Word World

Premiered Apr 01, 2007 Between Seasons



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Word World

Show Summary

Word World is a show that is designed to help children to learn their letters. The entire animated world of Word World is made out of letters and the characters work through challenges to form words.

Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 1/17/2011

Season 3 : Episode 5

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  • world of words

    If you are talking of world of words, how can you ignore favoritewords dot com which connects people who love the same words?
  • Word World _ Similar words

    I think this site can be helpful: I am new to it but I believe it has a great potential to move forward in the future as a new wave in social networking.

  • World World = Your mind has been raped by a kids show!

    Are you KIDDING ME?! This show fails. BADLY. Kids can just learn words from books, my what has kid shows come to, and even worse, THIS SHOW IS STILL ON! In fact, it's at the end of it's third season! God, do I hate this show.
  • A truly amazing show geared for the young AND their not-always-so-young companions.

    This is absolutely the BEST new animated show for kids I have encountered yet. My son, at 8 months old, seemed to enjoy the show every time we played it. Now, 16 months old, he continues to enjoy it each and every episode. We're not sure if he understands it all, or much, but it's the colours, the sounds, the shapes, the music and clarity of speech that all catch his attention. Every episode explores new ideas and concepts that children will learn, and with repetition and entertaining music, colours, characters and games, they definitely have hit on a wonderful idea.

    PBS has produced some questionable material in the past, but this venture has two-thumbs-up from me AND my little guy. 14-15 minute episodes each, put back to back with a song in the middle makes for one wonderful half-hour - and commercial-free (as we know young kids can't sit through them!).

    I can't wait for the first season to wrap up and be released on DVD. Thank goodness for TiVo to record these shows so we can watch them over & over. I already know a few episodes word-for-word (no pun intended), and get new enjoyment out of each episode every time they "Build A Word" (you'll have to watch a show to know what that means!).

    Visit their website (www.wordworld.com) and you'll be pleasantly surprised. So spend some quality time watching quality TV with your wee ones. They'll enjoy it as much as you - maybe more.moreless
  • Yuck... What ever happened to the good old kid shows?? :(

    Yuck... What ever happened to the good old kid shows?? :( Like Blues Clues, or Bear in the Big Blue House, Barney even!! This one is just....ugh. I don't like it. Maybe it actually does help kids learn. But my boyfriend, brother, and I sat in front of the TV for about 10 minutes making fun of the show. It is ridiculous... You can't hardly see the words on objects half the time, and although it's kind of creative to have things formed by the letters that spell what they are, it's also rather stupid. Ugh. Idk... I don't see this show as being of good quality and worth little kids' time to watch. (They should be shipped off to daycare instead. :P Haha.)moreless
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More Info About This Show


Animation, Comedy, Kids


musical numbers, Infants & Toddlers, Preschoolers, educational goals, for the child in you