Pajanimals - Netflix

By: Editor On: Tue 18 June 2019
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Tags: #netflix #Animation #English

For pre-school aged children the world is just starting to feel like a very big place with each passing day and experience. Bedtime, for example, can become more challenging as they learn to handle separation anxiety, nightmares, and irrational fears. This series tackles these developmental challenges head on providing comfort and community while modeling courage and growth. Through song and story, the series will teach the skills that preschoolers need to move through their days and nights successfully. The main teaching goals of the series are: managing big feelings, navigating transitions, solving problems, providing structure and predictability, modeling and offering tools for self-regulation, and teaching empathy.

Pajanimals - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 3 minutes

Premier: 2010-11-05

Pajanimals - Sixteen South - Netflix

Sixteen South is a company that creates and produces television for children around the world. Founded in Belfast in 2008 by Colin Williams, they currently employ 81 people and have partnered with major names in children's entertainment, co-producing shows with Sesame Workshop, The Jim Henson Company and the BBC. The company has already won over 20 major international television awards including a BAFTA Award and two Emmy nominations, and in Business, they have been ranked among the UK's top indie producers by Televisual and been ranked at the top of the Deloitte UK and Ireland Fast 50 in 2013. Colin Williams was one of the 2013 finalists in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award programme.

Pajanimals - Lily's Driftwood Bay - Netflix

Lily's Driftwood Bay is a 52 x 7 minutes, mixed media animated show for 4-6 year olds. Season one premiered in Spring 2014 and airs around the world on: Nick Jr., Sprout (TV network), ABC, SVT, MTV3, RTÉ, HOP!, NRK and is being sold to other worldwide territories by The Jim Henson Company. Driftwood Bay is a special island that exists in the imagination of Lily, who creates a world of adventure and friendship from treasures she finds washed up on the beach. Lily's Driftwood Bay is a unique series about making your own fun and adventures from the things you find. It’s about using your imagination and creativity to inspire an adventure or tell a story. Everything on Driftwood Bay has been created entirely from things washed up on the beach – from the characters to the props and landscapes. It came to life when children’s artist, Joanne Carmichael began to create characters from various things that she found washed up on the beach outside her cottage on the Scottish island of Arran. Lily's Driftwood Bay received the following awards: CINE Golden Eagle - 2015 Best Animated Series - Hugo Television Award, Chicago - 2015 Broadcast Awards for Best Pre-School Programme - 2015

Pajanimals - References - Netflix

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