A little recommendation. If you haven't seen it already, I highly suggest watching "Shaun the Sheep." It is easily my favorite BBC show since "The Mighty Boosh." Shaun is a little sheep previously featured in a Wallace and Grommit short.
The series follows Shaun and his fellow flock, the farmer, and the sheep dog as they go about their days on the English farm. All stop animation, clever like W&G, and no actual talking. Lucy and I have enjoyed watching the 20 minute episodes in the afternoon. I think it is age appropriate but some might find the cranky farmer a bad example, or the underwear jokes and slapstick too much for little ones. I happen to think it is a nice change of pace from all the edutainment stuff on PBS and Nick. Kids deserve a break from numbers and reading once in a while, after all.
The whole first season is up on Netflix right now if you are interested.