Hide And Seek
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Hide And Seek

“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.”

Program Schedule
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10:30 AM - 10:59 AM
10:49 AM
10:53 AM
6:30 PM - 6:59 PM
6:48 PM
6:52 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Ask your child where he or she would hide the acorn.
  • Repeat the hiding places emphasizing important relational words like ‘next to’, ‘on’, and ‘below’.
  • By repeating the hiding places, children practice relational words like ‘next to’, ‘above’, and ‘below’.
  • Hide and Seek fosters thinking and observational skills, along with the practice of relational concepts.
  • Children may begin using prepositions like ‘on’, ‘in’, and ‘over’ at around 33 months.
  • Research indicates that Hide and Seek games help children learn that an object still exists even when it is out of view.
Program Educational Values
  • Acquiring relativity concepts
  • Develops thinking and observational skills