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Super Why! 8 Seasons 2010

Season 4
4.9 out of 5 stars (40) IMDb 6.4/10

SUPER WHY is the first original program from Out of the Blue Enterprises, an innovator in interactive children's entertainment led by Angela C. Santomero, an Emmy-nominated co-creator of Blue's Clues, and Samantha Freeman Alpert, a veteran in children's entertainment. SUPER WHY makes reading an empowering adventure by using interactive literacy games that need YOU to play. In SUPER WHY reading is power!

Starring:
Siera Florindo, Tajja Isen

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1. The Ghost Who Was Afraid of Halloween

The Super Readers pay a storybook visit to Little Ghost, who's a bit of a scaredy cat himself.

TV-Y CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: October 13, 2008
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2. Aladdin

The Super Readers fly into the story of Aladdin to catch up with a lucky lad who's about to have all his wishes come true - courtesy of an amazing magic lamp!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: April 20, 2009
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3. Twas the Night Before Christmas

The Super Readers catch up with Santa and his reindeer as they gallop from rooftop to rooftop and unravel the mystery of Santa's childhood.

TV-Y CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: December 8, 2008
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4. The Rolling Rice Cakes

The Super Readers zoom into the Japanese folktale The Rolling Rice Cakes and meet an old man who has chased his rice cakes high, low and right into a mouse hole!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: February 18, 2009
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5. The Boy Who Drew Cats

The Super Readers soar into the Japanese folktale The Boy Who Drew Cats and encounter a little boy struggling to sketch a picture for the emperor.

TV-Y CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: May 23, 2009
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6. The Swan Maiden

The reading heroes fly into the story upon which the ballet "Swan Lake" was based, where they encounter a fair maiden who is having a similar problem with a prince!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: September 13, 2010
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7. Cinderalla: The Prince's Side of the Story

Super Why and his friends soar into Cinderella's fairytale once again, and this time they talk to the prince!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: November 10, 2009
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8. The Three Little Pigs: The Return of the Wolf

The superhero readers visit the tale of The Three Little Pigs, hoping to find out a little bit about building from the young Poppa Pig.

TV-Y CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: August 3, 2009
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9. The City Mouse and the Country Mouse

The super readers jump into the tale of two mice brothers who live far away from each other.

TV-Y CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: October 18, 2010
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10. King Midas

Super Why and his friends fly into the story of a ruler with the golden touch and meet King Midas.

TV-Y CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: November 15, 2010
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I know, I know - lots of disagreement/drama about babies/little kids watching TV. So stipulated. There are a lot of interactive mom-child play opportunities here and that's how we watch in our house - which I admit I don't see as problematic in short bursts. The slower animation, phonics/reading focus, and clever but not overly preachy life lessons are cute, informative, educational, and interesting to our little girl - and as a life-long compulsive reader myself, I love (a) that they travel into books and (b) that their mantra solution to the question of what to do when they have a problem is "to look...in a book!"
Fourth season gets into some more global and obscure (at least to me) story-telling in a broader way than earlier seasons, which I liked. Very fun and cute.
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Super Why solves the problems of his friends with the help of Super Readers. This show teaches moral lessons, as well as the alphabet and phonics and basic pre-reading skills. Also, the characters, Super Why, Princess Pea, Pig, and Red Riding Hood all have different super powers related to reading and this helps illustrate how even though we are all different, we all can contribute something to help. Good show.
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My son has a speech disorder and struggles with words specifically the ability to combine sounds to form words. My husband discovered Super Why one day on PBS and my son started watching it immediately. He has really taken to the show and since watching it has starting saying letters and more words. I love that it is an educational program but it is also entertaining and is providing my son with pre-reading skills as well. The little songs and rhyming that Wonder Red does are his favorite that and the reinforcement of the alphabet in almost every episode gives him the repetition that he specifically needs because of his speech challenges. I would highly recommend this to any parent. Great job PBS!
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My kids (age 2 & 4) LOVE this show. My 2 yr old knew his entire alphabet by site well before he turned 2 largely due to this show. As a plus it is not mind numbing like some other kids shows. Plus they are clearly learning important skills. Overall this is a big hit at our house!
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I love super why for. My four and five year old. It is entertaining, educational, and keeps their attention. Fables are a great learning tool. I enjoy the way they mix up a story and fable and have the kids help solve a problem through learning their letters and sounding out words.
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My two daughters (ages 3 and 5) love Super Why! and so does their television wary mother (me!). I love that the show is very educational and that my children really are learning new concepts! The show is very innocent and sweet, and it engages my children (which is PERFECT for the much dreaded, horrific hour before dinner).
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The best way to keep our 2 yr old preoccupied and learn at tithe same time is anything Super Why. I got thews videos for handling delay in traffic and the next airplane trip. My kindle didn't work flying and he kept requesting Super Why. Never again will we fly without a Super Why Dvd!!!
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My 2 1/2 year old son loves this show and has been watching it ever since he was 18 months old. He interacts with it and calls out the answers when they ask for input. It's educational and he has learned a lot from it, so I don't feel so bad letting him watch 1 or 2 episodes a day.
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