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JiggiJump

Judy & David, Canadaʼs beloved childrenʼs singers, combine their spectacular music with animated fantasy to inspire preschoolers to get moving.

Beautiful animation provides the background for exciting live-action excursions, whether itʼs hopping with rabbits in the clouds or playing shark tag at the bottom of the sea. No equipment is necessary —just a huge sense of fun and imagination!

Each episode begins with a journey to visit JJ the Kangaroo, a full-sized costumed character who can't stop moving. As Judy & David walk to find him, they are actually doing warm up exercises and encouraging the viewers to join in. When they arrive at his gate, they lead viewers in a "magical move", which is a stretch necessary to open the gate. Once they join up with JJ, they all share a nutritious snack and then make the magical jump to a beautiful animated world. 

Each episode features an original song geared to active and imaginative play—such as swimming with a froggy in the bathtub, or pretending to be bursting kernels of popcorn! During the musical adventure, viewers see real kids joyfully acting out the motions along with Judy & David. At the conclusion, Judy & David lead the viewers in a walk to cool down, making sure the movement and fun never stop in this action-packed five-minute show.

Episode length: 5 mins (approx.)

 

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