Did you miss me? I hope your summer vacations were all as exciting as mine! But as you all know, summer’s almost over and that means it’s back to school for all of us. Not to fear, though! We’ve got plenty of fun activities for kids to help get you all back into the school spirit!
First you’re going to want to get ready for school. Have a lot of books this year? Why not make your own backpack to keep them in! Scared of the cafeteria food? Bring your lunch in from home with your very own homemade lunch bag!
Once you get to school, you’ll get to brush up on all of your favorite subjects like reading and math and magic… what’s that? They don’t teach magic at school? Well they do now! Our buddy Ryan Oakes is accepting students for the ATV School of Magic, where he’ll teach you all kinds of cool school-themed magic tricks! Learn a little lunch money magic to have extra money for a snack at recess, or make your extra school supplies disappear with the amazing vanishing paper clip trick!
With all of these cool back to school activities, you’ll be all to eager to get back to class. Check them out for yourself and have a great school year!
Hooray! School is finally out for summer! Just think of all the fun things you can do with your free time now! What’s that? You’re short on ideas? Well never you fear my pups! Sock Puppy is coming to the rescue with a ginormous array of summertime crafts and activities guaranteed to keep you entertained, all thanks to everyone’s favorite website for kids, Activity TV!
What summer is complete without a trip to the beach? Activity TV has lots of ideas to help make your next day trip to your local shore a blast! Ever want to learn how to make a sandcastle? We’ll show all kinds of unique sandcastle designs that will make your sand sculpture stand out above all of the rest, at least until high tides hits… Even better, we can teach you how to do it with your very own homemade sand pail!
These are just some of the great ideas we have for summer crafts for kids. Check them all out for yourself and tell me how you like to spend your summer vacations. Be sure to keep checking back for more new kids activities and games. Have a great summer!
I bet I know what you’re thinking. Not all Spring days are nice enough to go outside, and not all kids can participate in these activities. That’s ok though, because there’s also fun to be had indoors for kids of all ages, thanks to the brand new Activity TV Jr. !
Now you have no excuse for enjoying the springtime, rain or shine! We hope you enjoy all of these fun new springtime activities, and as always, don’t forget to keep checking out ATV for more fun activities for kids every week.
Well I don’t know about you, but talking about all of these fun activities for Easter makes me want to throw on some bunny ears and get started right now. So what are you waiting for? Roll up your sleeves and hop to it!
Have a very happy Easter, everybody, and don’t forget to stay tuned for more fun activities for kids coming your way soon!
Guess what! Your favorite canine puppy pal has been added to the 2009 CableFAX Digital Hot List!!! That’s right, you’re now reading the blog of an award-winning sock puppy! Whoo-hoo! I guess every dog does have his day!!!
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to accept my award in person, but I did appear “live via satellite”. You can see my humble acceptance speech right here…
This calls for a celebration, and leave it to Lisa Bleyeart and Activity TV to have just the thing to help us!
Who’s from far beyond Jupiter and possesses all of the knowledge in the universe? Big Brain, that’s who! He’s just landed on your favorite kids activity site with one question to ask: How Big is Your Brain?
To find out, he’s challenging all of you with his massive library of fun trivia for kids! His kids trivia covers all kinds of subjects, from math and science for kids to world history and your favorite tv shows. I just have one question for you, pups: Are you game???
Once you’re done watching matching wits with Big Brain across the universe, you’re bound to be hungry for something else besides knowledge. So come back down to Earth and join Carrie Shankweiler as she treks across the U.S. finding and making hometown recipes for kids from kids! We’ve got twice baked potatoes in Idaho, hot apple cider in Vermont, and my personal favorite, delicious crab cakes in Maryland!
In case you forgot, Valentine’s Day is coming up fast, and everyone knows that the best gifts for loved ones at this time of year are ones that come from the heart. With that in mind, Activity TV is offering up all kinds of heartfelt, homemade Valentine’s Day gift ideas for kids to make to show their friends and family just how special they are!
Whew! The responses that you guys have been posting are awesome, and I really appreciate the kind words you have written.
Chante from MD wrote that my V is for Valentine Cartoon is a wonderful Valentines Day gift idea. Thanks for bringing that up! A sketch like this is great for making your own greeting card. When you create a card for someone in your family or one of your friends, it says that you must really care about them because you took time to make one rather than buy one at the store.
Speaking of creating your own greeting cards from your cartoon drawings, that is just what Savanna from FL said about the S is for Santa Claus Cartoon. This cartoon all started with the letter S that I turned into Santa. This is called a Doodle Trick. Cartooning with numbers and letters is a blast!!!! The key is to build on what that number or letter presents to you in the way of possibilities. For example, the bottom part of the letter S worked great for Santa’s nose, while the top part worked nicely for his eyebrow. Coming up with different ideas for the same letter is the way to develop your “Cartoonist” eye!!
Don’t forget to check out the other Christmas, Chanukah and Valentines Day drawings like Dizzy Dreidel, Rudolph, Snowman, and lots more!!
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