Thursday, February 20, 2014

Toopy and Binoo

Disclosure: I received Toopy and Binoo products in exchange for a post about the show. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

I have been out of the little kid TV loop since my oldest is 11. So when Toopy and Binoo asked that I be a part of their campaign, I had to look up to see who they were. I have to say I was really excited and was sure my little one would love it.

For those who don’t know who these characters are you’re in for a treat.  Toopy and Binoo started out being a TV series in Canada.  It is an animated series that follows the adventures of Toopy, a tall and friendly mouse, and his best friend Binoo, a tiny, clever and lovable white cat. They can now be seen on their youtube channel. They are designed for preschool ages 2-6 and help expand creativity while talking about positive values like friendship, good manners, creative thinking and humor.

Toopy loves to chat about their fun adventures. Binoo keeps his lips zipped but he still gets his point across while still being playful with gestures and actions.  

I really like the fact that each episode is only about 5 minutes so it can keep the little ones attention and they won’t get bored from it.

Today you and your kids can join Toopy and Binoo for a fun Twitter Part at 1PM (EST) hotesd by @ResourcefulMom. Follow #ToopyandBinoo to participate.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing this--I think my grandchildren would like watching these.