Wednesday, April 14, 2010

>New Episode of Team Umizoomi

>Tune into Nick Jr. today @11:30 (et/pt) for a new episode of Team Umizoomi.

In case you never seen the show, it is an awesome educational show for your child. It is actually my daughters favorite. I don't let my daughter watch much TV, but this is the show we tune into most.

Here is some info about the show and todays brand new episode

Clip from Team Umizoomi's "The Butterfly Dance Show":
Download Link: (Quicktime)
Download Link: (Windows Media)

"The Butterfly Dance Show" - Premieres Wednesday, April 14 at 11:30AM (ET/PT)
Team Umizoomi is at their friend Sophia’s school to see her star in the “Butterfly Dance Show.” (And Milli has a supporting role!) But when the Umi Alarm sounds, they discover that Sophia’s butterfly costume isn’t finished! Milli, Geo and Bot navigate the halls of the school to the costume room and using their Mighty Math Powers, they work fast to put the finishing touches on the butterfly costume. They use pattern recognition to fix the buttons on the costume, counting to locate cubby number 11, and shape recognition for building a key to unlock Door Mouse's supply closet door and find a missing butterfly wing before the “Butterfly Dance Show” begins.

About Team Umizoomi

Created by Blue’s Clues alumni Soo Kim (Creator/Producer/Design Director/Writer), Michael T. Smith (Creator/Producer/Writer) and Jennifer Twomey (Co-Creator/Executive Producer/Writer), Team Umizoomi features a tiny team of superheroes who use their mighty math powers to help little kids solve big problems. Set to a soundtrack of preschool-friendly pop songs, the series is designed to build upon preschoolers’ conceptual understanding of math as they are exposed to core mathematical concepts like numbers, counting, computations, measurement, patterns and shapes.

Team Umizoomi features the voice of Donovan Patton (Joe from Blue’s Clues), and mixes 2D and 3D animation with live action to create Umi City, a uniquely patterned urban environment. The team of miniature, animated, math-powered superheroes – siblings Milli and Geo and their robot best friend Bothelp live-action preschoolers solve everyday problems. Their team is not complete without their Umifriend (home viewer), who helps the team along the way while practicing various math skills.

* I was not compensated in any way for this post. The information was provided to me by Nickolodeon*


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