What Is It?
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Arty Party
Baby D.i.y
Baby First Tales
Baby Maze
Black And White
Bloop And Loop
Bobby`s Balloon House
Bonnie Bear
Carousel Dreams
Clay World
Color Crew
Color Symphony
Connect The Dots
Fred & Fiona
Harry The Bunny
Hide And Seek
I Can Sign
Joey's Toy Box
Li'l Vinnie's Art
Magic Tunnels
Friendly Jack
Mobiles 3d
My Gym At Home
My Pop Up Book
The Notekins
Number Time
Numbers Around The Globe
Numbers Farm
Peekaboo I See You!
Petey Paintbrush
Picture Pad
Play With Me
Rainbow Horse
Ready Dress Go!
Safari Scrapbook
Scuba Dots
Shadow Stories
Shape A Majigs
Shapes & Sizes
Shushybye Baby
Shushybye Baby Clip
Swing And Sing
Tell Me A Story
Tillie Knock Knock
Two Tone Motion
What Is It?
What's Different
Where Do They Go?
Widget And His Wonder Machine
Wonder Box
Word Of The Day
The Wordies
The Yoyo & Peanut Show
Bonny, Banana & Mo
The Bopalots
Brainy Baby
Juno Baby
Little Playdates
Mio Mao
Tec The Tractor
Sukey’s Circle
Atencion Atencion
Squeak Songs
Baby U
Sing-along With Mitten The Kitten
Albert & Junior
Ookii’s World
The Dance Time Boys
The Kneebouncers Show
Babyfirst Nursery Songs
Suzy's Zoo
Abc Galaxy
Honk, Toot & Swoo-swoosh
Zumbini Time

What Is It?

This artistic series presents the cognitive skills of visual closure and completion. Every episode features objects that are revealed on-screen through different mediums. First, the object is shown as a dashed outline that needs to be traced to complete. Then, a colorful drawing appears where certain pieces are missing and needs to be colored in. Finally, a realistic photo results and the segment is complete.

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Program Viewing Tips
  • Ask your child “What Is It?” as objects are being drawn.
  • Hold your child’s finger up and use it to follow the drawing action.
  • Play along - draw just one part of an object and ask your child to guess what you’re drawing!
  • 'What is it?' is designed to help children to learn to visually complete objects which are only partly shown.
  • What is it? can help stimulate visual learners, children who rely primarily on their sense of sight to explore and learn.
  • To help children understand that there are several correct ways to depict an object, What is it? shows each one three different ways – as an outline, as a colored drawing, and in a photograph.
  • Preschoolers are able to guess what an object is going to be from visual and verbal clues.
  • Drawing is a great way for a child to develop fine motor skills.
Program Educational Values
  • Visual Closure and completion Skills