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Disney Launches New Mickey Video App & Website to Watch New “Mickey Mouse” Cartoon Shorts

Disney Launches New Mickey Video App & Website to Watch New “Mickey Mouse” Cartoon Shorts

Do you and your kids love the “old school” classic Mickey Mouse cartoons (remember “Steamboat Willie,” the very first Mickey cartoon in 1928 that shot the mouse we all know and love to fame?)? Well you’re in luck because the original Mickey is starring in an all new short-form series of 19 comedy cartoons, titled “Mickey Mouse” which are now live on both Disney.com’s new Mickey & Friends website and Disney’s new Mickey Video app, available … Read entire article »

Filed under: Disney, entertainment, Kindergartners, Pre-schoolers, School Aged Children, Television, Toddlers

Almost Naked Animals Volume I DVD Review

Almost Naked Animals Volume I DVD Review

I had never heard about Cartoon Network’s quirky, animated series, Almost Naked Animals, until I received an inquiry asking if I’d like to review the first season, which will be available on DVD starting September 25, 2012. Almost Naked Animals features an ensemble cast of underwear-clad animals, based on the quirky designs of Noah Z. Jones. The pack is led by Howie, the good-spirited but hospitality-challenged doggy manager of Banana Cabana, a beach-front hotel. Since I’m a fan of many … Read entire article »

Filed under: DVD, Featured, Kindergartners, School Aged Children, Television, Uncategorized

Mother Earth Rocks the Schoolhouse

Mother Earth Rocks the Schoolhouse

Interplanet Janet is a galaxy girl, but she has a soft spot for Earth. Remember learning your times tables and grammar with Schoolhouse Rock? Now a whole new generation is discovering educational concepts with catchy songs. Schoolhouse Rock: Earth introduces children to ecology and encourages kids to do their part to preserve scarce resources. With all-new tracks by the original creators and favorite vocal artists, Schoolhouse Rock: Earth preserves the look and feel of the 1970s and 1980s … Read entire article »

Filed under: DVD, Earth Day, Eco-Friendly, Featured, Learning, Pre-schoolers, School Aged Children, Science, Video