Have you gotten to see any of the Nickelodeon’s Corn & Peg episodes yet? I know it would have been perfect for Rae when she was a little. The first thing I love about Corn & Peg is the social good aspect. In this day and age it is hard to raise our kids to remember to put others first. It is a hard moral that we have tried desperately to instill in our kids. I know my kiddos do their best and fail from time to time but they try. Just last week we had a friend whose daughter had desperately wanted an American Girl doll. Rae has more than her fair share and she did what was the best. She gave up not one but two of her dolls to her friend’s family. It meant two very happy girls.
About Nickelodeon’s Corn & Peg
Corn & Peg follows the extraordinary friendship between Corn, a loveable Unicorn, and Peg, a plucky Pegasus, who share the same unbridled enthusiasm for doing good deeds. Corn & Peg features a social-emotional curriculum that highlights empathy and kindness, and a school readiness curriculum emphasizing colors, math, directions, and health and wellness.
In Corn & Peg, the pair of inseparable best friends are inspired by their favorite superhero, Captain Thunderhoof—champion of all do-gooders—to make a difference and help the residents in their colorful equine community of Galloping Grove. Together, Corn and Peg are the dynamic duo of doing good. They are always putting others before themselves and believing that doing good feels good.
Nickelodeon’s Corn & Peg Trailer
Nickelodeon’s Corn & Peg Series Premiere
In the series premiere of Corn & Peg, “Deputy Do Gooders/Horseplay,” when Sheriff Swiftstone makes Corn and Peg deputies, they get distracted from their traffic duties and cause a huge jam. While Captain Thunderhoof is busy stopping a boulder from rolling toward Farmer Shire’s farm, Corn and Peg must help with a rescue.
I love that you can also watch the series on their Youtube channel with a small fee.