the lovable, legible WordFriends animals whose bodies are made up of the letters that spell the word they are. Word building reinforces the pre-reading concept that letters (and their sounds) make words, and that words have real meaning and power. The series also introduces literacy concepts that preschoolers will encounter as they become readers, such as sounding out letters and rhyming. But most of all, WordWorld helps children get excited about reading and see words as their friends.
Super Why- PBS Website
Super Why- PBS Website
Part of PBS website. SUPER WHY is a breakthrough preschool series designed to help kids ages 3 to 6 with the critical skills that they need to learn to read (and love to read!) as recommended by the National Reading Panel. Its goal is to give every child watching SUPER WHY the tools and the desire to read. By using relatable characters, familiar stories, interactive games, humor, and a sense of adventure in each story, they encourage kids to approach the literacy curriculum in an engaging way. SUPER WHY exposes viewers to important elements of literacy: stories, characters, language development, vocabulary, letter identification, letter sounds, rhyming, word families, comprehension, and text. The foundation of the curriculum is that through interactivity and practice, preschoolers will learn to read and love to read.
Eric Herman - Song - Ants in Your Pants
Eric Herman -  Song - Ants in Your Pants
Clip - Song - 1.54 min Dance like you've got ants in your pants... and stop!' Hilarious song from Eric Herman and the Invisible Band.
DavidOsaka - Clip - Alphabet with the Toys
DavidOsaka - Clip - Alphabet with the Toys
Clip - ABC - 3.54 min. From 'A is for Alligator' to 'Z is for Zebra', David Martin explores the alphabet with children's favorite toys. David Martin lived in Osaka, Japan for more than 10 years teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) to small children. On YouTube David is known as DavidOsaka where he creates and uploads original children's educational videos.
DavidOsaka - Clip - The Little Bare Bear Story
DavidOsaka - Clip - The Little Bare Bear Story
Clip - Story - 1.45 min. This little bear story from David Martin helps children with phonetics, especially the rhymes 'are' and 'oo'. This story is also available as a book.