Do your kids watch Peppa Pig? Peppa is a huge hit with my daughter and even my son, although he doesn’t like me to admit that. Peppa Pig was originally created in the UK, but, as of last year, the award-winning animated series for preschoolers, leaped across the pond to delight U.S. audiences on Nick Jr.
The main character is a pig named….. you guessed it, Peppa! The program follows the daily activities of Peppa, her brother George, Mommy Pig and Daddy Pig. Episodes tend to feature everyday activities such as attending playgroup, going swimming, visiting their grandparents, going to the playground, riding bikes and of course splashing in mud puddles!
Peppa’s family and friends wear clothes, live in houses, in fact most of their activities are very much human like, but yet they still display some characteristics of the animals on which they are based. Peppa’s rabbit friends are the only ones I noticed who in fact don’t live in a house, but in a burrow.
Peppa and family deal with everyday issues and approach them with a laugh. Peppa’s lighthearted, laugh-out-loud approach to storytelling is truly enjoyable for both children and parents. It appeals to preschoolers as they deal a lot with problems and activities geared toward the preschool age range. The animation is simple but pleasant to watch and I have to admit that the families snorts even make me giggle. The situations are often realistic teaching valuable lesson in a very suitable way for children. Peppa’s family is a lot like your typical family as Peppa will even get in a bit in trouble from time to time for everyday things like teasing her young brother.
Overall, Peppa Pig is very suitable for preschoolers with social lessons about kindness, loyalty, values of family, friendship, and fun, that run within each episode.
Find Peppa Pig on your local Nick Jr Television station
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