Not every family has the opportunity to travel the globe with a three year old and a baby in tow, but now we can live vicariously through the Goodwins. Follow their lives and adventures as they cover continents while being filmed for a future movie. In the meantime, we can get a glimpse into the culture of their own family with this trailer. While raising a family we can all apply Aamion Goodwin’s words “To have to wait for something is what we all need. Slow yourself down and you’ll see so much more.”
To learn more about the Goodwins and to see the trailer, visit http://thegoodwinproject.com/index.php/teaser.
We live in a digital world where mobile technology is a must have for a busy family. Whether you’re using an iPad or iPhone, uTales lets you download and view children’s books in a fun and innovative way. To learn more about uTales or to download their iPad or iPhone app, visit www.uTales.com.
“Guess why I smile alot?….Why? Uh, cause its worth it.” The cutest talking shell “Marcel the shell with shoes on” is back for part two. It’s sure to put a smile on you and your little one’s face! And if you haven’t seen the first one watch here…
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have Betty White read a story to you and your child? Probably not, but now you can experience just that, thanks to this amazing website storylineonline.net. Storyline is an on-line streaming video program that features Screen Actors Guild members reading classic children’s books aloud. We loved listening to James Earl Jones read us a very moving book called “To Be A Drum” and Ernest Borgnine’s big smile as he read us “The Rainbow Fish”. Amazing!
Visit Storyline here!
For decades around the globe, we have all loved Elmo. Now we can look forward to learning about Kevin Clash, the puppeteer behind this lovable character. He always dreamed of working with Sesame Street and when he found Elmo’s voice, Kevin says, ”Then I got it, I knew that Elmo should represent love.”
Below is the trailer to the award winning documentary “Being Elmo”. In theaters Oct. 21.
We are intrigued by the Twist Together Lamp, a new lighting platform that encourages you to make your own lamp. The radiant light adds a warm and modern ambiance to any room and kids love them because they look like Legos! Additionally, the LEDs provide a safe, long-lasting, and low voltage light source that consume less power than a night light!
Take a glimpse at this video to marvel at this invention!
Are you looking for a fabulous after school program for your daughter that encourages character development by educating and preparing her for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living? At Bumbleride, we encourage families and young people to live healthy and active lifestyles. Girls on the Run inspires girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. The whole family can get involved by volunteering, participating, coaching, or becoming a running buddy. We hope you enjoy this video! Click here to learn more about Girls on the Run. Also, check out their website to learn more or find a chapter near you.
Peach Tree Pottery, a pottery shop open everyday in Los Angeles, opened in 1999 as a place for people to come learn how to throw pots and for artists to show their work. Classes are provided for adults and children and even 3 year-olds are encouraged to start with private lessons to get an experience on the wheel. At Bumbleride, we believe in unleashing your creativity, and can’t think of a more fun, relaxing, and friendly place to learn pottery than Peach Tree Pottery. Take a peek below at a video that gives you more details on Peach Tree.
If you do not live in the LA area, but want to find information and inspiration in a city closer to you about Pottery and Ceramics, check out Ceramic Arts Daily.
We were intrigued by “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore,” a wonderfully innovative and successful iPad application for children that sparks their curiosity, and lets them play, without just jabbing buttons. John Pavlus of FastCompany.com, a writer and filmmaker, reviewed the app as “a well-written bedtime story and an immersive animated movie at once — without being ‘too much’ of either.” You can buy the app in the itunes App Store for $4.99