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Monkey See Monkey Do™

Format: 26 x 7 minutes

Audience: Preschool

Technique: Children, 3D Animation

Available Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew

This ain’t your Great Grand-Pop’s Passive TV. Monkey See Monkey Do will have the tykes at home wagging their tails and flapping their wings all over the TV room. Animated animals and live-action children groove together in this boogying game. Each episode features our monkey host who invites children to discover, imitate and then dance along with the animal guest of the day. This fun and game will take place in one of five different environments. At the end of each episode everyone sings and dances to the sound of the special environment song. And just when you think the fun is over. Monkey and the animal reappear to a final unexpected funny final gag.

Warning: Grown-ups are not immune to these highly infectious rhythms.

Format:

26 Episodes of 7 minutes each, a combination of live action and CGI.

Full HD format.

Target Audience:

Preschoolers and children up to 7 years old.

The simple and fun game that is the core of the show presents a physical challenge the children want to master. They all want to experience the great feeling of accomplishment by succeeding in imitation and learning dance movements.

Encouraging healthy life style habits

Health life style includes healthy nutrition and physical activities. One of the biggest concerns with children around the world today is children’s obesity. It is assumed that one of the reasons for this phenomenon is the fact that children spend more time in front of the screen and less time in physical activity. The Monkey show was especially developed to offer children a more active and participatory experience while viewing television. In order to assure that the viewers’ actively participate, the monkey offers many warm hearted invitations all through out the program encouraging the viewers to join in the fun. In addition, each episode starts with a “warm up song”- a short set of exercise to warm the muscle. This song educates children that before engaging in a physical activity it is important to prepare the body.