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

2. Doing Things Indoors

2. Doing Things Indoors

The ten life skills in this program include: Drawing - Jaime-Lyn has a new box of crayons and a blank pad of paper. But how can she draw that picture of her mother that she promised? Meedo and his friends show her how to draw a face. Exercise It's a rainy day; so Meedo shows Fatma and the gang how to do some fun exercises. Cutting With Scissors - Jaime-Lyn wants to cut out the Valentine that she drew for her friend. With a little instruction from Meedo and his friends we learn all about using scissors safely. Using the Phone - Jonathan's Mom is in the shower when the phone rings; so Meedo and the gang demonstrate various useful phone techniques for Jonathan to use. Wrapping a Present - Jaime-Lyn has been invited to a friend's birthday party; so Meedo and friends show her how to wrap a present. Going Up and Down Stairs - Terell doesn't have any problem going up the stairs, but when he gets to the top he doesn't want to come back down; so Meedo and his friends illustrate various techniques. Eating With Utensils - Christopher wants to eat some pancake, but doesn't know how to cut them himself; so Meedo and the gang show him how to use utensils correctly and safety. Using Condiments - Meedo and his friends teach Alexis how to open condiment jars and the proper way to put them on food. Making a Sandwich - Meedo and the gang step in and teach Jonathan how to make a delicious sandwich. Pouring Liquids - Christopher's thirsty; so Meedo and his pals demonstrate the best way to pour liquids into a glass. 05/08DE P 30 min.





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