Hosted by Sean, one of the hosts of "The Sunny Side Up Show," "Noodle and Doodle" showcases arts-and-crafts ideas and healthy recipes for children and their parents. The crafts and recipes are inspired by real preschoolers' experiences. Sean is assisted by his new friends -- Noodle, a lovable puppet who likes to help in the kitchen, and Doodle, a virtual friend who lives in a tablet-style device. The cooking and crafting takes place in a double-decker bus in which Sean and his helpers provide step-by-step instructions on how to make the creations. Also along for the ride is Sean's dog, Doggity.
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The gang creates lockets for their moms.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle help friends make their new cat feel at home by making kitty cookie treats.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle make Teddy Bear Bread.
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Dinosaur eggs in a nest; recycling an egg carton.
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Story time book bites and backpacks.
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Cheesy beanie animal tostadas; giraffe hats.
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Apricot slam dunkers; mini basketball game.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle help friends thank their Grandma for a trip to the aquarium.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle help friends with a magic show by making pretzel wands with disappearing dip.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle help friends with a flower themed party for their big sister.
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Blueberry sprinkle smoothies.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle help friends make vegetable garden muffins.
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Kite picnic; recycling a bread bag.
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Pirate party with fish nuggets and telescopes.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle help a friend who loves construction make a tower of fries; Dad helps them build a digger costume.
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Aboard their double-decker bus; Sean, Noodle and Doodle help friends make a dinner for grandma by cooking porcupine meatballs and recycling uncooked rice to decorate personal placemats for the whole family. Doggity cooks up another special treat.
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A solar system birthday pizza; planet decorations.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle cook stuffed pasta shells; Doggity's special treat.
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Making bars for soccer practice; recycling dish soap bottles.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle help friends create foil covered sailboats to race on the lake.
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Sean, Noodle and Doodle make craft clay and a red clay lighthouse.
Morning show "Sunny Side Up" features Chica, a chicken who is joined by human co-hosts who encourage viewers to participate in activities that often involve learning. They try to get preschoolers to celebrate birthdays, play games, make crafts and participate in other fun activities that usually revolve around a particular theme that changes each week. Viewers become part of the show's content, which includes the hosts reading messages from viewers, celebrating viewers' accomplishments with the Good Egg Awards, and Sproutlet Stories, which lets kids tell their own tales.
Popular Chica ("The Sunny Side Up Show") gets her own show in this live-action/animation hybrid that promotes social-emotional development in preschoolers. Chica helps her mom and dad in the Costume Coop, a playful shop filled with whimsical costumes, and when the shop closes, she and her friends transform into animated characters and go on adventures that teach kids lessons, including one on an underwater adventure that teaches about cleanup time and another on a voyage with Vikings that explains why manners are important. Chica's buddies include best friend Kelly, huggable rag doll Stiches and pet rabbit Bunji.
Getting kids to go to sleep when you want them to can be difficult. "The Pajanimals" hope to help accomplish that task. The four cuddly friends on the show snuggle together each night to sing sweet nighttime songs to their preschool friends at home. The puppet characters include bossy dog Apollo, energetic duck Squacky, quiet horse Sweetpea Sue, Italian cow CowBella and the unseen Mom and Dad, the parents of the Pajanimals. "The Pajanimals" is produced by The Jim Henson Company, veteran producers of children's programming.
"Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave" is a show, set up in a game-show format, that follows the three title characters -- a dog, a bird and a bear, respectively -- as they go on adventures, during which they must make choices. The questions the animated characters face help them decide what to do and how to better understand the world around them. Viewers are able to join in the fun by answering the multiple-choice questions, with Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave serving as the three possible answers to each query and game.
There's always a chance to experience new things when you're a child, especially one with a vivid imagination. Such is the case with 6-year-old Nina and her best friend, Star. The pals have fun adventures around Nina's vibrant, colorful neighborhood. Every day features a new excursion for the youngsters, usually celebrating family, community, diversity or wonder. The show features the voice talent of actress Rita Moreno, one of a small group of performers to have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony.