The Yoyo & Peanut Show
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The Yoyo & Peanut Show

Yoyo & Peanut are two funny circus clowns who couldn’t be more opposite. Yoyo is tall and clumsy, while Peanut is short and assertive. Together they enjoy different adventures in the circus arena, through which they present opposite objects and words. Each episode of “The Yoyo & Peanut Show” demonstrates the concept of opposites, as Yoyo and Peanut enforce an equally important message that two individuals can be best friends, despite being fundamentally different.

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Program Viewing Tips
  • Act out the opposites from this episode throughout the day to practice words and further demonstrate the concepts.
  • Use the pauses in dialog to repeat the opposites that Yoyo and Peanut say. Encourage your child to do the same.
  • Yoyo and Peanut provide exaggerated contrast and physical comedy to demonstrate the concept of opposites.
  • Understanding opposites contributes to language development and promotes math and science understanding.
  • Leaving pauses in conversation allows your child to practice verbal interaction, even if he or she only babbles.
  • Parental participation reinforces learning from any medium. Use the pauses in this series to repeat key words and relate the opposites to your child’s environment.
Program Educational Values
  • Learning opposite words
  • Experiencing various adventures
  • Developing social abilities (e.g. friendship)