Wild Animal Baby Explorers
This series combines loveable 3-D animated characters with high-definition footage of real-life animals to introduce preschoolers to pandas and penguins, bears and butterflies, dolphins and daddy longlegs-and much, much more. Every episode is packed with fascinating facts presented from a child's perspective. The show will not only entertain your child, it will also increase your preschooler's observation, listening, and problem-solving skills.
Wild Animal Baby Explorers Previous Broadcasts
Tongue Twisters/Just Deserts (Episode #208H)
KQED Plus: Sat, Jan 26, 2013 -- 7:00 AM
Tongue Twisters - While playing a game of tongue twisting words, the group gets curious about how animals use their tongues in the wild. The team goes on a journey and learns some fascinating facts while checking out frogs, snakes and other animals that can actually smell with their tongues! Just Deserts - How can animals live in the desert? The team goes on an exploration to learn how animals survive in the hot torrid deserts. They learn that even in the heat, there are very unique ways to keep cool.
Flightless Birds/in the Swim (Episode #207H)
KQED Plus: Sat, Jan 19, 2013 -- 7:00 AM
Flightless Birds - The team thinks that every animal that has wings must be able to fly...but they quickly learn that it's not always the case. In the Swim - The team is curious about all the different wildlife that swim while playing some water games. They explore the lives of beavers, bears and even horses!
Go for Gold/Let's Move (Episode #206H)
KQED Plus: Sat, Jan 5, 2013 -- 7:00 AM
Go for Gold - The team is conducting a day of challenges and start to wonder which special abilities other animals have that make them worthy of a gold medal. They explore Cheetah's for speed and frogs for jumping along with many other animals that can do super cool things! Let's Move - While learning that each of the explorers has their own unique way of getting around, they get curious as to how other animals move in the wild. They visit snakes, turtles, ducks and much, much more.