Teletubbies is designed to help young children develop their physical, emotional and cognitive skills in a warm, loving, playful environment. It’s about exploring, experimenting, experiencing and enjoying life.
Teletubbies enjoy laughing and giggling just like young children.
Teletubby speech is based on young children’s first words. It helps them feel more confident about communicating.
Teletubbies love each other very much and share Big Hugs. Young children imitate this behavior and love sharing Big Hugs as an expression of love.
Teletubbies helps children focus on and imitate sounds, language, and interpret non-verbal signals.
Watching the Teletubbies promotes movement.
Teletubbies encourage children to express themselves through singing, dancing and creative activities.
The play-language performs an important role in helping children develop their speech. Children are encouraged to join in and play games with words. Teletubby language is about learning to communicate with confidence.
Young children are fascinated by the way the Teletubbies move. It encourages them to dance, sing and play games, which is good for their confidence and well-being.
Children are creative through exploration and discovery – just like the Teletubbies.
Teletubbies encourages children to anticipate events through structured signals. Children gain confidence in counting, sorting objects and recognizing patterns.