Little Bear

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  • TV-Y
  • 1995
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.3  (3,367)

Little Bear is a television show suitable for small children of the toddler age. The show captures a young child's attention with animation, and also teaches them some life skills needed to start school. Little bear lives with his mother bear and father bear out in the wilderness. He has an array of friends that also live in the forest. Duck, fox, hen, and cat just to name a few. He also has a friend named Emily. Emily is a human girl who makes frequent visits to see little bear and visit with him. Emily is his best friend, even though he does not always see her. He enjoys the time that they spend together and likes to make things for her in his spare time. Little bear has a great imagination and likes to have adventures. He enjoys spending time with his father doing manly things like fishing and building things. He also enjoys helping his mother out in the kitchen cooking special pies and dinners for father bear. Little bear and his friends are often times out playing and learning to love each other in a positive way. They learn to share and care for each other, while also getting their feelings across to one another in a way that does not hurt feelings. Little bear likes to learn new things and take on different tasks. Sometimes he meets creatures that he didn't see before. But instead of being discouraged, he braces the situation and seeks knowledge. He has good manners and always seeks advice from his parents. Whenever little bear is feeling down, he can always count on his friends to lift his spirits and help him have fun. They are a close knit community that truly cares for one another. Little Bear is a show that teaches toddlers that it is OK to have friends that look different and live a different lifestyle, from their own. The show teaches many skills needed to enter preschool. Little Bear is a show that also teaches the values of family living. It also teaches kids to appreciate the animals and the world of outdoors. Learning can be fun, with Little Bear leading the way.

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Seasons
How to Love a Porcupine / How Little Bear Met Owl / A Houseboat for Duck
13. How to Love a Porcupine / How Little Bear Met Owl / A Houseboat for Duck
January 31, 2000
Little Bear and Duck find a lonely porcupine who just wants to play./Little Bear tells Mother Bear a bedtime story./Little Bear helps Duck build a houseboat.
Little Bear Scares Everyone / The One That Got Away / Where Are Little Bear's Crayons?
12. Little Bear Scares Everyone / The One That Got Away / Where Are Little Bear's Crayons?
September 25, 2003
On a windy autumn day, Little Bear makes a mask of leaves and scares everyone he comes across. Duck, Owl, Hen and No Feet want to play the scary game too.
We're Lost / Little, Little Bear / Duck's Big Catch
11. We're Lost / Little, Little Bear / Duck's Big Catch
May 9, 2003
Little Bear and Duck are very hot, so it's off to the North Pole to cool down! They come across some penguins, an igloo, and a playful polar bear, but are lost.
Something Old, Something New / In a Little While / Little Bear's Favorite Tree
10. Something Old, Something New / In a Little While / Little Bear's Favorite Tree
May 5, 2003
Little Bear and Emily play "Wedding Day" and decide to marry Lucy and Fisherman Bear. But first they must find Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue!
Wish Upon a Star / Sleepy Head Monster / Opposites Day
9. Wish Upon a Star / Sleepy Head Monster / Opposites Day
April 30, 2003
Father Bear and Little Bear are far apart, but make a pact to say goodnight to the moon. When the moon doesn't appear, Mother Bear and Little Bear wish on a star instead.
Lucky Little Bear / The Greatest Show in the World / Little Bear's Tall Tale
8. Lucky Little Bear / The Greatest Show in the World / Little Bear's Tall Tale
April 28, 2003
Little Bear is very lucky - he has found a four leaf clover! When he loses it, he's afraid he's lost his luck, so Little Bear, with Duck, chase the clover.
Pied Piper Little Bear / The Big Swing / I Can Do That
7. Pied Piper Little Bear / The Big Swing / I Can Do That
April 22, 2003
There are some uninvited guests at Grandfather Bear's house - lots of pesky mice! Grandfather Bear and Little Bear decide to re-enact a tale to get rid of the mice.
Mister Nobody / Who Do I Look Like? / Little Premiere Bear Talks to Himself
6. Mister Nobody / Who Do I Look Like? / Little Premiere Bear Talks to Himself
March 14, 2003
When things go missing at Little Bear's house, Little Bear suspects "Mister Nobody". But was it Mister nobody who took everything or was it Little Bear?
First Frost / Duck And The Winter Moon / Hello Snow
5. First Frost / Duck And The Winter Moon / Hello Snow
February 7, 2003
Father Bear tells Little Bear winter is on it's way and that Old Frost is coming to visit. Little Bear looks in the garden with Mother Bear for Frost, but only finds No Feet!
Magic Lemonade / Good Night, Little Bear / Silly Billy
4. Magic Lemonade / Good Night, Little Bear / Silly Billy
April 11, 2003
Little Bear has made lemonade for a hot summer's day. When Duck discovers that it is sour, Little Bear explains it's because his lemonade has amazing powers!
The Dandelion Wish / The Broken Boat / Duck Takes the Cake
3. The Dandelion Wish / The Broken Boat / Duck Takes the Cake
May 7, 2002
Little Bear is chasing a dandelion fluff so he can catch it and make a wish. Duck soon sees it too, and she wants to make a wish. Cat soon wants to make a wish as well and they race to make a wish on it.
The Sky Is Falling / Father's Day / Fisherman Bear's Big Catch
2. The Sky Is Falling / Father's Day / Fisherman Bear's Big Catch
April 19, 2002
The sun is sleeping and the clouds are creeping. The wind is calling and the sky is falling! Little Bear has a new poem to describe a very windy day in the yard.
Duck Loses Her Quack / Feathers in a Bunch / Detective Little Bear
1. Duck Loses Her Quack / Feathers in a Bunch / Detective Little Bear
May 30, 2002
Duck needs to teach the ducklings how to "quack" but she's lost her quack! So Little Bear, with the help of the ducklings, decides to help Duck find her quack.
Description

Little Bear is a television show suitable for small children of the toddler age. The show captures a young child's attention with animation, and also teaches them some life skills needed to start school. Little bear lives with his mother bear and father bear out in the wilderness. He has an array of friends that also live in the forest. Duck, fox, hen, and cat just to name a few. He also has a friend named Emily. Emily is a human girl who makes frequent visits to see little bear and visit with him. Emily is his best friend, even though he does not always see her. He enjoys the time that they spend together and likes to make things for her in his spare time.

Little bear has a great imagination and likes to have adventures. He enjoys spending time with his father doing manly things like fishing and building things. He also enjoys helping his mother out in the kitchen cooking special pies and dinners for father bear.

Little bear and his friends are often times out playing and learning to love each other in a positive way. They learn to share and care for each other, while also getting their feelings across to one another in a way that does not hurt feelings.

Little bear likes to learn new things and take on different tasks. Sometimes he meets creatures that he didn't see before. But instead of being discouraged, he braces the situation and seeks knowledge. He has good manners and always seeks advice from his parents.

Whenever little bear is feeling down, he can always count on his friends to lift his spirits and help him have fun. They are a close knit community that truly cares for one another. Little Bear is a show that teaches toddlers that it is OK to have friends that look different and live a different lifestyle, from their own. The show teaches many skills needed to enter preschool.

Little Bear is a show that also teaches the values of family living. It also teaches kids to appreciate the animals and the world of outdoors. Learning can be fun, with Little Bear leading the way.

Little Bear is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (105 episodes). The series first aired on November 6, 1995.

Where to Watch Little Bear

Little Bear is available for streaming on the Nick Jr. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Little Bear on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    November 6, 1995
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (3,367)