Gloucester, MA (PRWEB) February 02, 2012
The Adventures of Scuba has introduced their 4th Episode, The Farm: A Fantastic, Flippers Adventure. In this latest episode from The Adventures of Scuba Jack, a company that specialized in “edutaining” preschool aged children, Scuba Jack and friends are headed to Grandma's farm to explore and meet the barnyard animals.
Children will join Scuba Jack, Paco the Pelican and Professor Galaxy as they watch a baby chick hatch and visit Richardson’s Farm in Middleton, Massachusetts where they will see a cow being milked and learn how to care for a baby calf. Basic preschool skills which are always a staple with Scuba Jack’s adventures abound, with opportunities to and learn and practice the alphabet and shapes, as well as count to 10 and then count by 10’s to 100. The fun doesn’t end there, though. Watch as Scuba Jack is teleported by the Starlink 2000 (with the help of a naughty Paco the Pelican) to see a Grizzly Bear, meet some playful chimps, and get chilly at the North Pole.
Each episode of the Adventures of Scuba Jack is a wildly funny adventure that explores the breathtaking wonders of our planet and the amazing creatures that inhabit it. A child's curiosity about the world soars as they experience these animal powered adventures. The Adventures of Scuba Jack’s young viewers find up close excitement around every corner, skyrocketing their imaginations.
Parents expect and need convenient activities for their children to occupy their time in a positive way. The creators of The Adventures of Scuba Jack know that 90% of a child's brain develops by age 5, and believes that every child should be given learning opportunities that engage their young minds and make the most of their eagerness to learn. Each of The Adventures of Scuba Jack’s DVD's are complimented by 20-25 episode specific pages of learning activities that can be downloaded directly from the company website at no charge. The company website offers thousands of free worksheets, crafts and learning activities that help children master core preschool skills like counting, number and letter recognition, shape and color recognition and pre-reading skills.
The Adventures of Scuba Jack is currently seen on 300 Networks in the United States as well as on networks in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Canada.