Widget And His Wonder Machine
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Widget And His Wonder Machine

Widget is a wacky inventor with a Ph.D. in the 1-2-3’s. His Wonder Machine is his greatest invention, a trusty device that can make anything from rubber duckies to tractors, with just the click of a button. And, whatever his Wonder Machine makes, Widget is there to count, although his counting never seems to go as smoothly as one might expect. As a result, Widget is always running around, dropping things, picking them up, and causing his Wonder Machine to make funny sounds. Luckily, his Wonder Machine is a dependable friend that keeps Widget right on track. “Widget and His Wonder Machine” makes counting exciting and fun.

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Program Viewing Tips
  • Count along with Widget and his Wonder Machine.
  • Repeat the number and name of the items that you count during this episode.
  • Widget and his Wonder Machine promotes number sense and counting.
  • Using small sets helps young children develop number awareness and simple counting.
  • Two-year-olds may begin to memorize numbers and repeat them, though they may not understand the concept of counting just yet.
  • Don’t worry if your child makes mistakes in counting. Reciting numbers, even in the wrong order, helps children learn the correct names.
Program Educational Values
  • Counting 1-5
  • Naming objects