Shall we read a story?

We offer you a collection of 55 story videos for children 0-9 years old

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10 March 2022

We have created this series of 55 story videos that encourage the love of reading, which you can use to support your children's learning from birth to 7 years old.

For each story video, you will find the title and the main issues it addresses. Videos produced by UNICEF Panama. (Only available in Spanish)

Rooster’s Off To See the World:

Numbers, animals, times of day, sizes and nature.

The Big Mountain:

Animals, times of day, elements of nature, sizes and numbers.

Elmer and the Rainbow:

Colors, sizes, animals, times of day and elements of nature.

Frog and the Wide World:

Friendship, distances, times of day, tolerance, understanding and respect.

The Gluttonous Caterpillar:

Colors, numbers, days of the week and differences between big and small.

Cub’s First Summer:

The value of love and respect, colors, food, and courtesy rules.

And Then it's Spring:

Plants and how to care for them, seed germination, weather conditions, domestic and wild animals, colors, lines, and geometric figures.

The Lion and the Dung Beetles:

Animals, nature, living together in peace, human equality, the importance of a clean environment.

The Queen of Colors:

Different emotions, discovery of colors and combinations, free drawing and doodles, psychomotricity, space, and games.

Glad Monster, Sad Monster:

Feelings, emotions, sequences, colors, and facial expressions.

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The Color Monster:

Emotional vocabulary, sequences, color codes (yellow, blue, red, black, green), facial expressions, rhythm and movements.

Sometimes:

How to manage and identify emotions, reactions and states, body and facial expressions, observation, thoughts and feelings.

The Very First Kiss:

Emotions, our family, demonstrations of affection, and animals and their characteristics.

Guess How Much I Love You:

Feelings, topological concepts, quantifiers and measures.

Frog in Love:

Emotions, temperature, oral expression, confidence, and security.

And they lived happily:

Family history, the value of love and responsibility, parents’ duties with their children and affection.

I’m going! & In the Bathroom:

Hygiene, the correct use of the bathroom, independence, language, animals, family, colors and the value of obedience.

Why won’t you go to the bathroom?

Caring for your body, hygiene, autonomy, vocabulary, and comprehensive communication.

I can brush my teeth:

The importance of oral health, autonomy, vocabulary, and spatial relationships, such as up and down.

Always clean:

Personal hygiene, autonomy and our body.

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The Apple Goes for a Walk and Maisy's Food:

Food, parts of a house, quantities and phonological awareness.

Yummy Yucky Ñam Puaj:

Sensory perception, pleasant and unpleasant things, objects’ properties and characteristics and experimental discovery.

Mealtime:

Norms, customs, feelings and forming habits. 

The Rascally Cake:

Sequential rhymes, selection based on the best criteria, absurd gastronomy, creating through fantasy, fiction, and reality.

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Dog and Cat:

Language, values ​​(respect, tolerance, and responsibility), reactions, states and conflict resolution.

Frog and the Stranger:

Affection, differences, habits, values ​​(respect and love) and oral expression.

Oliver and Patch:

The value of friendship, courage, love for others, and pets and their caregivers.

Tito and Pepita:

Play, ethical and moral values, self-acceptance, self-esteem and relationships with others.

Tito, Pepita and the Stranger:

The value of friendship, the importance of communication, conflict resolution, not judging others, and rhymes and poems.

Terrible, Terrible:

Colors, descriptions, opposites like up-down, expressions in English and Spanish, and phonological awareness.

The Rainbow Fish:

The value of fellowship, sharing, marine species, colors, and emotions, such as fear and courage.

The Artist who Painted a Blue Horse:

Colors and their combinations, gross motor skills and body movements, art, rhymes and animals.

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Crocodile’s Masterpiece:

Language, love for the plastic arts, descriptions with a sequence of ideas, nature and fine motor skills with creativity.

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The First Hippo on the Moon:

Teamwork, camaraderie, language, discovering new words, sequential descriptions of ideas, and space and celestial bodies.

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The Cat in the Hat:

Combines rhymes and verses, helps children learn and recognize new words and develop their imagination.

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The Three Little Pigs:

Families, communication, values ​​such as effort, work, solidarity and cooperation, and different types of houses.

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Nandi's surprise:

Loving and caring for animals.

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Mr. Tiger Goes Wild:

Caring and loving animals.

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Gorilla:

Respect for nature, love and care for animals.

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Baby shark:

Marine animals, the ocean’s characteristics, and values.

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The King of the Ocean:

Marine animals, the ocean’s characteristics, and values.

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Rosita Never Says Thank You:

Marine animals, the ocean’s characteristics, and values.

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If You Want to See a Whale:

Marine animals, the ocean’s characteristics, and values.

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Grrr:

Self-esteem, emotions, safety, trust, and problem-solving.

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Are you scared of the dark?

Self-esteem, emotions, safety, trust, and problem-solving.

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Frog is frightened:

Self-esteem, emotions, safety, trust, and problem-solving.

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The Dark:

Self-esteem, emotions, safety, trust, and problem-solving.

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The biggest ears in the jungle: 

Self-acceptance, self-esteem, security, confidence, and respect for differences.

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Frog is Frog:

Self-acceptance, self-esteem, security, confidence, and respect for differences.

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We Are All Wonders:

Self-acceptance, self-esteem, security, confidence, and respect for differences.

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Melric:

Self-acceptance, self-esteem, security, confidence, and respect for differences.

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