After what seems like the longest winter in history, spring might finally be here! It snowed in Montreal just two days ago, but everything has melted and the air outside has a spring feel.
What better way to get in the spring mood than with Julius Jr, the Nick Jr. show that promotes playful adventure, active play, imagination and invention.
Julius Jr. is an animated series based on the Paul Frank family of characters that have been shrunk down to preschool size. You’ll come to know and love the quirky and lovable characters who are the show’s stars: Julius Jr., Worry Bear, Clancy, Sheree, and Ping. The show helps teach pre-schoolers:
• To develop their own individuality and sense of self; helping them to identify their place in the world.
• Learn how to share and play with prospective new friends
• Expand imagination with an emphasis on inventiveness.
Julius Jr has teamed up with the Center for Childhood Creativity, a recognized leader in early childhood development and creative play to provide some fun activities! These inventing time activities will help support your kids’ natural creativity!
Visit the Center For Childhood Creativity for the family activity guides.
Download the printable activity pack here.
With the help of a parent, children can download ALL of the fun songs by the Julius Jr. Garage Band available on iTunes on 4/15! Julius Jr air weekdays at 5PM and Sunday at 10AM on Nick Jr.
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