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The Chicken Problem:
Peg and Cat have to get 100 chickens back in the coop before the farmer sees.
Primary Learning Goal: Size correspondence. Secondary Learning Goal: The number 100.

The Space Creature Problem:
Peg, Cat and Richard must get the 100 chickens away from Big Mouth and back to their spaceship.
Primary Learning Goal: Counting by tens. Secondary Learning Goal: The number 100.

The Messy Room Problem:
Peg and Cat sort through the mess in Peg’s room just in time for company to come over and see Cat’s masterpiece, “The Circles.”
Primary Learning Goal: Sorting. Secondary Learning Goal: Shapes.

The Golden Pyramid Problem:
Peg the Bold and Brave Sir Cat, Knights of the Round Table, search far and wide to retrieve the Mermaid’s golden pyramids.
Primary Learning Goal: Solid shapes. Secondary Learning Goal: Counting by twos.

The Pirate Problem:
Peg and Cat show a group of very hungry Pirates how to share tropical fruit fairly.
Primary Learning Goal: Fair sharing. Secondary Learning Goal: Adding within 4.

The Sleepover Problem:
When the Pirates are having a sleepover at Peg’s house, they get scared at bedtime. Peg and Cat help the Pirates fall asleep by counting chickens.
Primary Learning Goal: Counting to 20. Secondary Learning Goal: 4 + 1 = 5.

The Three Bears Problem:
Peg and Cat bring the Three Bears, the Three Little Pigs, and the Three Billy Goats Gruff together to form a super group: “The Electric Eleven.”
Primary Learning Goal: Adding 1. Secondary Learning Goal: Counting to 11.

The Giant Problem:
Peg and Cat must attempt a great escape when they think the Giants want to eat them and their 8 fairy tale friends for lunch.
Primary Learning Goal: Combinations that add up to 10. Secondary Learning Goal: Circle.

The Circus Problem:
When Peg and Cat find themselves in the center ring, they climb, swing, swoop and juggle their way over amazing heights and lengths.
Primary Learning Goal: Measuring height, measuring length. Secondary Learning Goal: Counting by twos.

The Buried Treasure Problem:
Peg and Cat measure their way to buried treasure using Cat as a measuring stick! Primary Learning Goal: Non-standard units of measurement. Secondary Learning Goal: Mapping.

The Birthday Cake Problem:
Peg and Cat make a rockin’ birthday cake for Jonah and his friends the Teens, but first they need to figure out how old he is going to be.
Primary Learning Goal: The teen numbers.

The Doohickey Problem:
When their space ship is smashed, Peg and Cat must reassemble its variously shaped parts, and retrieve sixteen stolen doohickeys.
Primary Learning Goal: Patterns. Secondary Learning Goal: Shapes, the number 16.

The Tree Problem:
When Cat is stuck in a tree, Peg needs to figure out how to get him down using three giant gifts.
Primary Learning Goal: Spatial sense, solving a puzzle. Secondary Learning Goal: Direction, position.

Another Tree Problem:
When Cat is stuck in a tree again Peg has to find a different way to get him down.
Primary Learning Goal: Ordering objects by height. Secondary Learning Goal: Ordinal numbers.

The Dinosaur Problem:
When Peg and Cat get lost riding dinosaurs through a prehistoric forest, they use a diagram to find their way to safety before the Baby T-Rex catches up to them.
Primary Learning Goal: Following diagrams. Secondary Learning Goal: Patterns.

The Beethoven Problem:
When Peg and Cat are helping their pal Ludwig Van Beethoven write a symphony, Cat laughs in a certain pattern that gives Beethoven a great idea.
Primary Learning Goal: Patterns. Secondary Learning Goal: Ordinal Numbers.

The Honey Problem:
The 3 Bees will produce honey for Peg and Cat’s super-popular honey cake – but only if Peg and Cat will dance for the Bees in a certain pattern!
Primary Learning Goal: Weight.

The Penguin Problem:
Peg and Cat coach a team of skiing penguins, who would have a shot at the Olympic gold medal if only they knew “over”, “under”, and “in between.”
Primary Learning Goal: Over, under, in between. Secondary Learning Goal: Balance.

The Race Car Problem:
Peg and Cat rebuild their homemade race car, “Hot Buttered Lightnin’”, to compete in the Talla-peg-a 20 race.
Primary Learning Goal: More than, less than. Secondary Learning Goal: Solid shapes.

The Big Gig Problem:
Peg and Cat need to round up the missing members of their touring band, the Electric Eleven, in time for their big gig for 100 chickens.
Primary Learning Goal: Counting backwards from 11. Secondary Learning Goal: Deductive reasoning, the 20s.


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