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Where Do They Go?
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Where Do They Go?

Young viewers are introduced to the concept of sorting in “Where Do They Go?” A gameboard opens at the beginning of each episode and three objects are presented. Through audio-visual cues, toddlers learn where each object belongs on the board according to a characteristic such as color, shape, size or purpose. The series results in the essential skill of categorization.

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Program Viewing Tips
  • What objects do you see? Label them with your child.
  • Explain to your child why the objects are being sorted as they are by pointing out the similarities in color, shape, size, or purpose.
  • Where Do They Go? is designed to teach young children about categorizing and sorting.
  • Where Do They Go? demonstrates basic problem solving skills.
  • Where Do They Go? shows children that it is okay to make mistakes, an important lesson for easing fear and anxiety.
  • Sorting and categorizing are an important part of the kindergarten curriculum.
  • Sorting games can stimulate physical learners, children who gather information through touch, movement, and action!
Program Educational Values
  • Sorting and Categorizing Skills