Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Early Childhood

Look What I Found Series

This series invokes the wonder of a child's innate ability for discovery and the warmth and security of a grandparent's love. Each morning 4-year-old Terrell finds something new on a daily walk outside with his Grandma Ella, who identifies the object or creature then tells her grandson a wonderful story relating to Click for more

Animal Stories

Animal Stories

This program includes nine animal related stories: Frog: Terrell's excited when he catches a frog in Grandma's pond. She tells him the story of an over-ambitious frog that jumps too far. Dog Tag: When Terrell finds an old dog tag, Grandma tells him the story of a lost dog that gets returned home thanks to his dog tag. Cat Toy: Grandma and Terrell come across an old cat toy on their walk. Grandma tells the story of a curious cat who climbs beyond her ability. Salamander: Terrell's excited when he finds a salamander. His Grandma explains that salamanders like to live in cool, damp places. She tells him a story about an unhappy salamander that gets taken from his home. Squirrel: Terrell comes across evidence that a squirrel is near-by. His Grandma then tells him a story about a young squirrel that finds a friend to sit with and enjoy the beauty of nature. Turtle: When Grandma and Terrell come across a turtle, she tells him a story about a scared turtle that finds her courage. Feather: Terrell finds a feather while on his walk with Grandma Ella. Grandma then tells a story of a chicken who learns his importance to the barnyard. Bird's Nest: Terrell discovers a bird's nest while on his walk with Grandma Ella. She tells him a story of a boy who wishes he could live in a tree with the birds. Bird Feeder: Terrell discovers a Bird Feeder while on his walk with Grandma Ella. She then tells him a story about greedy birds that learn to share. 06/09DE P 27 min.





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