An all-new season of Peep hatches in January on WGBH!

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New season sneak preview: The Magic Duck Dance

New season sneak preview: The Magic Duck Dance

Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo

WGBH's Emmy Award-winning preschool science and math series Peep and the Big, Wide World is set to launch a new season in January, airing every weekday on WGBH.

An all-new season of Peep hatches in January on WGBH!

An all-new season of Peep hatches in January on WGBH!

Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo

Get a sneak peek at the new season of Peep and the Big Wide World!

Stuck Duck

Stuck Duck

Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo

How do you unstick a duck who's stuck in a hollow log? (Say that five times, fast!)

The Big Ballmoon

The Big Ballmoon

Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo

Chirp has a perilous (but thrilling!) adventure when she meets up with a big, red balloon.

Listen to the Peep and the Big, Wide World theme song

Listen to the Peep and the Big, Wide World theme song

Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo

Listen to the Peep and the Big, Wide World theme song.

The Trip to Green Island; Give Me a Call

The Trip to Green Island; Give Me a Call

Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo

The birds have explored every place on Earth.

30 min.

Schedule

Saturday
4/19/14 6:30 AM
WGBH 2
Saturday
4/19/14 7:30 AM
'GBH Kids
Sunday
4/20/14 7:30 AM
'GBH Kids
Monday
4/21/14 10:30 AM
WGBX 44
The Real Decoy; Peep's Lost Leaf; Pocoyo---Detective Pocoyo Finders Keeps; Quack Quiets the Universe; Pocoyo: Fussy Duck Finders Keeps; Quack Quiets the Universe; Pocoyo: Fussy Duck The Feats of Peep; Quack Goes Nuts; Pocoyo: A Surprise for Pocoyo

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WGBH's Emmy Award-winning preschool science and math series Peep and the Big, Wide World is set to launch a new season in January, now airing every weekday on WGBH. Narrated by comedian/actress Joan Cusack, the series tracks the adventures of Peep, a newly hatched chick, Chirp, a smart and sassy robin, and Quack, an irascible, endearing duck.

Cusack, the mother of two young boys, marvels over the everyday science offered on the show and what it means to kids at home: "I've learned that just because you're four or five years old and still using a sippy cup doesn't mean you're not a scientist — I love this show! It inspires kids and lets me see the world through their curious eyes."

Each half-hour episode contains two animated stories highlighting specific science or math concepts, plus two live-action segments of real kids exploring science and math in everyday places. The series takes place in and around a large urban park — a place of great wonder and mystery, a place the characters call "the big wide world," a place they are forever eager to explore.

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