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Season 298, Episode 01 Nursery Rhymes (2014) (1)

S298 E01

Dec 15, 2014
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Nursery Rhymes (2014) (1) Dec 15, 2014 Join Andrew and Zindzi as they build Humpty a wall, explore the Nursery Rhyme Peek-a-Boo board, make a butterfly, flower and spider, visit the dry cleaners through the windows, play dress-ups and sing lots of nursery rhymes.

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Season 298, Episode 02 Nursery Rhymes (2014) (2)

S298 E02

Dec 16, 2014
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Nursery Rhymes (2014) (2) Dec 16, 2014 Come and join us as we play with Nursery Rhymes, with fun characters, lots of music and movement, and new surprises every day on The Nursery Rhyme Peek-a-Boo board. The catchy rhythm and rhyming patterns of Nursery Rhymes are easy to recall and repeat and songs with simple actions like “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and “Incy Wincy Spider” quickly become early favourites. There are also elements of fun and silliness in Nursery Rhymes like “This Old Man”, “Sing a Song of Sixpence”, “Hey Diddle Diddle” and “The Grand Old Duke of York”, which encourage dress-up and dramatic play.In this series, we visit a dry cleaning business, see some piglets playing, find out about fostering kittens, get a bit messy with mud and learn about lemurs at the zoo. Special guest musician George Washing machine also joins us in studio for an episode with a collection of his instruments to add to the fun!

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Season 298, Episode 03 Nursery Rhymes (2014) (3)

S298 E03

Dec 17, 2014
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Nursery Rhymes (2014) (3) Dec 17, 2014 Come and join us as we play with Nursery Rhymes, with fun characters, lots of music and movement, and new surprises every day on The Nursery Rhyme Peek-a-Boo board. The catchy rhythm and rhyming patterns of Nursery Rhymes are easy to recall and repeat and songs with simple actions like “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and “Incy Wincy Spider” quickly become early favourites. There are also elements of fun and silliness in Nursery Rhymes like “This Old Man”, “Sing a Song of Sixpence”, “Hey Diddle Diddle” and “The Grand Old Duke of York”, which encourage dress-up and dramatic play.In this series, we visit a dry cleaning business, see some piglets playing, find out about fostering kittens, get a bit messy with mud and learn about lemurs at the zoo. Special guest musician George Washing machine also joins us in studio for an episode with a collection of his instruments to add to the fun!

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Season 298, Episode 04 Nursery Rhymes (2014) (4)

S298 E04

Dec 18, 2014
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Nursery Rhymes (2014) (4) Dec 18, 2014 Come and join us as we play with Nursery Rhymes, with fun characters, lots of music and movement, and new surprises every day on The Nursery Rhyme Peek-a-Boo board. The catchy rhythm and rhyming patterns of Nursery Rhymes are easy to recall and repeat and songs with simple actions like “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and “Incy Wincy Spider” quickly become early favourites. There are also elements of fun and silliness in Nursery Rhymes like “This Old Man”, “Sing a Song of Sixpence”, “Hey Diddle Diddle” and “The Grand Old Duke of York”, which encourage dress-up and dramatic play.In this series, we visit a dry cleaning business, see some piglets playing, find out about fostering kittens, get a bit messy with mud and learn about lemurs at the zoo. Special guest musician George Washing machine also joins us in studio for an episode with a collection of his instruments to add to the fun!

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Season 298, Episode 05 Nursery Rhymes (2014) (5)

S298 E05

Dec 19, 2014
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Nursery Rhymes (2014) (5) Dec 19, 2014 Come and join us as we play with Nursery Rhymes, with fun characters, lots of music and movement, and new surprises every day on The Nursery Rhyme Peek-a-Boo board. The catchy rhythm and rhyming patterns of Nursery Rhymes are easy to recall and repeat and songs with simple actions like “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and “Incy Wincy Spider” quickly become early favourites. There are also elements of fun and silliness in Nursery Rhymes like “This Old Man”, “Sing a Song of Sixpence”, “Hey Diddle Diddle” and “The Grand Old Duke of York”, which encourage dress-up and dramatic play.In this series, we visit a dry cleaning business, see some piglets playing, find out about fostering kittens, get a bit messy with mud and learn about lemurs at the zoo. Special guest musician George Washing machine also joins us in studio for an episode with a collection of his instruments to add to the fun!

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