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Angelina Ballerina's life revolves around music, dance, friendship and following her dreams.
Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps celebrates music and brings to life many forms of dance for Angelina including ballet, modern, tap, jazz, classical and ethnic. As an 8-year-old ballerina, her life revolves around dancing and performance, family, friendship and following her dreams.
Angelina always works hard to reach her goals and learns from her mistakes. As young children share in Angelina’s experiences, they’re inspired to go after their big dreams too! This series teaches character education and an appreciation of the arts.
Arthur the aardvark explore issues faced by real kids.
Based on the children's books by Marc Brown, the program's goal is to help foster an interest in reading and writing, and to encourage positive social skills. The show chronicles the adventures of Arthur (an eight-year-old aardvark) through engaging, emotional stories that explore issues faced by real kids. It is a comedy that tells these stories from a kid's point of view without moralizing or talking down. Situations on ARTHUR develop in realistic ways, and don't always turn out as we -- or Arthur and his friends -- might expect.
Barney and friends learn through entertainment.
The series Barney & Friends is a unique blending of education and entertainment for preschool children. By design, the television series addresses the four key areas of childhood development - cognitive, social, emotional, and physical. The show particularly influences language development, one of the early indicators of future success in school, according to the Yale researchers.
Reflection of true family life that represents its joys, trials and tribulations.
Based on the best-selling book series, The Berenstain Bears is a charming animated comedy celebrating furry family values and good old-fashioned Bear Country living. Set in the rolling hills of Bear Country, the series stars a fun loving family of Bears whose love, loyalty and humor allow them to overcome any obstacle that finds its way down their sunny dirt road.
Bob the Builder and his machine team are ready to tackle any project.
In each episode, Bob and his group help with renovations, construction, and repairs and with other projects as needed. The show emphasizes conflict resolution, co-operation, socialization and various learning skills. Bob's catchphrase is "Can we fix it?", to which the other characters respond with "Yes we can!"
Caillou spruces up reality with a healthy dose of imagination.
Caillou is a typical 4-year-old child. At this age, role playing is as appealing as it is essential. By using their imagination, children can visualize doing things they have never done: they are empowered beyond their years and dare to try and discover new things. They can be invisible, invincible, big or small, cleverer, funnier, faster and stronger. Role-playing teaches children to cope with strong emotions like anger, sadness and jealousy and thereby accomplish feats they would never have thought possible.
Clifford and his pals play and discover that good friends are what life is all about.
Designed for children ages 3-7, the animated television series is based on the books of the same name and uses classic storytelling to present universal social, emotional, and moral messages to young children. Clifford's Big Ideas are positive character traits modeled by the characters in the Clifford the Big Red Dog series. These ten ideas represent social and emotional challenges that children face and must master in the course of development. Each episode supports one or more of these Ideas through classic storytelling, and concludes with a one-minute vignette featuring Clifford and his friends modeling (or learning to model!) one of these ten Big Ideas/Ideas To Grow On.
Engaging stories about the life of a preschooler using musical strategies grounded in Fred Rogers’ landmark social-emotional curriculum.
Program offers a fun, safe place for young children to explore their ever-expanding world, and teaches them developmentally appropriate pro-social strategies. Each episode has one social-emotional theme, explored in a way that’s relatable and generalizable, but never preachy. Examples of the theme are repeated more than once in different situations, to ensure comprehension. Music plays an important role in the series, as it did in the original Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: Daniel is an expressive, artistic and imaginative character, and music highlights his fantasy life.
Groovy family promotes social skills through song.
Laughing Pizza is a real family band that makes original pop music for kids and their parents. Dad, Billy, and mom, Lisa combine their skills as award winning song-writers (#1 Billboard Dance Hit, TV show Big Bag, Olsen Twins, etc.); classically trained musicians (Juilliard, Berklee) and teachers; with their multi-instrumentalist daughter, Emily to create fun, inspiring music for the whole family.
Mr. Greg introduces young children to the elements of music.
Mr. Greg’s Musical Madness is a series of educational music videos that cover themes such as Environmental Awareness, Kindness and Respect, Physical Fitness, and Basic Bilingual Skills. These fun Parents’ Choice Award-winning videos are appropriate for children aged 1-8.
Fictional series for high school kids about the benefits of staying in school.
Road Trip is a production of The Technical College System of Georgia, in association with the national Stay-in-School initiative. The series consists of twelve 30-minute episodes that focuses on dropout prevention. Each episode features a story line that follows two career counselors at the fictitious Callaway High School as they attempt to slow their county's alarming dropout rate and expose their students the rewards of education by taking them on visits to Georgia's technical colleges.
Winning videos from the contest for high school students to produce videos to promote dropout prevention.
Stop the Drop is an initiative focusing on dropout prevention. These videos are the winning entries produced by High School students that raise awareness of the dropout crisis from the student point of view.
Engaging scenarios and realistic details played out in bright, bold colors and captivating animation.
Children learn best when they’re active and engaged. While train play may seem simplistic compared to high-tech toys, trains are actually one of the most powerful developmental toys you can give a child. It’s because of the interactive way children play with them, becoming conductors of their own worlds which they control, experiment with and journey through.