Beloved book character comes alive in sweet preschool show.
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The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Bing is a preschool series inspired by author Ted Dewan's beloved book series. This British animated show follows the life of a young bunny named Bing and his friends as they navigate the word around them and learn through play and exploration. The show provides developmentally approriate social and emotional lessons to viewers, and highlights the importance of curiosity as we interact with our enviornment. This is a sweet and gentle viewing option for preschoolers.
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What's the Story?
BING is about a preschool bunny named Bing and his friends Sula, Pando, Coco and Charlie, as they navigate the world around them and learn about themselves and each other. Guided by adult stuffed animal caregivers, Flop, Padget, and Amma, the children are comforted, challenged, and entertained as they navigate toddler life. Learning through play and exploration is a huge theme of the show, as the characters face everyday situations that sparks tier curiosity. There is always something fun and new to do in Bing's world, and he's always "round the corner, not far away" from viewers at home.
Is It Any Good?
Fans of the original book series will not be disappointed by this sweet and fun adaption. Bing is a whimsical and fun world to enter, as Bing Bunny and all of his friends come to life in this engaging preschool show. The show's curriculum teaches foundational social and emotional learning skills to viewers, while emphasizing friendship and learning about people, places, and things in your environment. The CGI animation and bright color pallette make for an alluring viewing experience for young audiences. The delightful and innocent nature of the show makes for a pleasurable co-viewing experience for caregivers. Learning and fun are encouraged in each epsiode: "it's a Bing thing"!
Talk to Your Kids About ...
Families can talk about how in Bing, the main characters loves to explore their environment. What is your favorite thing to do in your home or neighborhood?
Draw your favorite character from Bing. Don't forgot to use lots of colors!
What did Bing do today in the epsiode you watched? Was it easy or hard for him? Why?
- Premiere date: June 9, 2014
- Cast: Elliot Kerley, Eve Bentley, Mark Rylance
- Networks: HBO Max, Hulu, Cartoon Network, CBeebies
- Genre: Kids' Animation
- Topics: Book Characters, Friendship
- TV rating: TV-Y
- Award: Emmy
- Last updated: March 2, 2022
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