Magic Tunnels
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Magic Tunnels

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.

Program Schedule
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Program Viewing Tips
  • Use the movement of the blocks to teach directional terms like “up,” “down,” “right,” and “left.”
  • Give your child clay so she can make her own objects!
  • Magic Tunnels features puzzles because they are a great way to introduce basic problem solving skills.
  • Magic Tunnels exposes children to basic mathematical concepts such as big, bigger, biggest!
  • Babies can begin to recognize common objects when they are around ten months old.
  • Around the age of one, children begin trying to build objects with blocks.
Program Educational Values
  • Identifying basic objects
  • Experiencing multi sensual activities
  • Developing basic visual skills as objects are being created from simple shapes