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Numbers Farm

“Numbers Farm” features a curious and friendly chick named Peep who helps introduce counting, animals and friendship. With a passion for numbers and learning how to count, Peep encounters many animal friends throughout the farm who are always willing to help him master the “art of counting” from one to five.

Program Schedule
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PRESCHOOL BASICS
1:00 PM - 1:29 PM
1:04 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Name the animals that Peep encounters and copy their sounds.
  • At the end of the episode, ask your child to count how many of him or her there are the same way that Peep’s mom asks him.
  • Numbers Farm provides opportunities for children to practice counting using small sets and repetition.
  • Recognizing and grouping items, such as animals, are important early exercises in mathematics understanding.
  • Children as young as 24 months can demonstrate number awareness by imitating numbers and simple counting.
  • Don’t worry if your toddler’s counting is not very precise. Verbal counting will become more accurate by age three and four.
Program Educational Values
  • Counting objects from 1 to 5
  • Naming animals
  • Matching animals with their voices