Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Guidance

Life Skills: I Can Do It Series

This series teaches young children a variety of practical life skills with the help of a loveable puppet-creature called Meedo. In each program Meedo and two children help their friends learn valuable, every day life skills, encouraging young viewers through repetition and rhythm to give new things a try. Released Click for more

3. Doing Things Outdoors

3. Doing Things Outdoors

The ten life skills in this program include: Balance (Hopscotch) - James wants to play hopscotch, but he has one small problem. He can't stand on one foot! Meedo and the gang teach James all about balancing. Ball Throw - Alexander is dressed and ready for a baseball game so Meedo and the gang teach Alexander how to throw a ball. Hand Signals - Meedo and the kids teach us how to wave hello, say stop, and indicate how to come here just by using their hands! Jumping - Alexander wants to swing from a rope in the playground; so Meedo and the gang teach Alexander the basics of jumping. Kicking a Ball - Lauren wants to play soccer just like her big brother; so Meedo and his friends demonstrate the basics of kicking a ball. Climbing a Ladder and Sliding - Courtnie wants to go down the slide; so Meedo and friends show her how to climb a slide ladder and go down the slide. Gardening - Courtnie wants to grow some plants, so Meedo and his friends teach her step-by-step how to plant a seed and grow plants. Riding a Bicycle - James has a new bike and he's anxious to ride it. With help from Meedo and his friends he's soon cycling safely down the road. Skipping - Alexis wants to learn how to skip. With help from Meedo and his pals she is soon on her way, skipping around the backyard. Pumping a Swing - Courtnie is sitting on her swing, but she's not going anywhere; so Meedo and his friends demonstrate how to pump your legs and get that swing moving all by yourself! 05/08DE P 30 min.





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