Safari Scrapbook
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Safari Scrapbook

Young children are fascinated by animals – the way they look, the sounds they make and their environment. “Safari Scrapbook” introduces animals in their natural surroundings. Each episode illustrates the life of one animal, sharing scientific facts in a simple and child-friendly short story. Through music, wild sounds, still sketches and live footage, young viewers are introduced to various aspects of nature.

Program Schedule
See what time Safari Scrapbook is playing!
3:00 AM - 4:59 AM
4:22 AM
4:50 AM
5:00 AM - 5:59 AM
5:18 AM
5:42 AM
6:00 AM - 7:59 AM
6:22 AM
Program Viewing Tips
  • What animals do you see? Label them for your child.
  • Stand up and move around the room like the animals!
  • Toddlers are naturally curious about the world around them, so point out animals whenever you see them.
  • The more preschoolers learn about animals, the less they fear them.
  • To extend Safari Scrapbook, take your child to your local zoo.
  • Children should always wash their hands after petting animals.
  • Experts say that your child should be at least two years old before you buy a new pet.
Program Educational Values
  • Recognizing animals
  • Learning about animals habits and habitats