From the much loved and critically acclaimed "Shaun the Sheep," little lamb Timmy stars in his own TV series. Adorable he may be, but Timmy is a little lamb with a lot to learn. He has just turned three (in sheep years), and being the "only lamb in the flock," Timmy has been used to getting his own way. Now for the first time, Timmy is going to have to learn to get along with the other little animals. Timmy is going to nursery.
Timmy Time is an engaging exploration of nursery life which every pre-school aged boy and girl can relate to. In this bright, colorful, safe environment, Timmy and his animal chums learn how to make friends, create new things, paint, draw and generally learn those very important "life lessons" from their nursery teachers, Harriet Heron and Osbourne Owl.
Each episode follows a day in the life of Timmy and his friends at nursery. The nursery day will be familiar to pre-schoolers, with the funny twist that Timmy and his friends go to their own nursery for little animals. Timmy is always at the heart of each story. In each episode, he will learn something about himself and his friends, as well as the day's activities. Storylines are strong but simple enough to be told without dialogue, using a combination of expressive character animation, animal noises, comedy and slapstick.
Timmy's nursery school is cozily housed in some old farm buildings, nestled amongst gently rolling hills. Complete with messy play area, story corner and garden, this is the perfect place for a young lamb to start finding his place in the world.
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