Welcome to Kujo's Community Centre!
Imagine a wonderful, vibrant place in the heart of a bustling and diverse neighbourhood,
where learning, silliness and fun are part of everyday adventures!
The community centre is managed by none other than Kujo: a warm, friendly and funny guy who is always ready
to help children answer their curious questions. Join Kujo on a mission of discovery about a whole series of subjects,
with puppets, song, animation and diverse expert guests.
Do you have a question you want answered? Just call out..."Hey, Kujo!"
New Hey, Kujo! Episode Can I go to the Moon?
In this Episode, Rosie wants to know how she can get to the moon! She and Kujo get answers from Jeanette Epps who is a real Astronaut with NASA!
Hey, Kujo! Episode Ten Little Dinosaurs
In this Episode, Miss Madison, our teacher at Kujo's Community Centre invites everyone to sing along while counting cute dinosaurs! DOWNLOAD OUR FREE TEN LITTLE DINOSAURS LEARNING ACTIVITY PACK.
Hey, Kujo! Episode! Stand Like a Flamingo
In this episode, Gram, shows us how to stand tall and practice
our balance on one leg--just like a flamingo! DOWNLOAD OUR FREE FLAMINGO LEARNING ACTIVITY PACK!
Hey Kujo! Episode Bernard's Beaver Lodge
Join Bernard the Beaver as he teaches us how he makes his home. DOWNLOAD OUR FREE BERNARD LEARNING ACTIVITY PACK!
Hey, Kujo! Episode "Is Kwanzaa like Christmas?"
In this episode, Kujo realizes he is late getting the community centre
ready for Kwanzaa. He enlists the help of Gram, Tandeep, Jaden, Bernard
the Beaver, Madison, and amazing dancers and drummers to prepare.
And there’s Kujo Vincent, Kujo’s french-speaking alter ego, who always wants to make a bit of trouble!
DOWNLOAD OUR FREE KWANZAA LEARNING ACTIVITY PACK
Winter is fun with Kujo!
Hey, Kujo! has a fun newsletter filled with winter facts and activities. Share with your family and friends, and keep watching for new episodes coming soon!
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We acknowledge the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, on whose land we live and work. This includes
the traditional territories of the Blackfoot: Siksika, the Piikani, Kainai, and the Tsuut’ina, and the Stoney Nakoda: Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley First Nations. Moh’kins’tsis (City of Calgary), and home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.