Monday, November 17, 2014

Peep and the Big Wide World / El Mundo Divertido de Peep

This post is a compensated campaign in collaboration with PEEP and Latina Blogger Connect. 

Talk about great timing. Louie spends time in the afternoons at my office. During this time Phi is working on school work so Louie gets a little TV time. Recently I noticed that she was watching this cute show about a chicken named Peep, a robin named Chirp and a duck named Quack. When I asked her about the show she told me that it was Peep and the Big Wide World (an Emmy award winning show!) and it was her "most favorite ever!" I headed over the Peep and the Big Wide World in English (you can also visit Peep and the Big Wide World in Spanish) to see what it was all about. I was very excited to find that this show geared toward preschoolers is all about science and math!

The Peep and the Big World website is not just a bright and colorful place for kids, it is also a great resource for parents. The website is also mobile friendly! As of November 3rd the site is also fully bilingual!!

Just a click and the you enter EL MUNDO DIVERTIDO DE PEEP! 

My girls love anything science related and I try my best to encourage that. This website had a lot of great ideas for at-home science projects just right for my preschooler. In the parent section you can find projects and experiments. If you are learning about a certain topic you can search for a fun activity by theme. If you are looking for an activity that you do in the house you can search by location.

Some of the topics you can find on Peep and the Big Wide World are:

  • water
  • plants
  • colors
  • sound
  • patterns
We have been talking a little bit about light and shadows so we learned all about shadow puppets HERE. Then we had a blast making our own!

This is the newest bilingual multi-platform project designed to teach kids important science exploration skills. It has become my go-to site for craft, game, and even book ideas.

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