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Rainbow Horse

With “Rainbow Horse,” families can saddle up and get ready to ride off with the rainbow horse on a magical journey of color, music and motion. Riding into a still, black and white frame, the rainbow horse comes galloping in and breathes life, motion and color into everything around it. The program showcases how colors relate to objects, animals and their overall environment.

Program Schedule
See what time Rainbow Horse is playing!
EARLY BLOOMERS
5:30 AM - 5:59 AM
5:32 AM
VARIETY
6:00 AM - 7:59 AM
7:31 AM
BABY FIRST FAVORITE
11:00 AM - 11:59 AM
11:10 AM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Name all of the colors that you see and encourage your child to repeat after you.
  • Pick a color and name it whenever it appears on screen. Point out the same color every time you see it throughout the day.
  • Help your toddler build a great vocabulary by naming objects and their colors.
  • Rainbow Horse is an introduction to painting. Give your child crayons or finger-paints so he or she can play along.
  • At 18 months, children can start recognizing different colors.
  • Children can usually point to specific colors before they are able to correctly name them.
Program Educational Values
  • Naming objects
  • Recognizing shapes
  • Evolving motor basis