|Join Peep, Chirp and Quack on six exciting, new adventures! Find out what a "whatchamacallit" is. Discover where the sun goes at night. Figure out how to un-flip a turtle. And learn why a step, a squirm, and a hop are very different measurements. There's a big wide world out there and it's waiting for you!|
Then join real kids as they experiment and play in their own "big wide worlds." Build bridges. Make shadow puppets. Track shadows. Find funny ways to measure yourself. It's all part of your scientific research!
Little friends, big adventures! It's Peep and the Big Wide World!
Peep Figures it Out includes: Bridge the Gap, The Watchamacallit, Flipping Newton, Shadow Play, Go West Young Peep, Peep Feet and 2 bonus programs, Chirp Builds a Nest and Night Light!
Hey parents! The animated series Peep and the Big Wide World, narrated by award-winning actress Joan Cusack, gives wings to the innovative idea of teaching science to young children. Wry and distinctive visual humor, charming plotlines, and lovable characters combine with a comprehensive science program to attract and engage young kids.
"...fabulously creative, and what one suspects scientists might like to do on their own, given the chance... Dallas Morning News
"...a wonderful way to introduce young viewers to the wonders of science and the world around them. Sure to be a hit... School Library Journal
"Preschoolers will take to Peep...well, like ducks to water. Time Out New York for Kids
"Not since Tweety has a little yellow bird looked so cute. TV Guide
Editor's NoteThe Learning Channel's animated children's series PEEP AND THE BIG WIDE WORLD uses a charming blend of wacky humor, adorable characters, and entertaining storylines to sneakily teach science to preschoolers ages 3-5. Narrated by actress Joan Cusack, the fun yet educational series follows the curious adventures of three young bird friends--newly-hatched chick Peep, clever robin Chirp, and conceited yet lovable duck Quack--as they explore their park home while learning scientific concepts such as shadows, gravity, mirrors, and more. The animated segments are then followed by live-action sequences in which real children implement the science being taught throughout the show. This volume features six fun-filled episodes: "Bridge the Gap," "The Watchamacallit," "Flipping Newton," "Shadow Play," "Go West Young Peep," "Peep Feet"; it also includes the bonus programs "Chirp Builds a Nest," and "Night Light."
|Adrian Truss - Voice Of|
|Jessica Hanlon - Executive Producer|
|Joan Cusack - Narrated By|
|Megan Mullally - Voice Of|
|Paul Higgins - Producer|
|Peter J. Villa - Writer|
|Rick Marshall - Director|
|Scott Beaudin - Voice Of|
|Terry Tompkins - Original Music By|