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Doris gets embarrassed when she paints a somewhat abstract picture in class and it doesn't look like anyone else's. Luckily she feels better when Mrs. Jenkins takes the children to a museum and Doris sees other abstract paintings that look just like hers./Timothy is worried the Franks will think he is a baby if they find out he sleeps with a stuffed animal named Pingy. During a sleepover, Timothy does everything he can to hide Pingy, but is immensely relieved to find out that the Franks sleep with a stuffed animal as well.


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Yoko plays her violin beautifully at home, but when the class builds a music tree for a school concert and Mrs. Jenkins suggests Yoko plays her violin at it, she develops stage fright. Thankfully, with the encouragement of her Mother and her classmates, Yoko overcomes her fear and leads the class through a beautiful spring symphony./Timothy chooses Claude over Yoko in a team project because he thinks Claude will help him win a special prize. However, Claude doesn't let Timothy do any of the work and in the end, even though they win the prize, Timothy realizes he would have had much more fun partnered with Yoko.


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Driving along in the car with his family. Harry wishes they could go faster. Mom explains that their car is for getting places safely rather than racing. So Harry decides to go off into Dino World to see if his racing dreams can be realised there. They each have great fun building their own hotrod race cars, and then put them to the test. Even though Dino World is a world of possibility they learn that not every-where is ideal for driving really fast, but before the race is out they come across some excellent, high speed racing ground. The heat is really on as Steggy suddenly gains some extra power and comes up from the back to steal the victory. Harry sets off to Dino world in search of the right answer to a tricky math question. Whilst on his quest, Harry runs into some mathematical friends whom all seem to have their own puzzles to solve. Harry helps his new friends through numerous puzzles and finds that his logic for Math isn't as absent as he'd first thought. Harry figures out the answer to Nan


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When Harry's first tooth comes out, Harry places it under his pillow and waits for a visit from the legendary Tooth Fairy. But Harry is so eager to meet her that he finds it hard to fall asleep, and so decides to go to Dino World to see if he can save her the trip. Instead of the regular Tooth Fairy the gang manage to discover a Dinotoothfairysaurus, a tooth fairy especially for Dinosaurs! Harry and his friend Charley are invited to a Costume Party, and there's a prize for the best costume. Harry and team decide that "there's only one place to go to find a really great dress up costume “ Dino World! In Dino World, they all quickly realize that there is something quite special about these particular garments. As when they put them on they become magically transported into another reality. After a space ride, an armor clad adventure with a fire breathing dragon, and a rock concert, they all agree on a truly prize winning costume and go back home to make it for themselves.


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Rainbow Ruby is the story of a spunky, resourceful little girl who magically transports to Rainbow Village, a whimsical land inhabited by her toys, and transforms into different jobs to help save the day!


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Rainbow Ruby is the story of a spunky, resourceful little girl who magically transports to Rainbow Village, a whimsical land inhabited by her toys, and transforms into different jobs to help save the day!


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  An animated preschool comedy series that takes the daily routine of a young child and finds humour and fun in every part of it. Wibbly simply does what children do. From day to day activities like getting into bed, wrapping a present or climbing a tree, to fantasy play like meeting a giant or going to the moon.


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  An animated preschool comedy series that takes the daily routine of a young child and finds humour and fun in every part of it. Wibbly simply does what children do. From day to day activities like getting into bed, wrapping a present or climbing a tree, to fantasy play like meeting a giant or going to the moon.


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Three young birds go on adventures using their imagination. Solving problems with everyday items and having fun all the while.


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Three young birds go on adventures using their imagination. Solving problems with everyday items and having fun all the while.


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A curious young owl is always in a hurry to explore the world outside its nest, and determined to see the forest beyond the family's branch.


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A curious young owl is always in a hurry to explore the world outside its nest, and determined to see the forest beyond the family's branch.


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A young green spider named Squirt - one of the many children of the caring arachnid, Miss Spider - experiences life from a bug's perspective.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

A young green spider named Squirt - one of the many children of the caring arachnid, Miss Spider - experiences life from a bug's perspective.


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In each episode of MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO, a gentle animated monkey finds himself in a different cartoon habitat: an African savannah, the Arctic, or an American barnyard. He meets an animal there and points out to the viewers how the animal moves differently from people (or monkeys). Live-action preschoolers appear and are led through a short warm-up and then the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, with encouragement from the monkey: "Flap your arms and take little steps like the penguin!" After the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, a song recaps that day's adventures. 


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In each episode of MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO, a gentle animated monkey finds himself in a different cartoon habitat: an African savannah, the Arctic, or an American barnyard. He meets an animal there and points out to the viewers how the animal moves differently from people (or monkeys). Live-action preschoolers appear and are led through a short warm-up and then the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, with encouragement from the monkey: "Flap your arms and take little steps like the penguin!" After the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, a song recaps that day's adventures. 


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Fireman Sam, the ultimate hero next door, has been racing to the rescue for over 30 years. Whether stuck on a high cliff-face or caught in an underground cave, the children of Pontypandy village know help is always close at hand— thanks to the brave and resourceful Fireman Sam. The television series continues to be top-rated globally, airing in more than 35 languages with in 155 countries.


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Fireman Sam, the ultimate hero next door, has been racing to the rescue for over 30 years. Whether stuck on a high cliff-face or caught in an underground cave, the children of Pontypandy village know help is always close at hand— thanks to the brave and resourceful Fireman Sam. The television series continues to be top-rated globally, airing in more than 35 languages with in 155 countries.


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Many night creatures have noticed strange beams of light that are mysteriously appearing and disappearing in the Park. All the Mommy turtles are getting pretty worried about the eggs they buried in the sand as the beams of light could confuse the babies once they hatch and they might not be able to find their way to the sea. Fishtronaut and Marina go to their friend, the stingray's, birthday party. She's sad because a lot of her friends didn't show up. A POP appears bringing clues: a white board and a garden hose. Fishtronaut, Marina, Zeek, along with Agent Rosy's help, discover that many of the reefs have been bleached and are partially covered by all sorts of trash. As a result, the underwater dwellers who lived off the reefs have had to move elsewhere. Their mission will be to restore the coral reefs. Fishtronaut, Marina, and Zeek build an underwater nursery to raise coral and reestablish the underwater equilibrium.


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Mr. Squirrel's nut pile has been knocked over and he's lost his entire winter supply. Everyone blames Miss Fox, who is all too well known for her pranks, but who is really behind it is someone nobody would ever suspect. While Marina tries to defend Miss Fox in animal court, Fishtronaut and Zeek look for evidence as to what really happened. While playing blind man's bluff with Fishtronaut and Marina, Zeek comes across a lost little Indian boy on Cicada Beach who only speaks Tupi-Guarani. A POP arrives and gives them for clues a miniature Indian house, a notepad, and a piece of charcoal. The three heroes quickly figure out that their mission is to help this little lost Indian boy get back home.


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Max, Lily and Goo, monsters who love math, use it to overcome everyday obstacles.


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Max, Lily and Goo, monsters who love math, use it to overcome everyday obstacles.


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Finding Stuff Out is a show that gives kids what they want: answers to the questions that matter to them! Each episode answers questions from real kids like “Why does the moon follow you?”, “Do plants think?”, “Why do we have to eat?” and “Why can’t everything be solar-powered?”. 


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Finding Stuff Out is a show that gives kids what they want: answers to the questions that matter to them! Each episode answers questions from real kids like “Why does the moon follow you?”, “Do plants think?”, “Why do we have to eat?” and “Why can’t everything be solar-powered?”. 


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Captain Leonardo and his crew of art-loving pirates continue their daring missions to restore the creative arts lost to the communities under Conformia's sway


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Captain Leonardo and his crew of art-loving pirates continue their daring missions to restore the creative arts lost to the communities under Conformia's sway


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Mr Hornsby's tale of ancient Irish battles inspires the kids to act out their own crusade. The game that ensues brings to light the differences in the trio's heritage. Unfortunately, this puts Ferny on the opposing side because of his Spanish roots. Ferny finds it upsetting to be the enemy and begins to doubt whether Ireland is his true home. In the end, while Ferny learns that you can make anywhere in the world your home, Piggley and Dannan discover that introductions to new cultures can be an enriching experience.


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When Piggley is put in charge of the sheep, his overly enthusiastic approach makes the sheep disgruntled”and causes Wiley to run away. Piggley must then use his ingenuity and understanding to bring his sheep home. Through the process, he learns much about how to do a job well and gains new respect from his father.


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Rataxes takes the credit when Basil saves Isabelle's life. Rataxes is hailed as a hero but finds his guilty conscience troubling him.


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Cornelius and Pompadour have a major disagreement and vow never to speak again. However, both are unaware that their silence could cost them their lives


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When the kids turn eleven they decide they are now adults. Babar and Celeste are shocked when they announce their "adult" plans for their lives.


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Babar agrees to clandestinely escort a top-secret briefcase to Paris. But the simple journey becomes complicated when the Old Lady mysteriously disappears from the train.


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Babar takes his family up into the mountains ostensibly for a winter holiday. But Babar is really searching for the mythical creature he saw as a child.


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Arthur pulls a prank, which has everyone believing aliens are landing. But the joke backfires on Arthur when he spots a real UFO and nobody believes him.


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Babar talks with Flora about the importance of always telling the truth. Yet Babar starts to regret those words when Flora does exactly that.


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While being punished for their rowdy behavior, Alexander, Flora and Pom find their father's old magic map in a dusty corner of the attic.


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Babar, Celeste, Zephir and the children arrive at their first destination only to find that everything on the island is bigger than usual.


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Alexander, Flora and Pom are overjoyed when they learn that their balloon has landed in a town inhabited by toys. Everyone appears to be happy until they follow their new friend Dora to a terrible factory for broken toys.


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Yoko chooses to plant a cherry blossom tree for her spring project but becomes discouraged when her classmates finish their projects before her tree has even begun to grow. Just as she is about to give up, Timothy reminds her how hard she has worked and convinces her to give it another chance./Grace wants to be the star of the Hilltop Talent Show. However, she is devastated when she hurts her ankle before the big event. Fortunately it turns out to be an excellent opportunity for her to discover that she can still make a valuable contribution by making the show run smoothly, as the director.


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