SUPER WHY! is a breakthrough preschool series designed to help kids with the critical skills that they need to learn to read as recommended by the National Reading Panel (alphabet skills, word families, spelling, comprehension and vocabulary).
Educational Goal: Language and Literacy
The Super Readers meet a lovable monster in Music Town named Monty who can’t decide what instrument to play.
The Super Readers accompany a math superhero as he confronts a series of arithmetic adventures.
The Super Readers visit a ghost, who is a bit of a scaredy cat, to teach him that Halloween is about more than being spooky!
When Baby Joy says her first words, Whyatt is the only one around who hears her. The problem is that now he can’t convince anyone that she actually talked. The Super Readers fly into the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf to help that boy convince people that his wolf tale is true. Whyatt figures out a strategy for getting his family to believe that what he said – and Baby Joy said – really happened.
Wonder Red uses her rhyming power to change “trail” into “pail” and clear the banana peels out of the way.
The Super Readers land in “The Banana Mystery” and read the story spreads.
Whyatt changes the story from “The wolf blows everything” to “The wolf blows a tuba”, gaining his reading powers and becoming Super Why!
We see how Pig first became Alpha Pig, by using his alphabet letters to stop the Big Bad Wolf.
YOU get your very own whyflyer and jump into “The Story of the Super Readers” to learn the back-story of how the Super Readers got their reading powers.
Wobblebottom needs help finding Sophie. Help Super Why change Wobblebottom’s story.
With Alpha Pig’s amazing alphabet tools, he will climb the hill and reach the stars.
The Super Readers read the story of Cinderella and the Prince.
Super Why uses his reading power to change the story and help Monkey find his missing bananas.
When Hazel’s picnic basket gets stuck at the top of a cactus, Alpha Pig spells “ramp” so the basket can slide down.
Princess and Red work together to spell “pigpen” in order to trap Blue Foot Bill.
Rather than practicing for her race, Serena keeps chasing a butterfly. Woofster uses his dictionary power to define the word “distracted” and Serena realizes that she should be focusing on the race.
The Super Readers fly in to Puppy Town through dog-bone-shaped clouds.
Super Why uses his reading power to switch the words in the sentence and help get the pony off of the farmer’s back.
Woofster is hiding behind the fruit bins. Alpha Pig uses his Lucky Letter Lasso to find Woofster.
The Super Readers are on a mission to help a sad puppy not feel so sad but they can’t find him anywhere! Pig uses his alphabet power to find all of the letters in the word “puppy”.
The Super Readers, Clara, and the Nutcracker go to the land of snow. Suddenly the grumpy mouse king appears to stop the fun!
Alpha Pig uses his amazing alphabet powers to help Clara and the Nutcracker. The mice fly from the scene!
Whyatt starts reading the Nutcracker. The Super Readers realize they need to find the grumpy mouse king.
Alpha Pig uses his amazing alphabet tools to catch Santa’s toys. With his alphabet net, Alpha Pig catches the toys and names the letters.