Best educational TV for KS1 children
Numberjacks, Tiny Pop
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Nina and the Neurons, Cbeebies
Green Balloon Club, Cbeebies
Environmentally-friendly viewing with balloon pilot Sky and her Green Balloon Club members. With special nature reports, ‘spotting challenges’ for viewers to find in their own area, and visits to Bill Oddie in his garden, children find out about the natural world, and ways they can help the environment.
Happy Tent Tales
Happy Tent Tales is a story-telling series featuring traditional tales from around the world that feature themes of kindness, friendship and courage, told to groups of children by presenter Karina O'Malley through narration, movement, music and rhyme. Well-known stories like Three Billy Goats Gruff are accompanied by The Jackal and the Drum, The Singing Mermaids and lots more.
Mister Maker, Cbeebies
He can be loud, frantic and messy, but it’s all in the name of art. And anything which encourages children’s creativity (even an ‘artistic’ mess on the kitchen table) has to be a good thing! With his ‘minute makes’, puzzles from his friends the Shapes, and a group of young studio artists, Mister Maker shows how you can create art from the simple things you have at home, though branded DVDs and craft materials are also available.
I Can Cook, Cbeebies
Join Katy and her helpers in the kitchen and learn simple recipes, basic kitchen skills and where ingredients come from with the BBC's I Can Cook. Children love cooking, and with a little help from a grown-up they can make food they actually want to eat. As an added bonus, they’re also using maths as they measure, weigh and bake.