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It’s time for roll call! pull up a chair and join in the colorful fun! Tune-in to the BabyU channel to introduce your child to new words, animals, numbers and so much more.
Activities
Activities
Join Sammy & Eve as they encounter delicious fruit and begin to recognize and identify apples, bananas, pears and grapes.
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Activities
Squirrel friends Sammy and Eve are introduced to even more types of fruit! They discover what oranges, peaches, strawberries and lemons all look like and how to identify them.
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Activities
Discover yummy and nutritious vegetables with Sammy and Eve! Join them as they meet lettuce, carrots, pumpkins and potatoes.
Activities
Activities
The food fun continues as Sammy & Eve recognize different vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and peas.
Activities
Activities
Have fun exploring different kinds of beverages with Sammy & Eve. Your child will be introduced to the basics of water, milk and juice.
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Activities
It`s meal time for Sammy & Eve as they learn about the concept of dairy foods. Your child will get to explore familiar dairy products including yogurt, cheese and butter.
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Characters
Harry`s House - Meet Harry and friends
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TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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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TV Programs
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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TV Programs
“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.”
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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!
TV Programs
TV Programs
“Tell Me a Story” and Barnes & Noble bring the pages of Sterling Publishing’s children’s books to life, making reading aloud a multi-sensory experience. In this animated series, a narrator reads each story as viewers leaf from page to page of exciting tales like Baby Can’t Sleep, How Will I Ever Sleep in this Bed, and Silly Animal Mix-Ups.
TV Programs
TV Programs
Larry is a cute and curious parrot with an appetite for learning new words. Every environment into which he flies features one recurring item, e.g. a piece of furniture, article of clothing, a toy, etc. With the help of a narrator, Larry learns the name of the object of the day, and staying true to his parrot nature, he repeats the name over and over again, using humorous animated gestures along the way.
TV Programs
TV Programs
“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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
As part of the Hola Bebe daily block of programming, "Sing in English" features four colorful puppet friends that invite viewers to sing along! Each episode features a variety of simple, catchy tunes that introduce basic Spanish words. This vivid, adorable series take children on a journey through familiar places such as the park, classroom and kitchen as they are introduced to Spanish language and culture.
Activities
Activities
Join Sammy & Eve as they encounter delicious fruit and begin to recognize and identify apples, bananas, pears and grapes.
Activities
Activities
Squirrel friends Sammy and Eve are introduced to even more types of fruit! They discover what oranges, peaches, strawberries and lemons all look like and how to identify them.
Activities
Activities
Discover yummy and nutritious vegetables with Sammy and Eve! Join them as they meet lettuce, carrots, pumpkins and potatoes.
Activities
Activities
The food fun continues as Sammy & Eve recognize different vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and peas.
Activities
Activities
Have fun exploring different kinds of beverages with Sammy & Eve. Your child will be introduced to the basics of water, milk and juice.
Activities
Activities
It`s meal time for Sammy & Eve as they learn about the concept of dairy foods. Your child will get to explore familiar dairy products including yogurt, cheese and butter.
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It’s time for roll call! pull up a chair and join in the colorful fun! Tune-in to the BabyU channel to introduce your child to new words, animals, numbers and so much more.
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TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.”
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
“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.”
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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!
TV Programs
TV Programs
“Tell Me a Story” and Barnes & Noble bring the pages of Sterling Publishing’s children’s books to life, making reading aloud a multi-sensory experience. In this animated series, a narrator reads each story as viewers leaf from page to page of exciting tales like Baby Can’t Sleep, How Will I Ever Sleep in this Bed, and Silly Animal Mix-Ups.
TV Programs
TV Programs
Larry is a cute and curious parrot with an appetite for learning new words. Every environment into which he flies features one recurring item, e.g. a piece of furniture, article of clothing, a toy, etc. With the help of a narrator, Larry learns the name of the object of the day, and staying true to his parrot nature, he repeats the name over and over again, using humorous animated gestures along the way.
TV Programs
TV Programs
“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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
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.
TV Programs
TV Programs
As part of the Hola Bebe daily block of programming, "Sing in English" features four colorful puppet friends that invite viewers to sing along! Each episode features a variety of simple, catchy tunes that introduce basic Spanish words. This vivid, adorable series take children on a journey through familiar places such as the park, classroom and kitchen as they are introduced to Spanish language and culture.
Characters
Characters
Harry`s House - Meet Harry and friends
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