Print Text: a A Share CityKids:G – N Inuk – Inuk – Inuk is a highly imaginative seven-year-old Inuit boy who lives with his family in the Arctic. Destined to become a shaman, Inuk has special magical powers. His world revolves around his family, particularly his younger sister Panik. Surrounded by his best friends Kimik, the husky and leader of the sled dogs, Nanuk, the polar bear, Akina the killer whale, Qilalugaq the beluga and Ukpik, the arctic owl, Inuk’s days are filled with adventures, games and the occasional problem. Recommended for Grades K-2 Social Studies by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education Making Stuff - Making Stuff - Join Gears as he meets the friendly machines who are so proud of how good they are at Making Stuff! This series explores what goes into making the things we use and consume in our everyday lives. Recommended for Grades K-2 Arts Education by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Moko the Young Explorer – Moko is a young boy overflowing with endless curiosity and endowed with an overflowing imagination. Join him as he explores the world! Recommended for Grades 1-5 Science by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Mr Moon – Follow the discoveries of the curious, adventure-loving Mr. Moon and his celestial friends as they explore space. Based on the books by Kate Veale, Mr. Moon teaches preschoolers about our universe as they experience the adventure, discovery and wonder of Mr. Moon’s exploration. Approved as preschool content for ages 3,4 and 5 by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Nelly and Caesar – In each episode Nelly & Caesar invite the audience to join them in a game inspired by the story. Approved as preschool content for ages 3,4 and 5 by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.