Meet Pocoyo, an unforgettable little boy with a very big personality. Narrator Stephen Fry guides Pocoyo with gentle humour as he explores the world around him. Pocoyo and his friends, Ellie, Loula, Pato and Sleepy Bird, encourage the viewer to learn through laughter, rather than leaving them feeling they have been taught. The characters, storylines, sounds and visual appeal of Pocoyo have been carefully researched to ensure that it is perfectly tailored to encourage child development. Pocoyo takes pre-school entertainment one step further - it is visually very different to any other pre-school programme. Its innovative use of CGI animation allows Pocoyo to become a very real child - he moves, talks, plays and learns like a toddler, and he can sulk and throw tantrums like only a toddler can!
Pocoyo is in a foul mood, but Octopus comes to visit and cheers him, and everyone else, up.
Pocoyo and Pato are having fun ice-skating. Elly is a great dancer and wants to have a go, but every time she tries she falls over flat on her bum. Even Whale and Octopus put on a great duet ice-skating routine. Poor Elly is about to give up. But we encourage her to have another go, and Pocoyo and Pato help her to get started.Watch Now:Amazon
An angry alien finds his way to Pocoyo's world and declares that he wants to be king. Pocoyo, Elly and Caterpillar are all friendly but the alien just bosses them around and tries to scare them. When the alien tells Pato what to do, Pato finds it rather helpful. This goes against what the alien was expecting.Watch Now:Amazon
Pocoyo, Pato, and Elly each get a present. While each gift is disappointing at first, they each find creative ways to have fun with their presents, until they combine their new doodads to make a the best toy ever.Watch Now:Amazon
Pocoyo and Pato receive a postcard from Elly, who is on vacation at the beach. Not to be outdone, they set up their own beach. Ready with their sunglasses, a bucket, and shovel, they build a fantastic sandcastle. Now they have to wait for Elly to get back so they can all play at their beach together.Watch Now:Amazon
It is breakfast time and Elly has made orange juice, milk and cereal for Pocoyo. But Pocoyo would rather see what his friends are having. So he sees that Fred is having seaweed, Baby Bird is having seeds, and his friends the Martians are having meteorites. His breakfast wasn’t so bad after all!Watch Now:Amazon
Pocoyo and his friends are painting a fruit still life. Pato is painting with a brush, Elly with pencils and Pocoyo is using crayons. Baby Bird goes to sit in the still life so that his friends can include him in their drawings. While he is waiting, he keeps eating the fruit, making everyone repeat their drawings. In the end, they have all portrayed the only thing left in the still life: Baby Bird. 90 minutes of Pocoyo!Watch Now:Amazon
Pocoyo gives the last drop of water from his watering can to his friends instead of using it to feed his musical flowers.
Everyone gets together to dress up and play parts in the Narrator's story, but everyone has different ideas of what that story should be about.
Elly gets a new pair of dress-up shoes that she loves, but she soon finds out that dress-up shoes aren't necessarily good shoes to wear all the time.Watch Now:Amazon
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