We thought a lot about how we could make it even better than series 1. British Broadcasting Corporation Home. The CBeebies Grown-ups blog is a unique meeting point between parents and the decision makers at CBeebies. You can stay up to date with CBeebies Grown-ups via these feeds. I don’t want to have to switch the computer on to let my kids watch it. It’s bigger and better – and it goes back to basics. I feel my neice would benefit greatly from watching Alphablocks as she struggles with her word learning.
Sign in or register to comment. Jump to more content from this blog About this blog. Mr Bloom, Pantomime and more festive fun! I, and my other mum friends, are really pleased to see another series of this wonderful programme. And, thirdly, we went back to basics. I second that a DVD is really needed! CBeebies shows Guest Blogger While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience.
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And even happier to see another one is being developed to follow. And we hope some of alphablockx shines through when you and your child watch Alphablocks. My older daughter was a huge fan of the first series as well as the online games and is now an avid and very competent reader.
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While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Alphablkcks CBeebies Alphbalocks blog is a unique meeting point between parents and the decision makers at CBeebies. My son carries his tag with him everywhere, but their learning to read series of books for early learners is not particularly good.
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I second that a DVD is really needed! In the iplayrr week of school phonics, everyone learns about the letters S, A, T and P. Subscribe to CBeebies Grown-ups. This entry is now closed for comments.
Complain about this comment Comment number 6. Complain about this comment Comment number iplayyer. This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web iplayeg with style sheets CSS enabled. Complain about this comment Comment number 1. It’s bigger and better – and it goes back to basics. And we started puzzling – how do you turn sitting down, a pat on the head and datch fittings into an engaging story for beginner readers…? Complain about this comment Comment number 3. Hope you enjoy the new episodes: Could you please release these Alphablocks series on dvd?
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I feel my neice would benefit greatly from watching Alphablocks as she struggles with her word learning. Comments Post your comment Sign in or register to comment.
These are a wonderful resource for home education, possibly having a life changing positive effect on childrens’ lives. My 3 year old learns from it and my 1 year old has no-idea that she is learning the sounds! Mr Watvh, Pantomime and more festive fun!
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As an adult now and someone who has experienced much negative emotions surrounding mis-pronouncing words and not having the ability within myself to remedy this, nor having the alternative educational lplayer ie. Just seen Alphablocks episode on TV this morning!
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Sign in or register to comment. We were thrilled when the BBC asked us to make two more series – it meant all those extra stories in our heads had somewhere to go. Sorry, I didn’t realise I couldn’t edit my original post Topical posts on this blog.
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Hi, I’m Joe Elliot, the creator of Alphablocks. I’m delighted to tell you about series two, which has we think turned out rather nicely. The first series was aimed at four-to-six-year-olds, but we discovered that a lot of younger children were watching and enjoying the show.