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Van Dogh - Baby Turtle - cartoon videos for children, guess what is painted

Cartoon videos, show for children, puzzles and visual riddles to play with toodlers and kindergarten. Van Dogh is painting a baby turtle when their friends come, the kids make a picture a little more complicated, wioth the baby and others elements. Do you know what is it? Synopsis: Won, Pan and Kit, ride their tricycles through colorful, Spring-like paths, knowing they’ll find Van Dogh on their way. He shows them the magic in his brushstrokes, where shining stars mix his drawings and transform them into puzzles. Every day, the imagination of Yon, Pat and Kit, shall have to face the challenge of solving such these visual and colourful enigmas, while with his funny suggestions, Van Dogh fills their meetings with lots of laughter. Cartoon series that helps the development and stimulation of imagination and creativity of children through entertainment. Videos of games for children © Motion Pictures, SA Production – www.motionpic.com Format 104×4′ – 3D HDTV Target: Preschool More Van Dogh cartoon videos: www.youtube.com Subscribe to Channel: www.youtube.com Other cartoon videos: www.youtube.com Motion Pictures in social networks: Twitter – twitter.com Facebook – www.facebook.com Pinterest – pinterest.com
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Van Dogh - The frog Juana painting - Play with children cartoons

Cartoon videos, show for children, puzzles and visual riddles to play with toodlers and kindergarten. Van Dogh is painting a frog in a plane when their friends come, but the kids make a picture a little more complicated, something funny. Do you know what is it? Synopsis: Won, Pan and Kit, ride their tricycles through colorful, Spring-like paths, knowing they’ll find Van Dogh on their way. He shows them the magic in his brushstrokes, where shining stars mix his drawings and transform them into puzzles. Every day, the imagination of Yon, Pat and Kit, shall have to face the challenge of solving such these visual and colourful enigmas, while with his funny suggestions, Van Dogh fills their meetings with lots of laughter. Cartoon series that helps the development and stimulation of imagination and creativity of children through entertainment. Videos of games for children © Motion Pictures, SA Production – www.motionpic.com Format 104×4′ – 3D HDTV Target: Preschool More Van Dogh cartoon videos: www.youtube.com Subscribe to Channel: www.youtube.com Other cartoon videos: www.youtube.com Motion Pictures in social networks: Twitter – twitter.com Facebook – www.facebook.com Pinterest – pinterest.com
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Winter Activities For Kids

Article by Ivana Katz

Winter Activities For Kids – Family

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Winter activities for kids don’t need to involve sitting in front of the TV or playing on the computer. There are plenty of ways to keep your children occupied when the weather is cold or rainy. Here are some great recipes and kids craft ideas to get you started.Dough Ornaments

2 cups flour1 cup salt1 cup water

Mix all thoroughly. Add 1 tablespoon of water if dough is dry. Knead 5 minutes. Shape. Poke a small paper clip in back of ornaments. Place on lightly greased cookie sheet. Smooth rough edges with wet knife before baking. Bake at 250 degrees for 2 hours. Paint with acrylic paints or model paint. Coat with clear shellac.

Ideas: Braid dough and make into wreath. Decorate with ribbon and dried flowers. Make into holiday ornaments; snowman, santa, etc. Use utensils, garlic press, fork, knives, toothpicks to make designs.

Sand Sculpture Clay

2 cups sand1 cup water1 cup cornstarch

Mix in pot over low heat until thickened. Let cool and mold into shapes. Decorate with shells. Dry. Can be painted.

Finger Paint

1 tablespoon unflavored gelatinCold water1/2 cup cornstarch4 tablespoons dishwashing liquidFood colouring

Stir gelatin into 1/3 cup cold water. Set aside. In a saucepan stir cornstarch into 2 1/2 cups cold water until dissolve. Bring to a simmer and stir until fully thickened. Remove from heat and blend in gelatin mixture. Add dishwashing liquid. Cool and add food coloring as desired. Store in Tupperware at room temperature.

Wrapping Paper

Brown bagPaperScissorsSpongesNon-toxic paintShallow container

Cut sponges into a variety of shapes. Pour paint into shallow container. Dip sponges in paint and decorate paper bag or paper.

Fun Fans

CardboardCrayons or magic markersScissorsTransparent tapeTyping or notebook paper

Place your barefoot or hand on piece of cardboard and trace. Cut out shape and color both sides. Roll a sheet of paper into a tight tube to make a handle. Tape tube closed, tape one end to the fan. Your ready to keep cool.

Picture Puzzle

Magazine picture or map or favourite pictureGlueCardboardScissors

Glue picture on cardboard. Cut the picture into puzzle pieces. If state map cut along state lines. Now try to put puzzle together.

Macaroni Jewellery

Large macaroniYarn or string

Dip large macaroni into various food colours for a few seconds. Lay macaroni on paper towel until dry. Cut yarn long enough for necklace or bracelet. Wrap end of yarn with tape. String macaroni. Tie the yarn ends together.

Sewing Cards

Lightweight cardboard – from new shirts, cereal boxes, poster boardColoured paper or colourful magazine picturesYarn or coloured shoelaces

Cut pieces of cardboard into six inch squares. Cover them with colored paper or pictures. Punch holes about an inch apart around the edges. Show the children how to lace in and out of the holes with the yarn or shoelaces.

Stationary or Cards

Plain paperSpongeAcrylic paint(s)Marking pen

Take a piece of plain paper and fold in half. With the folded part at the top, it looks like a note card. Take the sponge and dip it into the acrylic paint which is in a saucer. Design on the front and also on the back of an envelope. Then take a very thin marking pen and write really fancy “Happy Birthday” or whatever the occasion is.

Children love to make cards and it’s also an easy way to have a card in a hurry!

Bubble Bath

1/2 cup liquid hand soap1 cup epsom salt5 drops glycerinFew drops of food coloringFew drops of fragrance

Mix well, shake right before using. Pour into bathtub while water is running and enjoy.

So stock up on supplies and get creative. Winter activities for kids can be a lot of fun, especially if you are also involved.

About the Author

Ivana Katz of Kids Universe says her idea of getting lucky is having someone else do the laundry. She doesn’t take life too seriously, regularly makes a fool of herself and totally embarasses her son. Visit her website www.kidsuniverse.com.au and find some fun activities for kids and awesome places to go.

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Ivana Katz of Kids Universe says her idea of getting lucky is having someone else do the laundry. She doesn’t take life too seriously, regularly makes a fool of herself and totally embarasses her son. Visit her website www.kidsuniverse.com.au and find some fun activities for kids and awesome places to go.












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