Have you ever had a look at what your
children are watching as kids cartoons? Get the real deal behind all
these cartoons they are watching.
As a parent, one would like to be on top of
things regarding the kind of kids cartoons that your smaller children are
Finding and identifying the best kids cartoons can
be hard on your time, because one never finds the right information
about kids cartoons to make sure it's safe for your children to watch.
Some kids cartoons are a bit misleading, for example, Tom & Jerry. This
cat and mouse game becomes a bit violent sometimes, and small children do
think it's real.
Luckily the internet can provide loads of information on the right
kids cartoons that is suitable for your younger children. Information which is accurate and correct
about kids cartoons.
Here are some of the best Kids Cartoons, some currently showing on TV.
Lifeboat Luke is
kids cartoons television series set in the magical town of
Donaghadoo. This kids cartoons is directed by Alastair
McIlwain and produced by Richard Morss and Darryl Collins.
This kids cartoons is about a lifeboat named Luke who is a
search and rescue boat.
Everyday he goes
out on adventures to save people in different predicaments.
The series was created for 4-7 year olds and is fast, fun,
full of visual jokes and eccentric characters with a strong
sea-safety message for children running through the
Guess with Jess
is a cartoon series about the adventures of Jess, the beloved cat of Postman
Pat, and all her animal friends.
Her adventures are
speechless but still a lot of the toddlers enjoy, and even
understands, Jess's adventures with her friends.
Finley the Fire Engine is a children series for television. It was
produced by Balley Beg animation studios in Douglas, Isle of
Man. It is about a friendly fire engine called Finley and
his talking vehicle friends. Together they have a lot of
adventures in a fictional town called Friendlyville.
episode has a theme, for example, one of the episodes theme
was "wearing spectacles is no reason to be embarrassed".
Finley the Fire Engine is a kids cartoons that teaches children about everyday
stuff, in a fun manner with vehicles that can talk.
characters include: Finley (fire engine),
(dump truck), Captain Parker,
(an older senior fire
engine), DJ (front
loader excavator which is described on site as a bulldozer),
Jesse (tow truck), Isabelle
(ice-cream van), Abigail
(mail truck), Gorby (garbage truck), Scooty (school bus),
and Scout the Dalmatian
Some characters, which are not vehicles, include: Suds
(car wash), Mr. Bell (the fire
station bell), Lyle, and
Lois (fuel pumps) and
Polly (firemen’s pole)
Noddy is a
character created by British children’s author, Enid Blyton,
whereupon it was created as a great kids cartoons.
He is a little wooden man who lives in his own little
House-for-One in Toyland. The first book explains Noddy's
origins. He was carved by a woodsman, but ran away after the
woodsman began to make a wooden lion, which Noddy was scared
of. As he wanders through the woods, with no clothes, money
or home, he meets Big Ears, a friendly Gnome.
decides that Noddy is a toy and takes him to live in
Toyland. He generously provides Noddy with a set of clothing
and buys a DIY house for him. While Noddy is quite happy to
be a toy, the citizens of Toyland are not sure that he is
actually one. They put Noddy on trial and examine whether he
is a toy or an ornament. Eventually, Noddy is declared a
toy, but still has to convince the court that he is a good
toy. The judge accepts that Noddy is good after a doll tells
the court that he saved her little girl from a lion, where
after he is allowed to stay in Toyland. Noddy gets his car
within a few books. It is given to him after he helps solve
a local mystery.
driving his friends around Toytown in his little red and
yellow taxi. The other toys can hear him coming by the
distinctive "Parp, Parp" sound of his taxi's horn and the
jingle of the bell on his blue hat. Often he uses his car to
visit all of the places in Toytown. When his taxi business
is not doing so well, or when he needs help, he turns to Big
Ears. Big Ears will often lend him what he needs. On
occasion, Noddy will allow people to make his head nod, in
exchange for small items, like his morning milk.
constant companion and household pet is the excited 'Bumpy
Dog'. Bumpy accompanies Noddy on almost all his adventures.
Noddy is kind and honest, but he often gets in trouble,
either through his own misunderstandings, or because someone
(usually the naughty goblins Sly and Gobbo) has played a
trick on him. He is very childlike in his understanding of
the world and often becomes confused as a result. As the
series continues, Noddy becomes wiser but without losing his
charm and lovable naivety.
friends are Big Ears, Tessie Bear and the Tubby Bears.
Tessie is a gentle hearted, gold bear who often wears a
bonnet with flowers and a skirt. She is very kind and very
loving towards all of her friends and neighbors. The Tubby
Bears live next door to Noddy. They are gold and chubby
teddy bears. Mr. and Mrs. Tubby Bear frequently help Noddy.
Their first names are never mentioned and Noddy always
refers to them as Mr. and Mrs. They have one son, also named
Tubby. Tubby is naughty and is usually in trouble, for
breaking rules, being rude, or doing something wrong.
often attempts to scold or punish Tubby, with little result.
On one occasion, Tubby gets tired of always being bossed
around and being punished and decides to run away to sea.
Noddy and Bumpy Dog joins him on his adventure. By the end
of the journey, Tubby misses his parents and brings them
back presents from his trip, as an apology.
many run-ins with Mr. Plod, the local policeman. Some are
caused by Noddy's lack of understanding of how Toyland
works. Other times it is because a case of mistaken
identity. While Mr. Plod is generally long-suffering towards
Noddy, Noddy likes Mr. Plod and frequently goes out of his
way to help him. Mr. Plod often catches the mischief makers
on his police bicycle, by blowing his whistle and shouting
"Halt, in the name of Plod!!" before locking the culprits up
in his jail.