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Celebrations (15/26)

This is also part of this series: This is Daniel Cook - Season II (13)

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Grade Level: JK-Gr3
Producer: marblemedia/Sinking Ship
Closed Captioned: No
Running Time: 30 mins
Country of Origin: Canada
Study Guide: Online See Link Below

Copyright Date: 2005
Available in French: No

THIS IS DANIEL COOK CARVING A PUMPKIN --- Daniel Cook visits a pumpkin patch to choose a pumpkin he would like to carve. Using stencils, Daniel maps out the pieces he needs to cut out to make his scary pumpkin face complete.

THIS IS DANIEL COOK TRICK OR TREATING --- Daniel Cook loves collecting - especially when it's collecting candy! Daniel chooses his Halloween costume and sets out to go Trick-or-Treating with his police officer friend who offers Daniel safety tips on how to have a fun, safe Halloween experience.

THIS IS DANIEL COOK MAKING A VALENTINE'S DAY CARD --- Daniel Cook wants to make a Valentine's day card for his mom. Daniel is joined by a local artist who shows him how a little bit of creativity can go a long way in designing the perfect card.

THIS IS DANIEL COOK DECORATING EGGS --- Daniel Cook wants to decorate eggs for Easter. A local artist teaches Daniel how to prepare and handle the eggs so that the eggs don't break as he paints

THIS IS DANIEL COOK MAKING A HOLIDAY ORNAMENT --- Daniel Cook is getting ready for the holidays. Daniel sits by the fire and learns how to use felt, glue and bells to create beautiful Christmas decorations.

Awards: At the 2005 Act Awards of Excellence, This is Daniel Cook won the following awards: Grand Prize Best Program All Categories; Award of Excellence All Genres; Award of Excellence Best Website; Emerging Talent Award to marblemedia’s Mark Bishop and Matt Hornburg; 2005 Geminis - Nominated for best pre school program or series; Best Direction in a children’s or youth program or series; Best Performance in a children’s or youth program or series.

Links: http://www.thisisdanielcook.com (children’s interactive site);

http://www.thisisdanielcook.com/grown-ups/parents_teachers.html(teacher page)