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WILD ANIMAL BABY EXPLORERS: BATH TIME & OTHER STORIES

What to know: Bring the natural world to life for your preschooler in National Wildlife Federation's new animated series.
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Recommended age 3-8
45 minutes
DVD
JEREMY BADOUR
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Fun and informative. Kids sang along with the intro and at the end. They asked to "see more episodes" and "fly in a hot air balloon." Child jurors liked how the animals worked together and "did stuff" together.
Nicely produced. The characters interact with warmth, consideration and respect for one another. They show particular care for the youngest. Shows motivation and enthusiasm toward the subject-matter. Stimulates curiosity and encourages children to think. Animal babies are computer animated, brightly colored and have sweet features. Both entertaining and informative. The characters are very cute, especially Sammy the Skunk, who talks and acts like a human 2-year-old. They exhibit curiosity about their surroundings and a willingness to seek out answers. The animals question a situation, then go exploring and learn things (clues) that lead them back to their original question. Miss Sally, the adult, gives them help from time to time, flying in and out of scenes. The information was valuable without a lot of heavy vocabulary to assimilate. The animal babies show an excitement for the subject matter, that they convey to the viewer. You can choose English or Spanish on the root menu and get additional information, including teacher resources on their website at www.nwf.org/Wild-Animal.
Bring the natural world to life for your preschooler in National Wildlife Federation's new animated series. Episodes include: Includes, "Bath Time," Mighty Oak" and "Fly Away Home."
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