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Wonder Box

“Wonder Box” invites young viewers inside a magical miniature world. This exciting box has many doors, windows and drawers in various shapes, sizes and colors. Every door and window on the Wonder Box has its own unique purpose and function, ranging from revolving doors, buttons, zippers and more. The end of each segment takes viewers back to the Wonder Box to watch it rotate and reveal yet another new entrance leading to the next adventure.

Program Schedule
See what time Wonder Box is playing!
EARLY BLOOMERS
5:30 AM - 5:59 AM
5:50 AM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Help your child explore each of the worlds presented on Wonder Box by asking, “What do you see?” and “What do you hear?”
  • Go on a “scavenger hunt” with your child in your home or neighborhood to find objects that you see on Wonder Box.
  • Wonder Box helps build language skills by providing children with words for objects familiar to young children.
  • Wonder Box builds on children’s fascination with watching things open and close, appear and disappear.
  • Children begin playing “peek-a-boo” starting at around 13 months. They also enjoy watching things open/close and appear/disappear.
  • Children are already learning about 10 words or more per day by 20 months old.
Program Educational Values
  • Naming objects
  • Counting objects
  • Acquiring relativity concepts:
  • Understanding single and plural
  • Naming colors
  • Recognized object.