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Using just one key, your child can help Harry the Bunny find all the moles hiding in the garden. This delightful game is sure to result in plenty of giggles as funny sounds and surprises pop up.
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See all the colors of the rainbow
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An important life-long skill to have is the ability to problem solve. “Arty Party” helps enhance this important ability by introducing the virtually endless ways one can trace and outline animals and objects. Guess along with your child as an artist creatively traces familiar objects, and watch as the final product is unveiled. From simple coloring, to feathers, magnets, buttons, and more, these amazing techniques will take young viewers’ imaginations to new heights!
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Join your child as he or she learns to “do it yourself” with Baby D.I.Y.! This interactive series provides families with an opportunity to bond together while they turn ordinary household items into new exciting works of art! Host Sharen Pearson takes viewers on a journey of fun crafts, laughs and good times.
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In “BabyFirst Tales”, classic fairytales are retold and reinterpreted just for little ones. The stories teach morals and lessons at an age-appropriate level for young viewers’ understanding. Blending live action footage of real children with gentle animation, “BabyFirst Tales” is a great way to help your baby develop a love for reading, teach vocabulary and listening abilities, and introduce basic human values and friendship morals.
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“Baby Maze” is full of twists, turns and surprises and lovable animals find their way out of a maze. In each episode, the characters enter a maze when they hear an interesting sound, smell something appetizing and simply want to get to a particular place. Watch as obstacles are overcome and animals make their way to the end. Little ones participate in the adventure by following along the a-mazing journey!
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“Black & White” is a series designed for the unique visual capabilities of BabyFirst’s very young viewers. Every episode features a sequence of black and white shapes moving across the screen to a classical music soundtrack. As the shapes move across the screen, parents and toddlers can help guess the names of each object.
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Join characters Red and Blue for bubbles of fun! In every episode of “Bloop and Loop”, these friends use their imaginations to think of objects and living creatures. Then, Red and Blue take turns guessing what the other is imagining, and the shape is created by a whirlwind of bubbles! Young viewers learn to use their imaginations and are introduced to new words all at the same time.
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Together with her best friend, Mr. Gramophone, Bonnie Bear creates colorful paintings from sounds that she hears. In every episode, Mr. Gramophone has three different sounds of a common theme to play for Bonnie. It is up to Bonnie to recognize these sounds, name them and paint the object or place of origin. “Bonnie Bear” demonstrates how working with both your ears and hands can bring together sounds and colors to create a beautiful, whole picture.
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Young viewers will enjoy watching BabyFirstTV’s new nighttime series “Carousel Dreams” before bedtime. The constant, slow motions of the 3-D carousel and the familiar images aboard the ride will lull your little one into a peaceful state of tranquility. Soothing music accompanies low sensory animation to make “Carousel Dreams” a must for pre-bedtime viewing.
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“Clay World” transforms ordinary clay into a creative world of fun! An artist begins each episode by creating different objects and characters out of modeling clay. The sculptures are then placed into a realistic landscape which is made entirely out of clay! Young viewers’ imaginations will come alive as they watch the clay figures being constructed and interacting with their environment.
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Meet the color crew – a lively bunch of crayons that explore all the colors of the world! Join them as they introduce basic colors in their very own special way.
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“Color Symphony” is an example of some of BabyFirstTV’s evening programming designed to help soothe babies as they prepare for a nap or sleep. The series combines soft classical music and moving watercolors that form into rich and colorful shapes. “Color Symphony” offers a calming experience that is both relaxing and engaging at the same time.
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The timeless activity of connect the dots comes to life in this vivid series. Watch as a pencil connects 10 dots to form a common object or animal. Little ones will delight as the connection is complete and the voice of children happily shout out the name of the object. The word is also spelled out onscreen to enhance vocabulary. Enjoy the up-beat music, bright colors and imagery of “Connect the Dots.”
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Fred and Fiona are fabulous friends and love to discover where things belong. In each episode, a magical board presents Fred and Fiona with a specific object or animal, familiar to young viewers, and both kids set out to answer, “Where/to whom does it belong?” (e.g. a fish belongs in water). In each episode, “Fred & Fiona” communicates the understanding that everything around us has its own suitable place.
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Come along and play with Harry, a curious 3 year old bunny who loves exploring fun new things. Harry invites young viewers to go on exciting adventures with him as he learns new words and concepts, and playfully teaches them too! By staying in his close environment, Harry explores things in his backyard, his bedroom and other fun places young ones can relate to. “Harry the Bunny” is an exciting new series that is sure to reach and entertain simultaneously.
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“Hide and Seek” features two squirrels, Sammy and Eve, who invite young viewers to partake in their favorite game: Hot and Cold. First, each squirrel takes turns hiding an acorn from one another. Then, as one friend searches for the acorn, the other announces if they are getting closer (warmer) or further away (colder) from the object. “Hide and Seek” engages viewers in a fun game, while introducing them to words relating to distance, such as “closer” and “farther, “behind” and “beside.”
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Teaching babies as young as 12 months old how to use sign language enables them to effectively communicate their needs long before they can speak “proper” words. “I Can Sign” enables parents and babies to bond while learning sign language, and displays teachers verbally repeating a word while demonstrating the correlating sign. The segment also features pleasant music and lively visuals of children engaged in various activities relating to the featured words.
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Meet our playful kangaroo family where Joey, the baby kangaroo, and his mother take you on backyard adventures every fun-filled day. In each episode, Joey brings out a big box and looks inside to see what he can find. As he discovers each item, he does funny things with it until his mom helps him understand what the object is and how it works. Gentle life lessons result as the kangaroo family hops along together down the road of discovery.
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Viewers will be fascinated with the relaxing, calming shapes and colors of “Kaleidoscope”. The program illustrates the relaxing, hypnotic world of kaleidoscopes through infinitely changing forms and colors set to peaceful music.
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Vinnie, a talented yound painter, explores famous works of art and shares it with the budding artists in your home! In each episode, the spirited painter jumps inside a masterpiece with all his gear in tow. Once there, Li’l Vinnie begins to create his own work of art: drawing new objects, coloring them and playing with all the elements he paints. At the end of each apisode viewers learn the name of the masterpiece and the famous artist who created it! It’s baby’s first introduction to works such as Vinvent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.
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“Night Night Lullaby” is a tender series where children’s drawings come to life. Enjoy the soft colors, shapes and music in this favorite nighttime program.
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In “Magic Tunnels”, you will join Mo, a cute and accident prone mole on her many fun and action packed underground adventures. Mo digs her way through underground tunnels, opens mystery doors and discovers exciting worlds of fun and learning. Every door that Mo opens, leads her to activities such as puzzles, building blocks and many other classical children’s games.
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Friendly Jack is a busy mime. He is always up to something; whether it’s playing in his garden or brushing his teeth, Jack’s world is never dull. Follow Jack as he acts out familiar scenes, actions, words and concepts through the captivating art of pantomime. Set in a colourful environment, this program shows young viewers just how much can be said without ever making a sound!
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Mobiles are well known for their rhythmic and steady motion and for their soothing influence on babies. Taking this concept into the 21st century, “Mobiles 3D” is the ideal program to relax baby at the end of a busy day or before naptime. Each episode features a different animated mobile in motion against the backdrop of soft and soothing music.
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BabyFirstTV and My Gym Children’s Fitness Center have come together to create “My Gym at Home”, the first physical fitness show for babies and their parents. Watch and follow along as My Gym fitness instructors take children and parents through various fun filled songs, dances, fitness routines and more!
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Pop-up books easily capture children’s imaginations by telling three-dimensional stories. Every episode of “My Pop-Up Book” does the same, beginning as the book opens and a narrator introduces young viewers to a new object. First, the object is introduced by name and then several essential facts are shared regarding the object and its natural environment. As viewers leaf through each page, the object is shown in various contexts and scenarios, with the narrator’s informative and humorous input carrying them through the story.
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Step into the magical world of music in “The Notekins”. This delightful series features seven little people that represent each of the seven musical notes. In each episode, the Notekins are invited to visit a musical instrument friend and encounter basic music lessons along the way. Young viewers will be introduced to concepts such as pitch and tempo. “The Notekins” is sure to have your toddler singing and dancing!
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Join us for BabyFirstTV’s theatrical counting program, “Number Time”, where your little one will learn the magic of numbers by counting various objects. Baby will watch in anticipation as objects appear on stage and audio counts along. There are beginner and expert episodes, so watch your baby’s counting progress with each and every encore!
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Follow different animals from around the globe on a counting adventure. Whether your baby is watching a cuddly Polar Bear at the North Pole, or a fuzzy Koala in the rain forest, the magic of counting will be brought to life. The high energy brought to the show by its cute characters helps baby learn number recognition from one all the way to five. So come with us on an adventure around the globe.
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“Numbers Farm” features a curious and friendly chick named Peep who helps introduce counting, animals and friendship. With a passion for numbers and learning how to count, Peep encounters many animal friends throughout the farm who are always willing to help him master the “art of counting” from one to five.
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The game of peek-a-boo has entertained babies and toddlers alike for years and years! In “Peekaboo, I See You!”, the friendly character P-Boo swings, rolls, bounces, summersaults and tiptoes into the hearts of little ones. Each episode features three objects that P-Boo hides among. The series teaches prepositions such as behind, under, and inside and is sure to result in giggles and surprises.
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Petey is a quirky, free-spirited young paintbrush that loves color, but can never choose a favorite. “Petey Paintbrush” sees the world in a rainbow of colors and knows that every color has its place. As Petey paints pretty pictures, he demonstrates the colors of everyday objects as well as the colors’ names verbally and visually.
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“Picture Pad” embarks on a vivid and lively journey through a world of fresh and exciting colors. With a crisp blank sheet of paper as the viewers’ canvas, “Picture Pad” brings various objects to life with a rich assortment of colors and imaginative play.
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Pixies are magical 3-D puzzles that float through the air and form familiar shapes to the soothing instrumentation of soft music. Baby’s mind softly stimulated as well-known objects and creatures take shape before your very eyes, Eyelids will droop during the restful “Pixies" nighttime program.
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“Play With Me” showcases groups of young children exploring their world through a series of diverse and engaging activities. The program is meant to introduce viewers to daily experiences, and thus includes real footage rather than animation. Some of the activities include: playing at the playground and with friends, petting small animals, blowing soap bubbles, playing games with parents, playing musical instruments and more. The show conveys the overall joy of playing together and making friends.
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One of the biggest challenges of the early learning stage is understanding the concept of parts that make up a whole. Each episode of “Puzzles” presents the challenge of putting together four parts of a familiar shape or object to make it whole. Puzzle-Kid guides young viewers through each part, eventually revealing the shape or object in its entirety and naming it.
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With “Rainbow Horse,” families can saddle up and get ready to ride off with the rainbow horse on a magical journey of color, music and motion. Riding into a still, black and white frame, the rainbow horse comes galloping in and breathes life, motion and color into everything around it. The program showcases how colors relate to objects, animals and their overall environment.
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Lee and Lucy are lively friends who love to play the game of dress-up with young viewers. The friends are always traveling to new and exciting adventures, but need help choosing the perfect outfit before they go. In each episode, one of them explains where they are going and presents two outfit options. Through trial and error, young viewers are engaged in the game and help Lee and Lucy pick their correct outfit, so they are dressed and ready to go!
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Young children are fascinated by animals – the way they look, the sounds they make and their environment. “Safari Scrapbook” introduces animals in their natural surroundings. Each episode illustrates the life of one animal, sharing scientific facts in a simple and child-friendly short story. Through music, wild sounds, still sketches and live footage, young viewers are introduced to various aspects of nature.
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“Sandman” is a soothing experience for both parent and baby. In each episode, a sculptor’s hands bring a pile of sand to life by turning it into recognizable images, objects or shapes against a backdrop of relaxing classical music. While young viewers watch images come to life from sand, “Sandman” calms them and inspires personal creativity and imagination.
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Little ones will follow the slowly forming shape in the magical underwater world of “Scuba Dots”. Accompanied with peaceful music, baby will watch as the game Connect the Dots is played in an aquarium-like setting complete with underwater creatures and gentle colors.
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Maddie and Zeke are two friends who love to play together. Their favorite game is called “Shape-a-ma-jigs”, where they name objects and then identify the different shapes that make up those objects. Watch in wonderment as the objects are disassembled into the individual shapes when Maddie and Zeke say the magic phrase: “show us your tricks, shape-a-ma-jigs!” Young viewers will enjoy learning about each shape and also seeing each object being put back together piece by piece.
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“Shapes and Sizes” interacts with viewers through a wooden board game with detachable pieces of different shapes and sizes. In every episode, young viewers are given the challenge of fitting four pieces, detached from the board, back in the right place. The four pieces share a common theme (e.g. animals, numbers, toys, food, etc.) in a rich variety of familiar and easily relatable images for babies and toddlers.
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“Shushybe Baby” takes little ones and their parents into the wondrous world of Shushybe, where the Shushies – who live in such villages as Nap Valley, Snore Shore and Slumber Heights – make childrens’ dreams. “Shushybe Baby” encourages children to look forward to bedtime with Shushybye Baby’s positive values-based bedtime stories featuring Snoozles, Dozie and Zeez, on-camera ‘Dream Wishes’ from children, “Let’s Go Shushy” healthful sleep tip segments and – at the heart of each “Shushybe Baby” episode – the award-winning original songs performed by the Shushybe Dream Band.
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Come sing and play with your baby during this program bursting with children’s favorite play songs! Featuring parents and babies playing and singing together, “Swing & Sing” shows young viewers just how fun song and dance can be. Little ones are encouraged to express themselves creatively through sing-alongs with such children’s classics as “Itsy Bitsy Spider”, “Bingo”, and “Pop! Goes the Weasel”, plus many more. “Swing & Sing” offers an interactive and imaginative good time for all!
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Tillie is a friendly neighborhood duck with a wonderful sense of humor and lots of friends. Tillie is so much fun to be around, that her friends are constantly dropping by her place for impromptu play-dates. Tillie loves when that happens, because then she can play her favorite game in the whole world—guessing who’s knocking on her door! As young viewers listen and play along, “Tillie Knock-Knock” introduces them to animal names and the typical sounds they make
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This unique series is specifically designed for young babies under 12 months of age. “Two-Tone Motion” features basic black and white objects, slowly floating against a simple, calm background. The contrast of the black and white colors allows babies to track the object with their eyes and learn to recognize the object. Set to the tune of sweet, soft classical songs, this provides families with a first-step developmental tool.
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Offering a fun and interactive game for parents to play with their children, “What’s Different?” presents viewers with four objects, three of which are identical (same shape and color), and one that is dissimilar. The viewer is asked which of the four objects is different and what makes it different, before the correct answer is given.
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Widget is a wacky inventor with a Ph.D. in the 1-2-3’s. His Wonder Machine is his greatest invention, a trusty device that can make anything from rubber duckies to tractors, with just the click of a button. And, whatever his Wonder Machine makes, Widget is there to count, although his counting never seems to go as smoothly as one might expect. As a result, Widget is always running around, dropping things, picking them up, and causing his Wonder Machine to make funny sounds. Luckily, his Wonder Machine is a dependable friend that keeps Widget right on track. “Widget and His Wonder Machine” makes counting exciting and fun.
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“Wonder Box” invites young viewers inside a magical miniature world. This exciting box has many doors, windows and drawers in various shapes, sizes and colors. Every door and window on the Wonder Box has its own unique purpose and function, ranging from revolving doors, buttons, zippers and more. The end of each segment takes viewers back to the Wonder Box to watch it rotate and reveal yet another new entrance leading to the next adventure.
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“Word of the Day” is a bilingual series perfect for parents who want their babies to learn Spanish! In each episode, one new word is introduced first in Spanish and then in English. The special word of the day is reinforced during the show through audio, live and still footage and colorful illustrations.
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The Wordies are three fun-loving creature friends who explore new words every day. They see each word on their television and then repeat the word out loud. “The Wordies” is a simple series sure to increase toddlers’ vocabulary in an imaginative and creative way.
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Yoyo & Peanut are two funny circus clowns who couldn’t be more opposite. Yoyo is tall and clumsy, while Peanut is short and assertive. Together they enjoy different adventures in the circus arena, through which they present opposite objects and words. Each episode of “The Yoyo & Peanut Show” demonstrates the concept of opposites, as Yoyo and Peanut enforce an equally important message that two individuals can be best friends, despite being fundamentally different.
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Using just one key, your child can help Harry the Bunny find all the moles hiding in the garden. This delightful game is sure to result in plenty of giggles as funny sounds and surprises pop up.
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An important life-long skill to have is the ability to problem solve. “Arty Party” helps enhance this important ability by introducing the virtually endless ways one can trace and outline animals and objects. Guess along with your child as an artist creatively traces familiar objects, and watch as the final product is unveiled. From simple coloring, to feathers, magnets, buttons, and more, these amazing techniques will take young viewers’ imaginations to new heights!
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Join your child as he or she learns to “do it yourself” with Baby D.I.Y.! This interactive series provides families with an opportunity to bond together while they turn ordinary household items into new exciting works of art! Host Sharen Pearson takes viewers on a journey of fun crafts, laughs and good times.
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In “BabyFirst Tales”, classic fairytales are retold and reinterpreted just for little ones. The stories teach morals and lessons at an age-appropriate level for young viewers’ understanding. Blending live action footage of real children with gentle animation, “BabyFirst Tales” is a great way to help your baby develop a love for reading, teach vocabulary and listening abilities, and introduce basic human values and friendship morals.
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“Baby Maze” is full of twists, turns and surprises and lovable animals find their way out of a maze. In each episode, the characters enter a maze when they hear an interesting sound, smell something appetizing and simply want to get to a particular place. Watch as obstacles are overcome and animals make their way to the end. Little ones participate in the adventure by following along the a-mazing journey!
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“Black & White” is a series designed for the unique visual capabilities of BabyFirst’s very young viewers. Every episode features a sequence of black and white shapes moving across the screen to a classical music soundtrack. As the shapes move across the screen, parents and toddlers can help guess the names of each object.
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Join characters Red and Blue for bubbles of fun! In every episode of “Bloop and Loop”, these friends use their imaginations to think of objects and living creatures. Then, Red and Blue take turns guessing what the other is imagining, and the shape is created by a whirlwind of bubbles! Young viewers learn to use their imaginations and are introduced to new words all at the same time.
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Together with her best friend, Mr. Gramophone, Bonnie Bear creates colorful paintings from sounds that she hears. In every episode, Mr. Gramophone has three different sounds of a common theme to play for Bonnie. It is up to Bonnie to recognize these sounds, name them and paint the object or place of origin. “Bonnie Bear” demonstrates how working with both your ears and hands can bring together sounds and colors to create a beautiful, whole picture.
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Young viewers will enjoy watching BabyFirstTV’s new nighttime series “Carousel Dreams” before bedtime. The constant, slow motions of the 3-D carousel and the familiar images aboard the ride will lull your little one into a peaceful state of tranquility. Soothing music accompanies low sensory animation to make “Carousel Dreams” a must for pre-bedtime viewing.
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“Clay World” transforms ordinary clay into a creative world of fun! An artist begins each episode by creating different objects and characters out of modeling clay. The sculptures are then placed into a realistic landscape which is made entirely out of clay! Young viewers’ imaginations will come alive as they watch the clay figures being constructed and interacting with their environment.
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Meet the color crew – a lively bunch of crayons that explore all the colors of the world! Join them as they introduce basic colors in their very own special way.
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“Color Symphony” is an example of some of BabyFirstTV’s evening programming designed to help soothe babies as they prepare for a nap or sleep. The series combines soft classical music and moving watercolors that form into rich and colorful shapes. “Color Symphony” offers a calming experience that is both relaxing and engaging at the same time.
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The timeless activity of connect the dots comes to life in this vivid series. Watch as a pencil connects 10 dots to form a common object or animal. Little ones will delight as the connection is complete and the voice of children happily shout out the name of the object. The word is also spelled out onscreen to enhance vocabulary. Enjoy the up-beat music, bright colors and imagery of “Connect the Dots.”
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Fred and Fiona are fabulous friends and love to discover where things belong. In each episode, a magical board presents Fred and Fiona with a specific object or animal, familiar to young viewers, and both kids set out to answer, “Where/to whom does it belong?” (e.g. a fish belongs in water). In each episode, “Fred & Fiona” communicates the understanding that everything around us has its own suitable place.
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Come along and play with Harry, a curious 3 year old bunny who loves exploring fun new things. Harry invites young viewers to go on exciting adventures with him as he learns new words and concepts, and playfully teaches them too! By staying in his close environment, Harry explores things in his backyard, his bedroom and other fun places young ones can relate to. “Harry the Bunny” is an exciting new series that is sure to reach and entertain simultaneously.
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“Hide and Seek” features two squirrels, Sammy and Eve, who invite young viewers to partake in their favorite game: Hot and Cold. First, each squirrel takes turns hiding an acorn from one another. Then, as one friend searches for the acorn, the other announces if they are getting closer (warmer) or further away (colder) from the object. “Hide and Seek” engages viewers in a fun game, while introducing them to words relating to distance, such as “closer” and “farther, “behind” and “beside.”
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Teaching babies as young as 12 months old how to use sign language enables them to effectively communicate their needs long before they can speak “proper” words. “I Can Sign” enables parents and babies to bond while learning sign language, and displays teachers verbally repeating a word while demonstrating the correlating sign. The segment also features pleasant music and lively visuals of children engaged in various activities relating to the featured words.
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Meet our playful kangaroo family where Joey, the baby kangaroo, and his mother take you on backyard adventures every fun-filled day. In each episode, Joey brings out a big box and looks inside to see what he can find. As he discovers each item, he does funny things with it until his mom helps him understand what the object is and how it works. Gentle life lessons result as the kangaroo family hops along together down the road of discovery.
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Viewers will be fascinated with the relaxing, calming shapes and colors of “Kaleidoscope”. The program illustrates the relaxing, hypnotic world of kaleidoscopes through infinitely changing forms and colors set to peaceful music.
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Vinnie, a talented yound painter, explores famous works of art and shares it with the budding artists in your home! In each episode, the spirited painter jumps inside a masterpiece with all his gear in tow. Once there, Li’l Vinnie begins to create his own work of art: drawing new objects, coloring them and playing with all the elements he paints. At the end of each apisode viewers learn the name of the masterpiece and the famous artist who created it! It’s baby’s first introduction to works such as Vinvent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.
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“Night Night Lullaby” is a tender series where children’s drawings come to life. Enjoy the soft colors, shapes and music in this favorite nighttime program.
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In “Magic Tunnels”, you will join Mo, a cute and accident prone mole on her many fun and action packed underground adventures. Mo digs her way through underground tunnels, opens mystery doors and discovers exciting worlds of fun and learning. Every door that Mo opens, leads her to activities such as puzzles, building blocks and many other classical children’s games.
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Friendly Jack is a busy mime. He is always up to something; whether it’s playing in his garden or brushing his teeth, Jack’s world is never dull. Follow Jack as he acts out familiar scenes, actions, words and concepts through the captivating art of pantomime. Set in a colourful environment, this program shows young viewers just how much can be said without ever making a sound!
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Mobiles are well known for their rhythmic and steady motion and for their soothing influence on babies. Taking this concept into the 21st century, “Mobiles 3D” is the ideal program to relax baby at the end of a busy day or before naptime. Each episode features a different animated mobile in motion against the backdrop of soft and soothing music.
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BabyFirstTV and My Gym Children’s Fitness Center have come together to create “My Gym at Home”, the first physical fitness show for babies and their parents. Watch and follow along as My Gym fitness instructors take children and parents through various fun filled songs, dances, fitness routines and more!
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Pop-up books easily capture children’s imaginations by telling three-dimensional stories. Every episode of “My Pop-Up Book” does the same, beginning as the book opens and a narrator introduces young viewers to a new object. First, the object is introduced by name and then several essential facts are shared regarding the object and its natural environment. As viewers leaf through each page, the object is shown in various contexts and scenarios, with the narrator’s informative and humorous input carrying them through the story.
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Step into the magical world of music in “The Notekins”. This delightful series features seven little people that represent each of the seven musical notes. In each episode, the Notekins are invited to visit a musical instrument friend and encounter basic music lessons along the way. Young viewers will be introduced to concepts such as pitch and tempo. “The Notekins” is sure to have your toddler singing and dancing!
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Join us for BabyFirstTV’s theatrical counting program, “Number Time”, where your little one will learn the magic of numbers by counting various objects. Baby will watch in anticipation as objects appear on stage and audio counts along. There are beginner and expert episodes, so watch your baby’s counting progress with each and every encore!
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Follow different animals from around the globe on a counting adventure. Whether your baby is watching a cuddly Polar Bear at the North Pole, or a fuzzy Koala in the rain forest, the magic of counting will be brought to life. The high energy brought to the show by its cute characters helps baby learn number recognition from one all the way to five. So come with us on an adventure around the globe.
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“Numbers Farm” features a curious and friendly chick named Peep who helps introduce counting, animals and friendship. With a passion for numbers and learning how to count, Peep encounters many animal friends throughout the farm who are always willing to help him master the “art of counting” from one to five.
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The game of peek-a-boo has entertained babies and toddlers alike for years and years! In “Peekaboo, I See You!”, the friendly character P-Boo swings, rolls, bounces, summersaults and tiptoes into the hearts of little ones. Each episode features three objects that P-Boo hides among. The series teaches prepositions such as behind, under, and inside and is sure to result in giggles and surprises.
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Petey is a quirky, free-spirited young paintbrush that loves color, but can never choose a favorite. “Petey Paintbrush” sees the world in a rainbow of colors and knows that every color has its place. As Petey paints pretty pictures, he demonstrates the colors of everyday objects as well as the colors’ names verbally and visually.
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“Picture Pad” embarks on a vivid and lively journey through a world of fresh and exciting colors. With a crisp blank sheet of paper as the viewers’ canvas, “Picture Pad” brings various objects to life with a rich assortment of colors and imaginative play.
TV Programs
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Pixies are magical 3-D puzzles that float through the air and form familiar shapes to the soothing instrumentation of soft music. Baby’s mind softly stimulated as well-known objects and creatures take shape before your very eyes, Eyelids will droop during the restful “Pixies" nighttime program.
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“Play With Me” showcases groups of young children exploring their world through a series of diverse and engaging activities. The program is meant to introduce viewers to daily experiences, and thus includes real footage rather than animation. Some of the activities include: playing at the playground and with friends, petting small animals, blowing soap bubbles, playing games with parents, playing musical instruments and more. The show conveys the overall joy of playing together and making friends.
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One of the biggest challenges of the early learning stage is understanding the concept of parts that make up a whole. Each episode of “Puzzles” presents the challenge of putting together four parts of a familiar shape or object to make it whole. Puzzle-Kid guides young viewers through each part, eventually revealing the shape or object in its entirety and naming it.
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With “Rainbow Horse,” families can saddle up and get ready to ride off with the rainbow horse on a magical journey of color, music and motion. Riding into a still, black and white frame, the rainbow horse comes galloping in and breathes life, motion and color into everything around it. The program showcases how colors relate to objects, animals and their overall environment.
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Lee and Lucy are lively friends who love to play the game of dress-up with young viewers. The friends are always traveling to new and exciting adventures, but need help choosing the perfect outfit before they go. In each episode, one of them explains where they are going and presents two outfit options. Through trial and error, young viewers are engaged in the game and help Lee and Lucy pick their correct outfit, so they are dressed and ready to go!
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Young children are fascinated by animals – the way they look, the sounds they make and their environment. “Safari Scrapbook” introduces animals in their natural surroundings. Each episode illustrates the life of one animal, sharing scientific facts in a simple and child-friendly short story. Through music, wild sounds, still sketches and live footage, young viewers are introduced to various aspects of nature.
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“Sandman” is a soothing experience for both parent and baby. In each episode, a sculptor’s hands bring a pile of sand to life by turning it into recognizable images, objects or shapes against a backdrop of relaxing classical music. While young viewers watch images come to life from sand, “Sandman” calms them and inspires personal creativity and imagination.
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Little ones will follow the slowly forming shape in the magical underwater world of “Scuba Dots”. Accompanied with peaceful music, baby will watch as the game Connect the Dots is played in an aquarium-like setting complete with underwater creatures and gentle colors.
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Maddie and Zeke are two friends who love to play together. Their favorite game is called “Shape-a-ma-jigs”, where they name objects and then identify the different shapes that make up those objects. Watch in wonderment as the objects are disassembled into the individual shapes when Maddie and Zeke say the magic phrase: “show us your tricks, shape-a-ma-jigs!” Young viewers will enjoy learning about each shape and also seeing each object being put back together piece by piece.
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“Shapes and Sizes” interacts with viewers through a wooden board game with detachable pieces of different shapes and sizes. In every episode, young viewers are given the challenge of fitting four pieces, detached from the board, back in the right place. The four pieces share a common theme (e.g. animals, numbers, toys, food, etc.) in a rich variety of familiar and easily relatable images for babies and toddlers.
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“Shushybe Baby” takes little ones and their parents into the wondrous world of Shushybe, where the Shushies – who live in such villages as Nap Valley, Snore Shore and Slumber Heights – make childrens’ dreams. “Shushybe Baby” encourages children to look forward to bedtime with Shushybye Baby’s positive values-based bedtime stories featuring Snoozles, Dozie and Zeez, on-camera ‘Dream Wishes’ from children, “Let’s Go Shushy” healthful sleep tip segments and – at the heart of each “Shushybe Baby” episode – the award-winning original songs performed by the Shushybe Dream Band.
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Come sing and play with your baby during this program bursting with children’s favorite play songs! Featuring parents and babies playing and singing together, “Swing & Sing” shows young viewers just how fun song and dance can be. Little ones are encouraged to express themselves creatively through sing-alongs with such children’s classics as “Itsy Bitsy Spider”, “Bingo”, and “Pop! Goes the Weasel”, plus many more. “Swing & Sing” offers an interactive and imaginative good time for all!
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Tillie is a friendly neighborhood duck with a wonderful sense of humor and lots of friends. Tillie is so much fun to be around, that her friends are constantly dropping by her place for impromptu play-dates. Tillie loves when that happens, because then she can play her favorite game in the whole world—guessing who’s knocking on her door! As young viewers listen and play along, “Tillie Knock-Knock” introduces them to animal names and the typical sounds they make
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This unique series is specifically designed for young babies under 12 months of age. “Two-Tone Motion” features basic black and white objects, slowly floating against a simple, calm background. The contrast of the black and white colors allows babies to track the object with their eyes and learn to recognize the object. Set to the tune of sweet, soft classical songs, this provides families with a first-step developmental tool.
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Offering a fun and interactive game for parents to play with their children, “What’s Different?” presents viewers with four objects, three of which are identical (same shape and color), and one that is dissimilar. The viewer is asked which of the four objects is different and what makes it different, before the correct answer is given.
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Widget is a wacky inventor with a Ph.D. in the 1-2-3’s. His Wonder Machine is his greatest invention, a trusty device that can make anything from rubber duckies to tractors, with just the click of a button. And, whatever his Wonder Machine makes, Widget is there to count, although his counting never seems to go as smoothly as one might expect. As a result, Widget is always running around, dropping things, picking them up, and causing his Wonder Machine to make funny sounds. Luckily, his Wonder Machine is a dependable friend that keeps Widget right on track. “Widget and His Wonder Machine” makes counting exciting and fun.
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“Wonder Box” invites young viewers inside a magical miniature world. This exciting box has many doors, windows and drawers in various shapes, sizes and colors. Every door and window on the Wonder Box has its own unique purpose and function, ranging from revolving doors, buttons, zippers and more. The end of each segment takes viewers back to the Wonder Box to watch it rotate and reveal yet another new entrance leading to the next adventure.
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“Word of the Day” is a bilingual series perfect for parents who want their babies to learn Spanish! In each episode, one new word is introduced first in Spanish and then in English. The special word of the day is reinforced during the show through audio, live and still footage and colorful illustrations.
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The Wordies are three fun-loving creature friends who explore new words every day. They see each word on their television and then repeat the word out loud. “The Wordies” is a simple series sure to increase toddlers’ vocabulary in an imaginative and creative way.
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Yoyo & Peanut are two funny circus clowns who couldn’t be more opposite. Yoyo is tall and clumsy, while Peanut is short and assertive. Together they enjoy different adventures in the circus arena, through which they present opposite objects and words. Each episode of “The Yoyo & Peanut Show” demonstrates the concept of opposites, as Yoyo and Peanut enforce an equally important message that two individuals can be best friends, despite being fundamentally different.
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