Here are some useful tips for making the most of time spent watching CURIOUS GEORGE.
Watch, talk, and make connections.
Watch CURIOUS GEORGE with your child and talk about things that you see:Boy, that reminds me of the time we went fishing with Uncle Mike. Do you remember that pond?Encourage your child to observe and make predictions:What does George have in his hand? What do you think he's going to do next?During your day, as things crop up that remind you of characters or situations you've seen on CURIOUS GEORGE, point out the connections:Look at that dog. It looks just like Hundley!
Join the exploration.
In each "Curious Kids" live-action segment, children engage in a hands-on exploration based on the key science, engineering, or math concept that was featured in the preceding animated story. Take time to try some of these activities with your child. You can also explore theActivities & Moresection of this Web site for additional ideas.
Nurture your child's curiosity.
Notice what situations and objects capture your child's curiosity, both on the CURIOUS GEORGE program and in the real world. Encourage your child to talk, draw, and write about what he or she notices and wonders about. Join your child in observing and experimenting. Read pictures books together that feature these favorite topics. (See our list ofRecommended Booksfor age-appropriate stories featuring engineering, math, and science concepts.)
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