The Sunny Side Up Show

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The Sunny Side Up Show
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The Sunny Side Up Show logo
Country of originUnited States
Broadcast
Original channelPBS Kids Sprout
Original runSeptember 26, 2007 – present
External links
Website
 
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The Sunny Side Up Show
Ssu-logo9162011.jpg
The Sunny Side Up Show logo
Country of originUnited States
Broadcast
Original channelPBS Kids Sprout
Original runSeptember 26, 2007 – present
External links
Website

The Sunny Side Up Show is a television programming block introduced on September 26, 2007[1] on PBS Kids Sprout. Each week, a new theme is introduced (shown on the website),[2] including food, Halloween, animals, construction, fall, opposites, and birthdays. The Sunny Side Up Show starts at 9:00am Eastern/8:00am Central each weekday morning. The host of the Sunny Side Up Show plays games, sings songs, tells stories, and shows birthday cards or shows artwork. The show has a puppet co-host, a chicken named Chica.

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Hosts

The Sunny Side Up Show is PBS Kids Sprout's morning program. It is produced live every day, and hosted by a human host along with Chica, a puppet. The show takes place on a set dubbed The Sunshine Barn and decorated with farm-themed objects. The hosts are Kelly, Sean, Dennisha, and Carly. Each host the show for one week with each week's host being announced late in the previous week. Each week's host introduces programs, reads birthdays, leads activities related to the week's theme, and reads messages sent in by individual "Sproutlet" viewers through the Sprout website. There are daily activities such as "The Good Egg Awards" celebrating viewers' accomplishments, and "The Barnyard Boogie", which showcases a viewer animation created that day on the website. These animations are shown at the end of each morning and feature an animated version of the human host dancing with an animated Chica.

Guest hosts and other characters

Shows

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