Peekaboo I See You!
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Peekaboo I See You!

The game of peek-a-boo has entertained babies and toddlers alike for years and years! In “Peekaboo, I See You!”, the friendly character P-Boo swings, rolls, bounces, summersaults and tiptoes into the hearts of little ones. Each episode features three objects that P-Boo hides among. The series teaches prepositions such as behind, under, and inside and is sure to result in giggles and surprises.

Program Schedule
See what time Peekaboo I See You! is playing!
12:00 AM - 12:29 AM
12:22 AM
10:00 AM - 10:29 AM
10:11 AM
10:14 AM
10:16 AM
10:20 AM
6:00 PM - 6:29 PM
6:11 PM
6:14 PM
6:16 PM
6:20 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Cover your eyes and play peek-a-boo along with the show!
  • Explain that even when you can’t see peek-a-boo, peek-a-boo is still there.
  • Peek-A-Boo is designed to teach the concept of object permanence – that objects still exist even when you can’t see them.
  • Peek-A-Boo teaches directional concepts such as “behind", “inside", “under", and “next to".
  • Babies love playing peek-a-boo because they find the quick appearances and disappearances very funny.
  • To strengthen your child’s ability to understand object permanence, hide toys under blankets for her to find.
Program Educational Values
  • Enhancing cognitive Skills and prepositional concepts.