About Ribert & Robert’s Wonderworld:
Ribert, an energetic little frog and his best friend Robert travel through the animated land of Wonderworld. Along the way, the delightful duo answer quizzes, meet performers like Magic Matt and resident storyteller Leeny, participate in science experiments and discuss real-life dilemmas. Each episode is built around themes derived from the kindergarten curriculum and also addresses social-developmental issues like the first day of school and visiting the doctor. All the while, the series inspires little viewers to ‘love to learn and learn to love in everything they do!’ through playful music, magic, movement and art.
WonderWorld Entertainment has announced an exciting opportunity for kids around the world to show off their talents – The Golden Ribby Awards – in addition to launching an interactive website where kids can “travel” through an educational environment, learning everything from cooking to yoga or watch an episode of “Ribert & Robert.”
The Golden Ribby allow kids to showcase their gifts in music, comedy, dance, art, science, sports and more. With help from their parents, kids are invited to make a video or take a digital picture highlighting their talents and upload it at WonderWorld TV.com. A full list of categories can be found at WonderWorldTV.com.
Finalists are eligible to receive prizes from 11 categories to win a Golden Ribby Mini and a $100 gift card, a Silver Ribby Mini and a $50 gift card or a Bronze Ribby Mini and a $25 gift card. Winners from each quarter will advance on to the voting of the annual grand prize. The grand prize will be awarded late in 2009 and the recipient will receive $10,000.
Episodes of “Ribert & Robert’s WonderWorld” continue to air on television stations around the world, while also are available for viewing on WonderWorldTV.com.
My daughter and I were able to preview two different episodes. One episode was about the Rainforest and I can’t remember what the other one was about. They kept her interest and they were very informative. It completely reminded me of TV that I would watch on Saturday Mornings. It is very educational. It’s upbeat, fun, and will definitely keep the kids attention. I love the interactive aspects of it. I recommend this show to every parent or teacher looking to teach the love of learning to their children.