Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Funny Farm: A Visit With Animals Series

Funny Farm: A Visit With Animals Series

This series brings together two endearing favorites, young children and animals, in a fun and engaging way. Shot on-location at a rustic farm, each program features children interacting with animals and further learning through games, music and activities. Released in association with CCI, Releasing, Inc. Programs available on 8 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in an 8-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail


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Amphibian, Arthropod and Rodents

Amphibian, Arthropod and Rodents

Frogs are Amphibians, which are cold-blooded animals that live both on land and in water, while Spiders are Arthropods, which have eight walking legs; also children learn about three well-known rodents, the Mouse, the Hamster and the Guinea Pig. 07/11DE P 22 min. Click for more


Birds (Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Swan, Goose)

Birds (Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Swan, Goose)

Birds are warm-blooded animals with feathers and wings, and they lay eggs. Children are always fascinated with the many types of birds and in this program they are introduced to five common birds, including, the Chicken, the Turkey, the Duck, the Swan and the Goose. 07/11DE P 22 min. Click for more


Farm Animals (Pig, Goat, Rooster, Sheep, Cow)

Farm Animals (Pig, Goat, Rooster, Sheep, Cow)

"Highly Recommended. State Standards approved, this program will allow young viewers to observe similarities and differences in the appearance and behavior of animals; also to gain a better understanding of animal life on a farm." - California Learning Resource Network (CLRN)
Children love to visit farms Click for more


Forest Animals (Deer, Raccoon, Squirrel, Skunk, Hedgehog)

Forest Animals (Deer, Raccoon, Squirrel, Skunk, Hedgehog)

Forest animals are some of the most popular of animals with children. In this program children get to interact with four well-known forest critters, the Deer, the Raccoon, the Squirrel, the Skunk, and one they may not know so well, the Hedgehog. 07/11DE P 22 min. Click for more


International Animals (Llama, Yak, Camel, Zebra, Emu)

International Animals (Llama, Yak, Camel, Zebra, Emu)

It's always exciting and fun to learn about animals that come from other countries. In this program children are introduced to five exotic animals, including the Llama, the Yak, the Camel, the Zebra, and the Emu. 07/11DE P 22 min. Click for more


Mammals with Hooves (Horse, Pony, Donkey, Mule, Ox)

Mammals with Hooves (Horse, Pony, Donkey, Mule, Ox)

Mammals are warm-blooded animals that are born live, such as the Horse and the Pony, which is nourished by its mother's milk. Also in this program children learn about several other hoofed mammals, including the Donkey, the Mule, and the Ox. 07/11DE P 22 min. Click for more


Pets (Cat, Dog, Rabbit, Parakeet and Parrot)

Pets (Cat, Dog, Rabbit, Parakeet and Parrot)

Children love pets and pets are an excellent way to introduce children to animals in general. In this program children visit the farm and get to interact and learn about five popular pets, including the Cat, the Dog, the Rabbit, the Parakeet and the Parrot. 07/11DE P 22 min. Click for more


Reptiles (Alligator, Snake, Turtle, Iguana) and Fish

Reptiles (Alligator, Snake, Turtle, Iguana) and Fish

"Highly Recommended. This entertaining production presents basic information about reptiles, employing helpful education strategies to help children remember the facts about each animal. Each creature is presented in a separate chapter, each chapter begins with a guessing game, then the animals are shown in a natural Click for more





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