Timmy Doodle’s Vocabulary Lesson
About The Filmmaker
I’m a lifelong homeschooler married to another homeschooler. We now have 3 children of our own learning with us at home. Growing up I sampled almost every curriculum available homeschooling in the 80s and 90s… for my own kids, I trust Timberdoodle!
Behind The Scenes
Meet the Doodle family, and join young Timmy Doodle as he learns the day’s vocabulary words. <p>It’s a bit kitschy, just like me. I paired an old educational/propaganda filmstrip from the 1950′s with silent film style background music and added my cheesy voice-over. Timmy’s vocab words are all wacky fun products available from Timberdoodle. The word-plays make sense to my odd-ball mind, and I hope they make you laugh a little! <br>Please excuse the smencil-related bathroom humor. I couldn’t help myself. <p>Music: Look Busy by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0″ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b… <p>Photography is from a 1954 Encyclopedia Britannica filmstrip entitled “Brothers and Sisters” and is Creative Commons in the Public Domain. This video is also in the Creative Commons.
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