Beaver Boy is ready to cut down his first tree. Pocoyo: Hush Pocoyo and his gang want to make friends with a butterfly but every time they say hello, it flies away. The birds discover you can make prints with berry juice. Pocoyo: Magical Watering Can Pocoyo gives the last drop of water from his watering can to his friends instead of using it to water his musical flowers. Pocoyo: Wackily Ever After Pocoyo and friends are playing dress-up while the narrator tells favorite stories — with some changes.
The birds wish on a star. Quack is purple in the original short film and is now referred to as blue, but is still quite indigo. Pocoyo: Double Trouble Pato stirs up trouble when he invents a cloning machine. Quack attempts to imitate the skunk but is unable. As Tom keeps trying to get Chirp, Quack keeps swimming away and Chirp joyfully tells Quack about his swimming ability. Despite all evidence to the contrary, Quack insists that there are many moons in the sky.
He is the youngest bird of the group. And a lot of extra sticks. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author s and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. He frequently boasts about himself and ducks as a whole, and unwittingly makes many discoveries. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author s and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
Set in and around a pond, a bush and a tin can, the series follows a newly hatched chicken named Peep and his friends Chirp, a smart and sassy robin, and Quack, an endearingly egotistical duck. Peep and the Big Wide World: Dry Duck, Part 1 Beaver Boy moves away, leaving behind a sad, sad duck. Chirp discovers a pink cherry orchard, but then she makes the mistake of telling Quack. Following the 9-minute animated segment, there is a 2-minute live-action segment with children exploring and demonstrating the same topic presented in the animated segment. Pocoyo: The Key to It All Pocoyo finds a key that leads him on an exciting and magical adventure. Quack, still in low spirits, tells of his uselessness and suddenly Tom appears and swipes at Chirp but misses as Quack swims out of reach.
Chirp gets lost playing hideand- seek. All third party trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Carriage on the Discovery children's networks ended on October 10, 2010 with the discontinuation of Ready Set Learn and the replacement of Discovery Kids with , and now,. In the morning, Quack decides he will get rid of the smell and sets out to find it with Peep, who has tagged along. The bee is unimpressed and tells of its sting ability prompting Quack, when the bee is gone, to ask Peep if he has a stinger. Pocoyo: Bat and Ball During a game of Bat and Ball, Pocoyo and friends learn that taking turns is important.
Quack discovers bubbles, but for some reason only he can see them. He is the sole antagonist. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. Peep and Chirp discover that a drinking straw has many uses. And follow us on Facebook at www.
The show's title is derived from his name. The opening theme is performed by. Chirp gets stranded in a puddle. As Quack begins to sleep, he is awoken by an awful smell that drives him from his pond. The animals race to see who is the fastest. Quack goes home and mopes around his pond when , who is very disheveled, calls out to him, hops onto him, and explaining that has been chasing her and she needs his help. Date Aired Peep and the Big Wide World Episodes Season 1 12 April 2004 13 April 2004 14 April 2004 15 April 2004 16 April 2004 19 April 2004 20 April 2004 21 April 2004 22 April 2004 23 April 2004 26 April 2004 27 April 2004 28 April 2004 29 April 2004 30 April 2004 03 May 2004 04 May 2004 05 May 2004 06 May 2004 07 May 2004 10 May 2004 11 May 2004 12 May 2004 13 May 2004 14 May 2004 17 May 2004 Season 2 14 November 2005 15 November 2005 16 November 2005 17 November 2005 18 November 2005 18 November 2005 15 December 2005 18 September 2006 25 September 2006 26 September 2006 27 September 2006 28 September 2006 2 October 2006 Season 3 16 April 2007 17 April 2007 18 April 2007 19 April 2007 20 April 2007 10 September 2007 11 September 2007 12 September 2007 13 September 2007 14 September 2007.
Pocoyo: Mystery Footprints Pocoyo and his friends are learning about the different tracks different feet - and paws — make on the ground. He appears in several episodes. Throughout its run, it has been by the , with underwriting season four in 2010. And a lot of extra sticks. Pocoyo: Talent Show Pocoyo and friends have a talent show. Pocoyo: Elly on Ice Elly finds ice-skating frustrating, but succeeds with encouragement and practice. Quack tries to get some sleep.
Peep finds none and as the two walk off, they encounter a who, after being questioned by Quack, explains the use of its quills before walking off. Chirp thanks Quack and leaves as well while Quack confidently goes over to the skunk, who is drinking at his pond, and forbids it from making any smells. Quack accidentally discovers a who, after Quack's questioning, reveals that he is the cause of the bad smell and how he uses it as a defense. It continues to be offered to public television stations via independent public television distributor to the present day. Chirp is male in the original short film. Pocoyo: Up Up and Away A lost airplane leads Pocoyo and friends on an adventure. Wry and distinctive visual humor, charming plotlines and lovable characters, combined with a comprehensive science program, attract and engage kids three to five years old.