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My Gym At Home
My Pop Up Book
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Play With Me
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Bonny, Banana & Mo
The Bopalots
Brainy Baby
Childhood Songs
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Little Playdates
Mio Mao
Musti
Sing In English
Squeak
Tec The Tractor
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Atencion Atencion
Sukey’s Circle
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Baby U
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My Pop Up Book

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.

Program Schedule
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EARLY BLOOMERS
2:00 PM - 2:29 PM
2:25 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Imitate the actions described in the story. Point to objects from the story that are in your home.
  • Help build your child’s vocabulary by repeating new words to him or her.
  • Name the recurring object in the story and ask your child to say and/or point to it every time it pops on screen.
  • Pop Up Book uses playful objects and lively pictures to introduce vocabulary and concepts.
  • Pop Up Book simulates picture book reading to promote literacy and vocabulary acquisition.
  • The ability to draw meaning from an image is an essential early literacy skill. Infants and toddlers can develop this skill by focusing on pictures.
  • Indulge your child’s curious nature; it will encourage him or her to become a lifetime learner.
Program Educational Values
  • Naming Object
  • Associating objects with place and basic prepositions.
  • Acquiring relativity Concepts