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In this edutainment series, Wallace with the help of his correspondents presents various real inventions and scientific accomplishments, while Gromit operates their basement TV studio. Of course, some mischief on the set is unavoidable.
As a mother of a nearly four year old daughter, I am quite impressed by Timmy Time. My daughter has seen Shaun the Sheep before and loved it too, but she just becomes absolutely engrossed in Timmy Time. I believe that this is because Timmy Time is completely non-verbal. It requires little ones to really think about the elements of the story. They must listen to the intonation of the cute little noises each animal makes and decipher emotions and meaning. I truly believe that Timmy Time encourages higher-order thinking, thus being a show worth a toddler watching.
As for an adult's perspective, Timmy Time is very tolerable. There are some toddler shows out there which I would be more than glad to never see again. Although I wouldn't call Timmy Time my personal favorite, I would definitely say its not half bad. The noises that the animals make are hilarious and they are just oh-so-cute.
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