The Wordies
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The Wordies

The Wordies are three fun-loving creature friends who explore new words every day. They see each word on their television and then repeat the word out loud. “The Wordies” is a simple series sure to increase toddlers’ vocabulary in an imaginative and creative way.

Program Schedule
See what time The Wordies is playing!
2:00 PM - 2:29 PM
2:21 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Hold up your child’s finger to point to the objects as they are being labeled!
  • Point out objects in your room that are similar to those on screen.
  • To extend The Wordies, point out multiple uses for common objects.
  • Make sure to speak properly and clearly, your children will learn the language by imitating you!
  • Each episode of The Wordies focuses on teaching one new vocabulary word.
  • Toddlers can say about 70 words but they understand almost 200!
Program Educational Values
  • Acquiring basic Vocabulary