PEEP and the Big Wide World

PEEP and the Big Wide World

  • TV-Y
  • 2004
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.0  (546)

Peep and the Big Wide World is an animated television program that teaches preschool aged children about a number of different important concepts from the value of being kind to one's friends, to beginning science related information. The show follows the three main characters Peep, Quack and Chirp as they learn how to navigate the sometimes scary, but always interesting world around them. Peep, a little yellow chick, is the main character from Peep and the Big Wide World. Peep lives by himself in an old can that is close to a forest and pond where he and his friends discover a number of wondrous things. Peep is a very curious creatures who often does experiments to help him to learn more about the world around him. Peep is helped in his quest to discover why things are the way they are by his two best friends Quack and Chirp. Quack is a bombastic blue duck who lives in the nearby pond and often tells the other creatures he meets about just how superior ducks are to other species. Peep's other friend is a more laid back red robin named Chirp who is learning to fly. Chirp tends to serve as the foil to Quack's more outlandish schemes. In Peep and the Big Wide World Peep, Quack and Chirp learn about a variety of scientific concepts. The creatures learn about such things as how new flowers grow each year, how leverage works and what exactly causes lightening and thunder. The series presents all of these subjects and more in a humorous and simplified way that helps young children learn about things that may have been confusing to them. The show also helps children to learn about the concepts of being a good friend and protecting the environment. Peep and the Big Wide World is a great show for young children as it not only teaches them about the proper way to treat the world and animals around them, but also helps them learn scientific concepts that will assist them when they start school.

PEEP and the Big Wide World
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The Windy Day/Peep Feet
6. The Windy Day/Peep Feet
April 19, 2004
A windy day makes Chirp long to fly, but when she accidentally gets aloft, she discovers it isn't as easy as it looks./How big is a step? Turns out it means one thing to a cat, another thing to a rabbit, and something else altogether to a Peep.
Night Light/Sounds Like
5. Night Light/Sounds Like
April 16, 2004
Afraid that the sun has forgotten to rise, Peep and Quack are relieved when they discover a flashlight./Peep and Chirp get lost, but use a range of familiar-and annoying-sounds to find their way home.
Current Events/Quack Loses His Hat
4. Current Events/Quack Loses His Hat
April 15, 2004
Peep borrows a toy boat from Nellie's yard and sets off for mysterious, unreachable Green Island./In order to save Quack (who's stuck inside a pickle Jar-don't ask), Peep must figure out how to float a duck.
Quack and the Very Big Rock/Shadow Play
3. Quack and the Very Big Rock/Shadow Play
April 14, 2004
Quack is utterly flummoxed when a big rock plants itself in a very inconsiderate spot./Peep, Quack, and Chirp discover their shadows - then use them to teach Tom (that trouble-making cat!) a lesson.
A Duck's Tale/Quack's Tracks
2. A Duck's Tale/Quack's Tracks
April 13, 2004
After meeting a skunk for the very first time, Quack discovers a surprising flaw in duck design./On the first snowy day of winter, Peep loses Quack, learns about footprints, and builds a snow duck.
Spring Thing/Springy Thingy
1. Spring Thing/Springy Thingy
April 12, 2004
It's winter, it's blah, and everything looks dead. Can Peep, Quack, and Chirp survive until spring?/Peep discovers his inner bounce when he encounters a frog, a mattress, and a jack-in-the-box.
Description

Peep and the Big Wide World is an animated television program that teaches preschool aged children about a number of different important concepts from the value of being kind to one's friends, to beginning science related information. The show follows the three main characters Peep, Quack and Chirp as they learn how to navigate the sometimes scary, but always interesting world around them.

Peep, a little yellow chick, is the main character from Peep and the Big Wide World. Peep lives by himself in an old can that is close to a forest and pond where he and his friends discover a number of wondrous things. Peep is a very curious creatures who often does experiments to help him to learn more about the world around him. Peep is helped in his quest to discover why things are the way they are by his two best friends Quack and Chirp. Quack is a bombastic blue duck who lives in the nearby pond and often tells the other creatures he meets about just how superior ducks are to other species. Peep's other friend is a more laid back red robin named Chirp who is learning to fly. Chirp tends to serve as the foil to Quack's more outlandish schemes.

In Peep and the Big Wide World Peep, Quack and Chirp learn about a variety of scientific concepts. The creatures learn about such things as how new flowers grow each year, how leverage works and what exactly causes lightening and thunder. The series presents all of these subjects and more in a humorous and simplified way that helps young children learn about things that may have been confusing to them. The show also helps children to learn about the concepts of being a good friend and protecting the environment.

Peep and the Big Wide World is a great show for young children as it not only teaches them about the proper way to treat the world and animals around them, but also helps them learn scientific concepts that will assist them when they start school.PEEP and the Big Wide World is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (50 episodes). The series first aired on April 28, 2004.

PEEP and the Big Wide World is available for streaming on the TLC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch PEEP and the Big Wide World on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play, Hoopla and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 28, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (546)