14 Fun Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

February 9th, 2017

Valentine’s Day is about love, kindness, and sweethearts! Although, traditionally a day for adults to celebrate everything cupid there are plenty of opportunities to get the whole family into the fun. The Kidoodle.TV team has rounded up 14 fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Bake heart shaped cookies. Nothing brings out the love than a little baking. Make Valentine inspired cookies and share them with those you love. Make handmade Valentines. Instead of using store bought Valentines, consider making your own. Use these as inspiration. Give free hugs. Talk to your child’s teacher and set up a “Free Hug” booth. This...

6 Fresh Animated Shows on Kidoodle.TV

February 2nd, 2017

The Kidoodle.TV team is working hard to add new shows to the lineup, but in addition to our new releases we love to re-introduce our fans to shows we’ve had up for a while. We know that parents want shows that engage, have an educational aspect, and are fun. Take a look at six fresh animated shows that you can stream right now on Kidoodle.TV. 1. Everything’s Rosie Everything’s Rosie uses great animation and and a positive female role model. With a little help from her friends, Rosie, uses problem solving skills to tackle mysteries in her forest community. This show has...

4 Brain-Boosting Activities for your Family!

January 25th, 2017

Whether it’s eating healthy, keeping active, or spending time together, there’s no question that we all want the best for our children. However, balancing these activities with everything else in our lives can sometimes be challenging. Planning fun events or games for your children are great examples. On the surface, finding games that are all about fun are probably easiest but aren’t always what you're looking for. Games and activities that are fun but that also encourage learning, brain use, and problem solving are also important to have in your back pocket. To help you out, the Kidoodle.TV team has put together...

5 Ways to Beat the January Blues

January 19th, 2017

The holidays are over and it’s back to the every day grind. While settling back into normalcy can be a great way to re-establish routines, it can also leave some families feeling the blues. Keeping your family (and yourself for that matter) energized can sometimes be challenging. That's why the Kidoodle.TV team rounded up 5 ways to beat the January blues! 1. Build a Blanket Fort Brace yourself because we’re about to get messy… and it’s okay! Remember when you were a kid and you would haul out as many blankets as possible to create a massive blanket fort? Remember...

Loveable Bear Alert!

January 11th, 2017

Recently we added BOOMi to our line up, which features the adventures of a loveable bear named BOOMi. With a little bit of imagination, this everyday superhero bear finds himself in adventures that take him underwater, in the garden, and even to the badminton courts. Find out more in these five episodes that are sure to be a perfect fit for your little ones. Pirate Treasure Part 1 Season 1, Episode 1 BOOMi is late for class and has to be extra sneaky to get in before Mr. Hung notices. Mr. Hung has a keen eye and teaches BOOMi about...

More Fun to Come in 2017 …

January 4th, 2017

2016 was an exciting year for Kidoodle.TV. We added new shows to our content line-up, launched on new devices, and began services in countries around the world. Now, we are busy looking ahead to 2017 and finding new and fun ways to interact and support our fans and the Kidoodle.TV family. Here’s a taste of what you can expect from our weekly blog series. More Printables The team at Kidoodle.TV is pretty crafty and colorful. We love to share fun and engaging printables with our families. A whole line-up of new coloring sheets, craft ideas, and templates for you and your family...

10 Ways to Spend Time with Family over the Holidays!

December 23rd, 2016

While the little ones are on holiday break, chances are they’re itching to have fun and hopefully spend time with family. As a parent, it’s sometimes tough to find a balance between what needs to be done around the house, preparing for the holidays, and actually taking the time to connect with family. So, we’ve rounded up ten fun ways to spend time with your family over the holidays to remind you of all the fun things you can do together! 1. Crafts! Spend time working on a holiday craft. It’s a great way to hang out with your family...

Color the Holidays with these Coloring Sheets!

December 14th, 2016

School is almost out for the holidays and children are buzzing with anticipation. A fun and simple way to keep kids entertained is with coloring sheets. Luckily, the Kidoodle.TV team has fun (and free) Christmas themed coloring sheets for your family. Encourage your family to "color the holidays" with these themed printables. Simply click on the images below for a downloadable (and printable) .pdf. “Ho, Ho, Ho!” Santa is getting ready for the holiday fun. “Family Photo” The whole North Pole gang get together for a family photo! We want to see all of the great coloring work from your family....

Tea Time with Tayla Brings the Holiday Fun!

December 7th, 2016

One of our favorite shows on Kidoodle.TV is Tea Time with Tayla! She can make anything fun for kids. Whether it’s learning to count, learning your ABCs, or even learning your favorite colors, Tayla is there with a smile and a song. With the holidays right around the corner, families across North America are looking for fun ways to get into the holiday cheer. Luckily for us, season 8 of Tea Time with Tayla has 7 fun filled episodes perfect for Christmas. Here’s a breakdown of the entire season: Jingle Bells Season 8, Episode 1 Tayla sings you her rendition of...

Grandkids and Christmas

December 7th, 2016

This year will be very special for me as I have a new, eleven month old grandson who will experience his first Christmas and share the excitement with his four year old brother. The annual Santa pictures went well without anyone crying or pulling Santa’s beard and the greeting cards and pictures have been sent. As children get older, they start to ask some interesting questions such as how will Santa deliver presents if we have no fireplace or chimney? When my grandson was told that Santa will come into the house through the front door during the night, he...