Who doesn’t enjoy laughing and being entranced in a colorful whimsical world while watching children shows? We recently learned about Toopy and Binoo. Haven’t heard of it either? Don’t worry you’re not alone. Toopy and Binoo is a animated Canadian show for preschoolers, ages 2-6. Toopy and Binoo™ is an animated series that follows the adventures of Toopy, a tall, funny and friendly mouse, and his best friend Binoo, a tiny, clever and lovable white cat. The two friends explore their world with eyes wide open and imagination. Binoo maybe a small cat but he’s the logical and perceptive of the two; while Toopy, a large mouse has an amazing imagination and spontaneous behavior sends them on many adventures.
Toopy and Binoo
Binoo doesn’t talk through the show, he uses his gestures and actions to convey his point to his audience. I noticed that Ash would narrate what Binoo was doing to me with such enjoyment. Toopy’s the talkative one who chats throughout their adventures. The silly duo reinforces positive values such as friendship, good manners, creative thinking, and humor. They tackle daily skills and encourages children to use their imaginations.
Check out the adventurous duo with your little ones. They are now available for the first time ever to US audiences exclusively on the Toopy and Binoo TV YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/toopyandbinootv. The channel features more than 100 full, five-minute episodes, each with laughs and stories the whole family will enjoy. Absolutely perfect to subscribe to and be able to pull up when you’re out with the kids.
Connect: Join Toopy and Binoo for a fun Twitter Party on Thursday, February 20th at 1:00PM hosted by @ResourcefulMom to learn more about the show and win wonderful prizes! Follow #ToopyandBinoo to participate.
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