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Fred & Fiona
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Fred & Fiona

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.

Program Schedule
See what time Fred & Fiona is playing!
VARIETY
6:00 AM - 7:29 AM
7:08 AM
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12:30 PM - 12:59 PM
12:46 PM
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9:00 PM - 10:29 PM
9:16 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • What pictures are Boardy making? Label them for your child.
  • Count to three with Fred and Fiona.
  • Labeling objects is a great way to build your child’s vocabulary.
  • Teaching object identification and vocabulary can help prepare children for preschool and kindergarten.
  • Toddlers can learn up to 20 new words a day!
  • Children can start to sort objects by shape, size, and color at around 18 months.
Program Educational Values
  • Naming objects
  • Defining object's characteristics
  • Associating objects with their natural belonging
  • Developing social abilities