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Noggin! Answered

Have any of you watched Noggin? It's the channel with all the little kid shows. My favorites are: -Oobi -Wonder Pets -Oswald -Maggie and the Ferocious Beast -Franklin -Little Bear Thats "about it" I really like moose e moose and zee too.

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You guys are cool. oh and yo gabba gabba is cool too. Don't worry, I'm over thirteen.

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eoscondorfabz13

Reply 7 years ago

yo gabba gabba needs headcrabs.....!

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ItsTheHobbs

9 years ago

I've never watched Noggin, but I have watched all of those shows on Nick Jr. a really long time ago...

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caitlinsdad

9 years ago

This gets bumped every so often so I might as well put in my official endorsement for Noggin and for our Canadian friends - Treehouse channel, Wumpa's world... Ni Hao Kai Lan is fairly new but it is trying to do for Mandarin what Dora the Explorer or Handy Manny does for Spanish. How many of you really know that there are so many different dialects of Chinese, it may be difficult to communicate between each other. Mainland China is trying to standardize on Mandarin but Cantonese is the next most spoken dialect. I have heard people also the same is true for Spanish. People from Puerto Rico may not understand Spanish from a South American Latin country. Who cannot sit still when that Lazytown song is going. It makes you want to jump up, turn around and get out of your chair. We have the Wonder Pets CD in the car. Gotta go save the puppy because it has to go pee-pee, tinkle.... Basic repertoire for a parent is to do hand puppets like Oobi. Learn from the masters. Got to throw in your mixed bag of funny voices. Talk like the Ferocious Beast. Actually Ord from Dragontales is my favorite. or like Elmo. Urban tales and lessons to be learned are more fun to watch than in the real world. Franklin, Little Bear, Arthur, Backyardigans... I don't remember which channels these were on but my favs, PBJ & Otter, Bear in the big blue house, Stanley and the big big book of everything and everything inside, wait, that's on the Disney CD we have in the car. You see, Virginia, there is a kid that lives in all of us. It does not matter how we all become couch potatoes at an early age. As long as you had fun doing it. Watch shows like Spongebob or the Simpsons which parodies life when you get older and then see what innocent fun you might have missed out on.

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Keith-Kidcaitlinsdad

Reply 9 years ago

The ferocious beast! Ah!!! I loved that show!!! *sings* Maggie.....duh....and the freocious beast.....dah nah.....

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Keith-KidKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

PBJ & Otter.....I have watched, but I generally hated them. WHen I was littler, I hated Franklin and Little BEar, and now, I just get a warm, fuzzy feeling on the inside whenever its on....I think I might actually be agin backwards...Im Benjamin Button!

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caitlinsdadKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

OOOdelay! It's time to do the noodle dance. I like the duck that cursed "Qwackers" all the time.

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Keith-Kidcaitlinsdad

Reply 9 years ago

I remember that stinking dance! It never helped me in math class....All it got me was detention.....Im starting to think it didnt really work....

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caitlinsdadKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

The Kid, The Kid is in detention...There's a 'zilla in trouble somewhere. This is sewious! We gotta save him.

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Lithium Raincaitlinsdad

Reply 9 years ago

As someone who has been mercilessly mocked for watching Spongebob, I want to hug someone who is down with it. :-D

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caitlinsdadLithium Rain

Reply 9 years ago

If you ever change your avatar again, and get out of your doldrum sounding Lithium Rain vibe, go with the sassy butt-whoopin Sandy Cheeks. It's more you, but if you ain't from Texas I don't know what you are going to tell people.

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Lithium Raincaitlinsdad

Reply 9 years ago

:D I should do that! I think I'll switch right now.

Nope. Stalker fail...;-)

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xACIDITYx

10 years ago

If he/she is watching Wonder Pets, I'm going to assume he/she isn't old enough to be an Instructables Member.

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CLASSIFIEDINFORMATIONxACIDITYx

Reply 10 years ago

I am in the age group categorized as " teenager ", thank-you very much. And I only watch it sometimes, mostly Oobi at ten o' clock, and sometimes the Wonder Pets on the weekends. I didn't even like them at first, but you just get sucked in, because it's just funny somehow.

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Keith-KidxACIDITYx

Reply 9 years ago

Do you have a problem with that? CLASSIFIEDINFORMATION is my friend, and I shall back her up, because I too watch shows your 5 year old brother is too old to watch. Deep down, Im a kid inside. Given, a creepy kid, but a kid nonetheless.

And hey, FWI: Keith-KID

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GoodhartKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

in my age group I am allowed to say: I will get older, but I refuse to grow up LOL

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Lithium RainKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

I'm a kid you say, when you say I'm a kid I say "Say it again!" and then I say "Thanks! Thank you very much!"

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Lithium RainKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

See what you do! You broke up a perfectly nice comment chain! Who's the one who dosen't get the joke now?!

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kelseymhxACIDITYx

Reply 9 years ago

Because you're being Not Nice. Unfortunately, not quite Not Nice enough to be flaggable, but certainly enough to show your lack of respect, and therefore the lack of respect to which you are due. Pack it up and walk away.

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xACIDITYxkelseymh

Reply 9 years ago

On one hand, I don't think anything said above was "not nice", really. If you read the first comment that started this, it was simply a statement. You must be 13 to be a member here, in relation with the COPPA act. It's a rare occurrence to find a 13 year old to be watching the Wonder Pets. Thus, "If you're watching the Wonder Pets, I doubt you're old enough to be a member here". Was that so far out of line, kelsey? On the other hand, my 5 year old brother won't watch those shows any more because they don't interest him, he's too old, so to speak. Was that so far out of line, as well? I don't think so, but what do I know? Nothing, apparently... I will not be replying to you nor adrian in this particular thread. Have a nice day.

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Goodhartmman1506

Reply 9 years ago

I always thought 10-12 were preteens, with 11-12 being referred to as tweens (13, i.e. thirt-teen, would qualify as a -teen).

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fabz13CLASSIFIEDINFORMATION

Reply 9 years ago

true... haha i watch it wih my baby brother so i really dont have a choice but wonderpets rock!goooooooooooooo ming ming!!!!!!!!!!!

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XxsoybeanxXxACIDITYx

Reply 9 years ago

my friend said zac efron loves wonder pets not that his opinion matters much xP

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mman1506

9 years ago

yes tell us

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yes tell you what and no im not 10-13 preteen, which you couldve figured out by the comments on this page.

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Keith-Kid

9 years ago

As much as it embarrasses me, I am quite fond of Franklin and Little Bear, they were the shows I grew up with, and that helped me learn english, so they have a special spot in my heart. Maggie and the Ferocious Beast was very random, so its safe to assume it impacted my personality. But all this new stuff, like Wonder pets....meh....rubbish!!! Also, ROCKO'S MODERN LIFE!!!!!!!! FOR LIFE!!!!

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Keith-KidKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

This is meant to say: I still watch Franklin and Little Bear. Shameless. Maggie and the ferocious beast too...

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Keith-KidxACIDITYx

Reply 9 years ago

*Moves skate down 2 pegs for moving me down 1 peg*

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xACIDITYxKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

*doesn't care about Keith's peg system, although he seems to surprisingly care about mine for some reason*

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Keith-KidxACIDITYx

Reply 9 years ago

HA! Joke's on YOU! It's not a peg system, its a points system!

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FaqManLithium Rain

Reply 9 years ago

No i have never wathced noggin but i seen these showes when i was little.

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chooseausername

10 years ago

Nope. And anyway, if I watched little kid shows, I would not talk about it ... not even in somniloquence.

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Lithium Rain

9 years ago

I don't personally watch noggin, because it's boring. But I don't think it's anything to be ashamed of if you do. TOLERANCE, BRUTHAS!