Tillie Knock Knock
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Tillie Knock Knock

Tillie is a friendly neighborhood duck with a wonderful sense of humor and lots of friends. Tillie is so much fun to be around, that her friends are constantly dropping by her place for impromptu play-dates. Tillie loves when that happens, because then she can play her favorite game in the whole world—guessing who’s knocking on her door! As young viewers listen and play along, “Tillie Knock-Knock” introduces them to animal names and the typical sounds they make

Program Schedule
See what time Tillie Knock Knock is playing!
8:30 AM - 8:59 AM
8:43 AM
5:00 PM - 5:29 PM
5:13 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Who do you think is behind the door? Encourage your child to listen carefully and take a guess.
  • Host an ‘animal party’ and invite stuffed/toy animal guests! Have each animal announce himself by making his animal sound.
  • Tillie Knock Knock helps children learn about animals through their individual sounds.
  • Tillie encourages children to explore sounds and sharpen their listening skills in a playful way.
  • Learning to identify animal sounds helps children develop listening skills, a building block for literacy.
  • Children can make animal sounds between 18 and 23 months, and many children will try to imitate animal sounds at around 12 months.
Program Educational Values
  • Naming animals
  • Recognizing animal's voices
  • Associating animals with their voices
  • Developing social skills (friendship)