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Didi Pop - The Cool Alphabet Song
Didi Pop - The Cool Alphabet Song
Song - 2.15 min A different and cool alphabet song with different lyrics to help the little ones learn their ABCs.
Toonbo - The Alphabet Song
Toonbo - The Alphabet Song
Clip - Song - 1.11 min Alphabet Song from 'Let's sing with TOONBO', a new version of the classic ABC song.
Peep and the Big Wide World - Peep Feet
Peep and the Big Wide World - Peep Feet
Full episode - 8.50 min. Season 1, episode 6b. (2004) Peep and the Big Wide World is an animated cartoon that teaches nature and basic science concepts to preschoolers. In this episode, Peep and his friends discover the benefits of standard measurement.
Franny's Feet - Game - Wild animals
Franny's Feet - Game - Wild animals
Partial PBS website - Game - Wild animals Where will my feet take me today?? Each 11-minute animated segment follows five-and-a-half-year-old Franny on a magical adventure. The shoes she tries on in her grandfather?s shoe repair shop transport her to destinations around the globe, where she meets new friends and tries to help them solve problems. Franny?s Feet, targeted to four- to seven-year-old children, is rooted in the excitement, learning, and joyful discoveries that exploration can bring. In each episode, Franny discovers a new place, new people, and new situations that broaden her ? and the viewer?s ? understanding of the world. On this game, kids join Franny to recognize wild animals in an easy game that helps build vocabulary.
Wonder Pets - Videos on Nick
Wonder Pets - Videos on Nick
This is the direct access to the 'Wonder Pets' clips and episodes on Nick Jr. Wonder Pets! is a funny show for preschoolers. Each episode follows the adventures of three classroom pets -Linny the Guinea Pig, Ming-Ming Duckling, and Turtle Tuck - who travel around the globe helping to rescue animals who need their help and they demonstrate the benefits of teamwork. The animation style is called "photo-puppetry", and was created for the series to allow animators to manipulate photographs of real animals. It also uses drawn objects (not characters), so the total presentation could be considered animated mixed-media. This web page requires use of the mouse.