Peg + Cat: Chickens on the Loose and Other Really Big Problems

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Peg + Cat: Chickens on the Loose and Other Really Big Problems
ASIN: B00IVLRB02
Genre: Children’s
DVD Run Time: 100 minutes
DVD Release Date: September 9, 2014
Studio: PBS

Follow the adorable, spirited Peg and her sidekick Cat as they embark on adventures, solve problems together, and learn foundational math concepts and skills. This series is intended for children ages 3-5. In each episode, Peg and Cat face A REALLY BIG PROBLEM, a messy funny crisis they must somehow solve without totally freaking out! This DVD features 8 fun-filled adventures (11 minutes each) including:

  • The Chicken Problem Peg and Cat have to get 100 chickens back in the coop before the farmer sees.
  • The Messy Room Problem Peg and Cat sort through the mess in Peg s room just in time for company to see Cat s masterpiece, The Circles.
  • The Dinosaur Problem When Peg and Cat get lost riding dinosaurs through a prehistoric forest, they use a diagram to find their way to safety before the Baby T-Rex catches up to them.
  • PEG + CAT won two 2014 Daytime Emmys Outstanding Pre-School Children s Animated Program and Outstanding Performer

Peg + Cat: Chickens on the Loose and Other Really Big Problems

In the first story, Peg and Cat have to deal with one hundred chickens in two different ways. The pair has to get the chickens back into their coop in “The Chicken Problem” before the farmer sees that they’ve escaped.

In the next episode, “The Space Creature Problem,” Peg and Cat have to get the chickens away from Big Mouth and back to their spaceship. This story teaches children about the number 100.

“The Messy Room Problem” is next. Peg and Cat have to get Peg’s room cleaned in time for company to come over to see Cat’s masterpiece, “The Circles.” This episode teaches about shapes and how important it is to keep your room cleaned.

Peg and Cat’s next adventure is in “The Golden Pyramid Problem,” in the fourth story. Peg The Bold and Brave Sir Cat pretend to be Knights of the Round Table and they have to retrieve the mermaid’s golden pyramids and return them to her. Children learn to count by twos in this episode.

In “The Three Bears Problem,” Peg and Cat form a group called The Electric Eleven. They must bring together The Three Bears, The Three Little Pigs, and the Three Billy Goats Gruff in their group. Children learn to count to eleven in this story.

In the sixth story, “The Giant Problem,” Peg and Cat must evade a group of giants with the help of their eight fairy-tale friends. Children will learn combinations that add up to 10 and the circle shape.

Peg and Cat are in the middle of a prehistoric rain forest, riding dinosaurs in, “The Dinosaur Problem.” They have to diagram their way to safety along the way before the baby T-Rex catches them. Children learn about patterns and about following diagrams in this story.

In the final story, “The Beethoven Problem,” Peg and Cat help famed composer Ludwig Van Beethoven write one of his symphonies. Children learn about patterns and ordinal numbers in this story.

The grandchildren loved these mini series all wrapped up in one DVD. This was the first time we heard of this cute series, but not the last time we will be watching it! After the DVD series was done, we quickly looked up on the TV for when the next episode was on and recorded the series. A very sweet series that your little ones will enjoy without realizing they are learning as well!

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One thought on “Peg + Cat: Chickens on the Loose and Other Really Big Problems

  1. I am looking for some good books for my kids to read to them now that they are all with me. I think my youngest would really like this one

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