As seen on PBS Stations across the country, the Music with Miss Merry (formerly Monkey Monkey music) children's music video series engages young children in a way that is both joyous and developmentally appropriate. Not only is this collection artful, interesting, and highly imaginative, it is perfect for developing both gross and fine motor skills, language acquisition, and can be used as a supplementary tool to meet early learning standards in conjunction with a formal preschool curriculum.
Children wave and sing goodbye as they recall the movement activities they performed that day. Children watching will clap along and dance with the children on screen in this creative video about saying goodbye.
Children learn about nature and the seasons as a little girl tells a story about her relationship and friendship with a willow tree throughout fall, winter, spring and summer. This delightful animated video explores the emotional connection between humans and nature through a child's eyes.
Children are introduced to ecology concepts in this video inspired by the Wallace Stevens poem "Frogs Eat Butterflies." Set in a pretend play, early century setting, Merry and a child make observations about how animals rely on other animals for survival.
Set in a Hawaiian play space, children learn all the exciting and interesting bubbles that can be created as Jeff Boyer, a bubble artist performs his bubble magic. For children at home or at school, this is the perfect opportunity to exercise fine motor skills and pop bubbles!