Sarah is a 7-year-old girl with big eyes and a green hat. She lives with her best friend, a quacky, slightly manic fowl appropriately named Duck. Each episode features the pair setting out on simple but exciting adventures as they explore the world in their own imaginative way. The animated series focuses on the experiences of childhood as seen through Sarah's eyes as she learns new things every day. The show's objectives are to help kids learn about friendship, imagination and problem solving.
Young children have been playing with Little People toys for decades, and now they come to life in this computer-animated series geared toward preschoolers. The musical-comedy series celebrates collaborative play by following several of the little people characters on imaginative adventures that include learning to juggle in the jungle and skywriting in space. Along the way, the little people learn that the best way to have fun is by building on one another's ideas and working together. The show uses music, comedy and make-believe to teach kids pro-social collaboration skills.
Fun-loving 5-year-old Henry Hugglemonster, the middle child in a close-knit monster family, goes on adventures where he learns various life lessons like learning to work in a team and helping others. Joining Henry on his adventures are his parents, Daddo and Momma, and siblings Cobby, Summer and baby Ivor. Each episode features two stories, which usually end with a musical interlude featuring an upbeat, character-driven song. The animated series is based on the "I'm a Happy Hugglewug" series of children's books.
From their "Octopod" home base, a team of undersea explorers is always ready to dive into action to explore new underwater worlds, rescue amazing sea creatures and protect the ocean. The group is led by Captain Barnacles the bear, and also includes Kwazii the kitten, Peso the penguin, Dr. Shellington the sea otter, Dashi the dog, Tweak the bunny, Professor Inkling the octopus and Tunip the `vegimal' (part vegetable, part animal). The animated series, geared toward preschoolers, is based on a book series of the same name.
Tom is a boy with the power of movement magic -- tree fu -- which can transform him into a small-but-mighty superhero. As a superhero, he travels to Treetopolis, an enchanted kingdom -- really a tree in his backyard. It is in that magic place that Tom meets his friends: his sidekick Twigs, an energetic acorn sprite, an eccentric inventor Zigzoo, and others. Tom, Twigs and the gang go on action-filled adventures that usually encounter trouble, disaster or near catastrophe. When things get out of control, Tom relies on viewers to help save the day by performing tree fu moves of their own and passing their magic through the TV screen.
Boj, a rare marsupial from the Australian Outback, has moved to Giggly Park, where he lives in an underground burrow with his musical parents, Mimi and Pops. There's always something new for young Boj to discover or a problem for him to solve in his new neighborhood. He uses unique, upside-down and topsy-turvy methods to solve them. Part of Boj's skills involve the ability to fix anything that needs it. He is also able to cheer anyone up through silly games, giggly fun, and hugs.
This animated series features the adventures of 4-year-old Chloe with her friends and toys. The group goes on magical adventures in Chloe's closet (hence the show's title). Being a children's show, the episodes aim to teach kids lessons about such topics as friends, cooperation and sharing. Chloe's friends include best friend Jet, Tara, Daniela (nicknamed "Danny"), Riley, Lil and Lil's younger brother, Mac.
Kids like superheroes, so what could be better for tykes than becoming superheroes themselves? That's what happens at night for young friends Connor, Amaya and Greg. When they put on their pajamas and activate their animal amulets, they turn into their alter egos -- Catboy, Owlette and Gekko -- before embarking on adventures that are filled with action. Along the way, they solve mysteries and learn valuable lessons. The animated series is based on the "Les Pyjamasques" book series by French author Romuald Racioppo.