Hopster is a beautifully designed app for the under-sixes, aiming to strike the perfect balance between learning and fun.
Available on smartphones, tablets, and selected smart TVs, kids’ learning is at the heart of everything they do, making screen time a win/win for parents and children. Find out more on: https://www.hopster.tv/
Saturday Club is their brand new animated series, which explores emotions & empathy for preschoolers
Join us this month for another excellent selection of the best shows for your little ones!
This programme will feature:
SATURDAY CLUB SEASON 1
The Princess Rulebook
Suzy disagrees with the Princess Rulebook, so she decides to make her own rules.
Jamie is sad because his grumpy neighbour took his football. By putting himself in his neighbour's shoes, Jamie understands his neighbour's reaction better.
One Small Step for Jo
Jo thinks she wouldn't like to spend 6 months on her own in a spaceship. But her friends help her see that it would be worth it!
Tian doesn't want to share his pencils, so Grandad asked the group to work together to draw during the class today.
The group of friends are wondering why babies are so loud, so they try to understand them by not being able to make other people understand them.
Little Birdie Caw Caw
Grandad explains to Tian and his friends that animals should be free.
TWO MINUTES TALES
The Little Wooden Boy
The tale of a wooden boy who learns, on his first day at school, that everyone is different in their own way.
The Very Serious Princess
The tale of a very serious princess who learns, with the help of a big Grey Goose, the joys of being silly.
The Very Greedy Pigs
The tale of three greedy pigs who learn that good things come to those who wait.
The Wolf in the Woods
The tale of a little girl who, with the help of a big bad wolf, learns to think for herself.
Do The Flush
Original song by Hopster
Original song by Hopster
Incy Wincy Spider
Original song by Hopster
Going to school for the first time is one of the biggest things you'll do in your life. You're away from home, fitting in with routines and learning so many new things ... whilst also getting along with a class full of new friends. It's exciting, but a massive change!
SCHOOL OF ROARS helps children prepare for school life by exploring a child's first year through the relationships and experiences of our mini monsters.
Because they're monsters, our little heroes go to school at night, led by teacher Miss Grizzlesniff. The class learn lessons on how to be monsters, like counting the legs on spiders in maths, how to howl at the moon in music, or making delicious Blushberry Blob Cakes in cookery. Our monsters experience life-lessons through their adventures such as caring, sharing, friendship and fun, mirroring the social and emotional behaviour and group dynamics of our audience who are starting school.
We are delighted to feature the following episodes:
SHOW AND TELL
Wufflebump creates some chaos when he accidentally brings his monster dog GROWLBERT to ‘Show and Tell’. The naughty dog buries all the items and Miss Grizzlesniff is forced to send him to the squishy corner. But when a door handle catastrophe takes place, an unlikely hero saves the day.
Meepa is very excited about the class photo and is even wearing a special new bow. The trouble is she can’t sit still and ruins every snap with her fidgeting. Can Wufflebump teach her to stop wriggling and achieve Miss Grizzlesniff’s dream of the perfect picture?
The monsters get a big surprise when Miss Grizzlesniff brings dinosaur-skeleton ‘Eric’ to class. She warns the class not to touch Eric but, during wet break, they play with him and he ends up breaking! Can they rebuild Eric before Miss Grizzlesniff finds out?
When the monsters bring their toys to school, everyone wants to play with Icklewoo’s monster-mazing robot Whizz-bang. Wowed by Whizz-bangs’ lights and buttons, the monsters forget their own toys, leaving Icklewoo to look after them and host a special toy tea party.
THE SCHOOL INSPECTOR
The class are keen to impress when the school gets a visit from Moth-sted inspector Miss Snarlebite. But, after a disastrous day of monster mishaps, can they turn the inspector’s snarl into a smile.
Messy, voiced by Adam Buxton, is an inquisitive and lovable monster – brings science to life as he adventures through the colourful world of OKIDO with his best friends Zoe and Felix. The brave trio go on journeys of discovery and – with help from the ever-eccentric Zim, Zam and Zoom – unearth the answers to their big questions.
Journey to Socktropolis
Zam tries out her new navigator, which the friends use to get to Messy's most favourite place in OKIDO... Socktropolis! But when the batteries run out, how will they find their way back?
When a little turtle gets stranded on the beach in OKIDO, Messy helps her rejoin her friends so they can begin their very important journey across the ocean.
Messy Has a Hoot
Messy and his friends go on a camping trip in OKIDO Forest with Tweedie the Explorer and meet a few more nocturnal animals than they bargained for.
The adventures of a fun-loving three-year-old monkey, Tee, and first-time super-mum, Mo, as they navigate the swings and roundabouts of their life together, learning what it takes to be a son and a mum.
Tee and Mo are having a Dancing Day! That is, until Tee notices someone laughing at them. Can Mo get Tee to dance like no-one's watching again?
Mo loves playing the piano, Tee wants to help Mo play the piano too... This could lead to some interesting music!
Big boy Tee
Tee and Mo are having a picnic but Tee spots his friends and wants to journey across the park...on his own! Should Mo let Tee out of her sight?
Action Ape did it
Tee finds that it's easier to blame Action Ape for all of his mess and then feels guilty when Mo tells Action Ape off. Can Tee learn to tell Mo the truth?
Tee and Lily get creative building their own dens, but it all gets rather competitive, Mo gets creative too in an effort to bridge the divide!
Song: Are We Ready To Go?