ZOOM, Series I; 227
The. The. Presentation of this program is made possible by a grant from General Foods cooperation by public television stations and by grants from the Ford Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Right. My name's Danny.
The boy. I am. I am. I am. I am who. I am. Here's a doodle sent to by Laura Bogart of Southgate California.
Can you guess what this is. What is it. It's a Jack in a box who laughed his head off. Yeah about the six of us. You should be chipper you know no point total going to. Doctor's office. Oh thank you. That is saying a patient right over the bull a bullet. Yeah those X-rays with him. Doctor Yes I O O son. Well take a look at this later. So here's a see here. My I think it is the boob or no zone fever. Well I don't know about that it's well maybe you do minus
not all sewn the head Well let me just reflexes. Let's take a look at the x rays. OK. X. Yeah x rays. I used came to apply for it you know. I know you know I did. Not know. How. Much. We really like to act out plays expression either when say you've made up. So if you've written a play send it to us and maybe we could do it on sound. Semitism box 3 5 0 Boston Mass 0 2 1 3 4. Here's a doodle sent to my Kathy Hochul of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Can you guess what this is. What is it. It's a clown. You know Little Bo.
I used to play you all. That's right. Here's a jewel sent in by Susan why she bought the Peabody Massachusetts. Can you guess what it is. What is it. It's a rabbit eating ice cream cone. What. Would you like to learn how to make a one from a horse. Or resign from somebody that you know about or even a plastic jug. I forgot to blow my horn. That's true.
Would you like the instructions on how to make a one from a horse. But. The
resulting from someone. Or even a plastic jogger Taft was. Right zoom box 3 5 0 0 0 Boston Mass 0 2 1 3 4. Soon after this. I thought it would. Be. But I thought this can't be backs up that a lot. Out by Abu Dhabi. Bubble back spot by lobby for a lot you know about cabinets. Well I spoke about how both kept bees and now batches.
You also do to send them by Bobby butcher of Nashville Tennessee. Can you guess what it is. What is he is a role. Have I for my family that was robbed. Shell. Said it is you. Know I could get. Wiser.
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I love your this. The story is that the girl is really ok but just really learning when you are doing with your eyes and with your with your smile and what you're really doing during a time line at this and really showing his stuff. Yes it was by Nancy George of Akron Ohio. Can you guess what
this is. What is it. It's a free jumping contest. Yes I am. Oh. Yes. Okay quite likely how do we tell you what you have to do listen to me. OK yeah Id is full of blindfolded. I get to see his partner pieces of popcorn one piece at a time with the spoon. You cannot use your fingers if you guys just because you have to find out looking OK on your lot yet.
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Here's an idea sent in by Jennifer Merritt of Euclid Ohio and it's how to make a bird feeder and I'm sure you don't know how to make one. Here's an idea sent in by Jennifer Merritt of Euclid Ohio and it's how to make a bird seed. Here's an idea started by Jennifer Merritt of Euclid Ohio and it's how to make a bird feeder and I'm sure you're going to how to make one. Here is an idea Stanton by Jennifer Merritt of Euclid Ohio. And it's how to make a bird feeder what you need is someone I am. Sure I don't see. It's a pine cone and some peanut butter. Now what you do. If you take the wire. And cut. Here's what I've already done. You should have been about. Two feet over one foot. Now what you do to take your wire and pine cone
and take dandelion and wrap it around. So it looks like. This. Then you take your peanut butter. And you rub it all around you. So it looks like this. Then you take your pine cone and you roll it over all in the Bird see. So it looks like this. And there you have it.
Feeder. You can hang this on your porch or a branch of a tree and watch the birds eat. The worm center by phage or Harris or Chicago. No way. You are going to a costume party dressed up as a worm. I am aware. You are. A piece of spaghetti. Look at foreplay. I know you're going to space looking for a dirty to. Your hunk of bubble gum looking for a shoe to stick on. My arse and you going I'm going. Why don't you go home. Thank you yes. I don't. Know you. So can I work. Here's a doodle sent in by a large watch world of New Jersey. Can you guess what it is. What is it. It's a cat chasing a mouse under a rug.
We shout Terrio of Allington Mass writes Do you zoom. Here is something I have a rap about what gets you really mad and what do you do after you get mad. I can't stay mad at somebody. It's like you know someone or something and something and like my friends and they get Nanami they they get mad no they don't talk to me when I get mad I can't stay mad i guess. I can't that you got to talk to you can't I can't talk I have to tell you I can't. I'm like one two three. So I get to tell. You you know we joke around sometimes
you know. And I'm really not but like you can telephone to be on a good mood today but sometimes you just be joking around you know. But sometimes when I get mad I just go by the thing that really does scream or I punch my pillow. When I came in my sister or I. So when I get mad and they're screaming. But then again I don't I don't. I used to hear a lot you know I used to call him my sister. I just screamed No I don't. I used him as a bad habit of him my sister but you know I don't like it but I just have to let him know soon I'm gonna burst. So I just ran up in my room and I was I just kind of told one day I just wanted to know you better. I don't need it in the way of reading it and opening. Well if you're gonna talk I mean you don't like to cry. Well we
like to cry. Best thing for us to go read a book has to do was sent in by Jeannie school who didn't give a rat dress and she also didn't give us the answer to the doodle. So can you guess what. I really think it is. It's it goes with me. It's a it's a it's a man who's got two eyes and curly. I know. It's a ghost almost. Jump from something jump. Do you believe he's jumped forward to form a junket. So I like. That was OK
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- ZOOM, Series I
- Episode Number
- Producing Organization
- WGBH Educational Foundation
- Contributing Organization
- WGBH (Boston, Massachusetts)
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- Series Description
- "ZOOM is a children's show comprised of weekly half-hour episodes which showed what youngsters do and think. Seven ZOOMers hosted each episdoe, and the cast changed over run of series. ZOOM premiered locally as ""Summer-Do"" in 1970, and premiered nationally in January 1972. ZOOMers played games, told jokes, riddles (called Fannee Doolees) and stories and did crafts projects...and invited ideas from their audience. The result was an avalanche of ZOOMmail - in the first season, over 200,000 letters. Additionally, the Ubbi Dubbi language was invented by ZOOM."
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- Moving Image
Producing Organization: WGBH Educational Foundation
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