MONKEY MONKEY MUSIC Interstitials

NOLA Code:
MNKY 0300 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
1 / 90
Genre:
Rights End:
12/31/2023
Producer
Monkey Monkey Music
TV-G
No CC
Stereo
SAP:
DVI
Year Produced:
2013
Version:
Base
Young children will do the macaroni dance, guess animal sounds, turn into butterflies, discover their five senses, count down nuts in shells, and laugh hysterically to knock-knock jokes.

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Cut 1 “Macaroni” (Children do the macaroni dance while making fun crafts from different pasta shapes such as a car, choo-choo train, and other highly creative projects. This video can be used as a springboard to make arts and crafts while learning a new dance.) 2:11
Cut 2 “Macaroni” (Sort pasta in jars, create letters out of pasta, and make a choo-choo train.) :60
Cut 3 “Macaroni” (“Design a picture frame, create a lion’s mane, grow a garden of macaroni flowers.”) :60
Cut 4 “Macaroni” (Make car wheels, a diamond ring, and a ziti necklace.) :30
Cut 5 “Macaroni” (Make macaroni tambourines and become macaroni kings and queens.) :30
Cut 6 “Macaroni” (Make a lion’s mane, build a macaroni shack, and let it rain pasta showers.) :30

Cut 7 “Macaroni” (Spell out your name with macaroni letters.) :20
Cut 8 “Macaroni” (Make a macaroni crown and make buttons for a gown.) :20
Cut 9 “Macaroni” (“Grow a garden of macaroni flowers.”) :20
Cut 10 “Macaroni” (“Give a cheese shell diamond ring.”) :15
Cut 11 “Macaroni” (“Make a choo-choo train.”) :15
Cut 12 “Macaroni” (“Make it rain pasta showers.”) :15
Cut 13 “What Would A … ?” (Animals imitate other animals’ sounds. This video features an elephant acting like a lion, a frog acting like a chicken, and an energetic cast of children monkeying around the jungle. This is a great tool for teaching kids to match the proper sounds with the correct animals.) 1:45
Cut 14 “What Would A … ?” (“What would an elephant look like doing a lion dance?”) :60
Cut 15 “What Would A … ?” (“The chicken did the cha-cha.”) :60
Cut 16 “What Would A … ?” (Would an elephant go stomp or rowr?) :30
Cut 17 “What Would A … ?” (Froggy does the chicken dance.) :30
Cut 18 “What Would A … ?” (The monkey does a monkey dance.) :30
Cut 19 “What Would A … ?” (Elephant roars like the lion.) :20
Cut 20 “What Would A … ?” (Froggy does the chicken dance.) :20
Cut 21 “What Would A … ?” (The monkey does a monkey dance.) :20
Cut 22 “What Would A … ?” (“What would an elephant look like doing a lion dance?”) :15

Cut 23 “What Would A … ?” (“What would a froggy look like doing a chicken dance?”) :15

Cut 24 “What Would A … ?” (“What would a monkey look like … doing a monkey dance?”) :15

Cut 25 “Butterfly” (Children transform from caterpillars into butterflies. This video presents a scientific concept in a very basic and creative way.) 1:25
Cut 26 “Butterfly” (Children’s wings start to form inside the cocoon and then they transform into butterflies.) :60
Cut 27 “Butterfly” (A child is a little insect in a cocoon.) :30
Cut 28 “Butterfly” (We’re going to sing a song and turn into butterflies.) :30

Cut 29 “Butterfly” (“Who’s going to be my next butterfly?”) :30
Cut 30 “Butterfly” (“One day you’re going to touch the sky, she’s a caterpillar and now you’re a butterfly.”) :20

Cut 31 “Butterfly” (“She’s a caterpillar and now you’re a butterfly.”) :15
Cut 32 “Five Senses” (This interestingly designed and textured video tells a story about a little boy and girl who recall the day’s events through their five senses. This is a great tool in teaching children to make associations between their surroundings and senses.) 2:48
Cut 33 “Five Senses” (“The birds were calling, singing against blue skies.”) :60

Cut 34 “Five Senses” (“I fell asleep in my clothes.”) :60
Cut 35 “Five Senses” (“We’re going to see with our eyes and hear with our ears.”) :60
Cut 36 “Five Senses” (“Woke up this morning, the birds were calling.”) :30
Cut 37 “Five Senses” (Went into the kitchen, smelled pancakes and toast.) :30
Cut 38 “Five Senses” (“Tucked in my beddy-bye, it’s time to go night-night.”) :30
Cut 39 “Five Senses” (Heard birds calling, features seeing and hearing). :20

Cut 40 “Five Senses” (Heard eggs sizzling, features hearing and smelling.) :20
Cut 41 “Five Senses” (See, hear, smell, taste, and touch.) :15
Cut 42 “Nutshells” (Set in a Beat poetry club, the poets and children count down all the nuts in pistachio shells. This is a great lesson in counting numbers down.) 1:29
Cut 43 “Nutshells” (“None down, five to go.”) :60
Cut 44 “Nutshells” (“One down, four to go.”) :30
Cut 45 “Nutshells” (“Three down, two to go.”) :30
Cut 46 “Nutshells” (“None down, five to go.”) :20
Cut 47 “Nutshells” (“Two down, three to go.”) :20
Cut 48 “Nutshells” (“None down, five to go.”) :15
Cut 49 “Nutshells” (“One down, four to go.”) :15
Cut 50 “Nutshells” (“Three down, two to go.”) :15
Cut 51 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (A neighborhood guest knocks on everyone’s doors playing knock-knock jokes). 2:54

Cut 52 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Harriet who?” “Harri-et up, I got things to do.”) :60
Cut 53 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Harri-et up, I got things to do.”) :30
Cut 54 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Ida who?” “I-da called, but my telephone is broken.”) :30
Cut 55 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Mia who?” “Mi-as hungry, please let me in!”) :30
Cut 56 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Harri-et up, I got things to do.”) :20
Cut 57 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“I-da called, but my telephone is broken.”) :20
Cut 58 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Mia who?” “Mi-as hungry, please let me in!”) :20
Cut 59 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Ben who?” “Ben wondering where you’ve been all my life.”) :20
Cut 60 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Julia who?” “Ju-ya want to come over for dinner?”) :20
Cut 61 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“I-da called, but my telephone is broken.”) :15
Cut 62 “Who’s a Knockin’?” (“Anita who?” “A-needa use your bathroom!”) :15
Cut 63 “Hello” (In this new and wonderfully produced version of “Hello,” children will clap hands, sway sideways, jump and down, and follow along to simple dances in this action-packed video.) 1:31
Cut 64 “Hello” (Children will dance, clap hands, and make some music today.) :60
Cut 65 “Hello” (“Clap your hands if you’re happy you’re here.”) :30
Cut 66 “Hello” (“Jump up and down if you’re happy you’re here.”) :30
Cut 67 “Hello” (“Shake it silly if you’re happy you’re here.”) :30
Cut 68 “Hello” (“Sway sideways if you’re happy you’re here.”) :30
Cut 69 “Hello” (“Spin around if you’re happy you’re here.”) :15
Cut 70 “Silly Animal Friends” (Children will wish they were part of this fun game of word play where listeners transform into the animals they are singing about.) 2:59
Cut 71 “Silly Animal Friends” (A cow goes looking for a moo-seum, a horse is a noisy neigh-bor, and a sheep takes a lot of bubble baaaths.) :60

Cut 72 “Silly Animal Friends” (A dog is a little ruff, ruff, ruff around the edges.) :30
Cut 73 “Silly Animal Friends” (A cow goes looking for a moo-seum.) :20
Cut 74 “Silly Animal Friends” (A horse is a noisy neigh-bor.) :20
Cut 75 “Silly Animal Friends” (A cat hurts her paw and cries “Me-ow!”) :20
Cut 76 “Silly Animal Friends” (A cow goes looking for a moo-seum.) :15
Cut 77 “Silly Animal Friends” (A horse is a noisy neigh-bor.) :15
Cut 78 “Silly Animal Friends” (A cat hurts her paw and cries “Me-ow!”) :15
Cut 79 “Things That Go Round” (Children spend the day at an amusement park and draw commonalities between all the things that go round and are round. This can be used to teach children about common associations of objects.) 2:34

Cut 80 “Things That Go Round” (Ferris wheels, windmills and carousels are things that go round.) :60
Cut 81 “Things That Go Round” (“Carousels with pictures of clowns are things that go round, round, round.”) :30
Cut 82 “Things That Go Round” (“Basketballs on the way down are things that go round, round, round.”) :30
Cut 83 “Things That Go Round” (Swings going counterclockwise are things that go round.) :30
Cut 84 “Things That Go Round” (“Carousels with pictures of clowns are things that go round, round, round.”) :15
Cut 85 “Things That Go Round” (Rubber tires are things that go round.) :15
Cut 86 “This Way, That Way” (Animated children teach directions by pointing out all the different ways in which things move.) 2:52
Cut 87 “This Way, That Way” (“Windshield wipers go right then left, together east, together west.”) :60
Cut 88 “This Way, That Way” (Subway doors go open then shut.) :30
Cut 89 “This Way, That Way” (Cars drive in two directions.) :20

Program Rights

Broadcast Rights:
Unlimited
Rights Dates:
2/6/2014 - 12/31/2023
School Rights:
1YR
V.O.D. Rights:
Yes
V.O.D. Rights Type:
Concurrent w/broadcast rights
Linear Live Streaming:
Yes
Non-Commercial Cable Rights:
Yes