Twirlywoos - There's Somebody At The Door
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Twirlywoos are silly, fun, full of surprises. There is a lot of thinking behind them too! Does your child love to fill handbags, tins or pots with tiny things they have found? Are they obsessed with wheels, roundabouts or rolling things? Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos watch a man who is putting a poster up on a billboard. Toodloo shows her balancing skills. More
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These patterns of play are examples of schemas, behaviours that children go through when they are exploring the world and trying to find out how things work. Whether they travel to the real world or on their big red boat they are always discovering something new and exciting with help from their friends who come to visit them. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos get carried away when they roll a picnic down a hill. More
Stop-motion preschool series. The Twirlywoos watch a pot being made on a potter's wheel, and decide to have a go themselves. On the boat, the tea table is in a spin. More Each episode was, developed in collaboration with Professor Cathy Nutbrown, an early year’s educational expert, Head of the School of Education at the University of Sheffield. Anne Wood the creator of Twirlywoos explains the ideas behind the show. Watch to find out more!
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Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos learn all about getting wet when they have an encounter with a garden hose. The Box brings them a rainy cloud. More