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Kit^n^Kate is an educational television series about two small kitties who learn how to make right choices while enjoying magical adventures in their playroom. The series teaches kids to overcome difficulties while communicating with friends and grown-ups and help mastering rules of conduct in various situations.
Two small kitties named Kit and Kate love their toy box. As soon as they hop inside, magic starts to happen. Kids’ imagination transforms their room into a blueberry island, race track or a medieval castle. Every time the kitties create a whole new world with amazing discoveries, surprises and not-so-easy-to-solve dilemmas!
In each episode the kitties meet a mysterious stranger who always happens to be their Mum or Dad in disguise. The stranger helps the kids to solve all the puzzles and enjoy even the bumpiest ride.
Sweet stories of Kit and Kate help parents through a game show their kids how to solve even the most twisted kiddy problems. This movie teaches children to find answers to difficult questions, be polite, go to bed on time and eat properly. The characters also show how to start an amazing game with usual toys.
Kit and Kate are archaeologists at the ancient pyramid of King Kat. They are given the job of carefully putting together an ancient statue, but Kit wants to finish as quickly as possible so he can go swimming.
LESSON: “Good enough” isn’t really good enough if you aren’t trying your best.
Kit and Kate would like to become friends with Linda Lamb, the assistant at a laboratory. Unfortunately, Linda is afraid of playing the same games as the kittens, so Kit and Kate decide to change her and make her brave… maybe TOO brave.
LESSON: If you want someone to be a good friend to you, t...
Kit wants to join the circus with his sister, but Kate isn’t interested because she thinks it is boring. When it is time to show the Circus Master what they can do, Kate won’t try anything because she is in a bad mood.
LESSON: Doing things you like can turn your bad mood into a good mood.
Kit and Kate are the royal tailors of Buglandia in charge of making a new outfit for the six-legged Prince. But the outfit does not come out as they hoped after they use measurements they never double checked.
Kit and Kate win a car race against the ducks, but the crowd thinks the kittens are losers when they discover that Kit and Kate won after leaving the ducks stuck in the mud without checking to see if they were alright.
LESSON: You aren’t a real winner if someone else has to get hurt for you t...
Kit and Kate head off to build a see-saw they can play on together. Kit builds the see-saw all by himself and won’t let Kate help at all. Now Kate doesn’t want to play with Kit and Kit doesn’t understand why.
LESSON: When everyone gets a chance to help, no one feels left out.
Kit and Kate go to the North Pole to wrap presents for Santa Claus. But Christmas is ruined when the kittens decide to keep one of the presents they want for themselves instead of the boy to whom it was made for.
LESSON: Getting what you want isn’t all that matters. How you get it matters as w...
Kit and Kate want to fly a jet airplane, but first they need to find its keys inside a very messy office at the airport. The kittens think the mess is simply too big to clean up little by little, and so they try a series of unsuccessful shortcuts until it gets too dark outside to fly.
Kit and Kate plant chocolate chip cookie trees and harvest the cookies to enter them in a dessert contest. But the kittens throw out all of the cookies and their chance to win the prize when they suddenly find themselves with bad stomach aches after eating some of the cookies.
Kit and Kate go to work at Woofie’s Restaurant cleaning the dishes. The kittens would rather be cooking and so they let Woofie’s robot helper do all of the work. Everything goes fine until the robot runs out of power.
LESSON: If you always let someone else do something for you, you won’t be ab...