Peppa Pig is a lovable but slightly bossy little pig. She is four years old and lives with Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and her little brother George. Peppa likes playing with Suzy Sheep (her best friend), visiting Granny and Grandpa Pig, and looking after George. Most of all, Peppa loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles, laughing and making loud snorting noises.
George is Peppa's little brother. He is 18 months old and loves to play with his big sister, Peppa, even when she's being bossy. George's favourite thing is his toy dinosaur. He carries it everywhere with him. George can't speak yet but can say one word very well: 'Dine-saw!'
Mummy Pig likes jumping up and down in muddy puddles almost as much as Peppa. She works from home on her computer and sometimes lets Peppa and George help, as long as they don't bash the keyboard. She is better at map reading than Daddy Pig and is very wise about most things.
Daddy Pig is very jolly and laughs all the time, especially when he plays with Peppa and George. Daddy Pig reads the paper and gets excited about trips in the car. He loves cookies and pumpkin pie and Peppa teases him about his big round tummy. Daddy Pig can be a tiny bit grumpy sometimes when he can't remember where he put his glasses.
Granny and Grandpa Pig
Peppa and George love playing at Granny and Grandpa Pig's house. Grandpa Pig is very good at growing vegetables. The sound Granny Pig and Grandpa Pig make is: Oink! Oink!
Suzy Sheep is Peppa's best friend and their favorite game is dress-up. Peppa is always a fairy princess and Suzy likes to dress up as a nurse. Peppa's other good friends in her play group include Danny Dog, Pedro Pony, and Rebecca Rabbit.
Peppa is a loveable, cheeky little piggy who lives with her little brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa's favourite things include playing games, dressing up, days out and jumping in muddy puddles. Her adventures always end happily with loud snorts of laughter.
Each Peppa Pig episode features everyday activities and themes that preschoolers can relate to, such as going to the playground, swimming, riding bikes, visiting grandparents and having play dates. Peppa Pig episodes support preschoolers' social and emotional development, such as building self-esteem, cooperating, empathising with others, and identifying and expressing feelings.