Romper, bomper, stomper boo. Tell me, tell me, tell me, do. Magic Mirror, tell me today, have all my friends had fun at play?"

Romper, bomper, stomper boo. Tell me, tell me, tell me, do. Magic Mirror, tell me today, have all my friends had fun at play?"

"Romper, bomper, stomper boo. Tell me, tell me, tell me, do. Magic Mirror, tell me today, have all my friends had fun at play?"

"Romper, bomper, stomper boo. Tell me, tell me, tell me, do. Magic Mirror, tell me today, have all my friends had fun at play?"

Romper Room First aired in Baltimore in 1953, Romper Room was one of the earliest regular television programming created for young children. Romper Room was developed by Bert and Nancy Claster, who previously booked variety shows at a local theater. On a set designed like a classroom, Miss Nancy read books and sang songs with children, encouraged young viewers at home to be “Do-Bees,” and ended each program by naming children she saw at home in her Magic Mirror.

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Romper Room First aired in Baltimore in 1953, Romper Room was one of the earliest regular television programming created for young children. Romper Room was developed by Bert and Nancy Claster, who previously booked variety shows at a local theater. On a set designed like a classroom, Miss Nancy read books and sang songs with children, encouraged young viewers at home to be “Do-Bees,” and ended each program by naming children she saw at home in her Magic Mirror.

Romper bomper, stomper boo, tell me, tell me, tell me do....who do I see today, I see you!

Romper bomper, stomper boo, tell me, tell me, tell me do....who do I see today, I see you!

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