As I’m sure you’ll are aware, Writing Elite is a platform that is particular about the quality of children’s media we produce and promote. Since our kids have been home more, we are more conscious of the types of media they consume. With so many choices to choose from it can be a job in itself to keep up on the best choices for children are.
That’s where Writing Elite comes in. We’ve tracked down the top children’s media for you and your children to share. Some of them you’ve probably heard of but may have yet to have watched and enjoyed with your children. And we’ve got you covered, here are our top 6 picks for cartoons we think you and your family will enjoy!
Mighty Little Bheem
This Netflix’s first animated series from India and the fourth spin-off of Chhota Bheem series follows an innocent but super-strong toddler, Little Bheem, on his mischievous adventures in a small Indian town.
Produced by Green Gold Animations for Netflix, This wonderfully entertaining and diverse cartoon was purposefully left nonverbal to make it more universally appealing. We found it to be pleasantly diverse for young audiences without drowning out what makes it so appealing to children. Little Bheem takes young imaginations on
Another great nonverbal cartoon popular in our home and many others is Booba. At first, it was rather annoying, and occasionally it still is; but who can deny the laughter this silly little hobgoblin brings as his (age-appropriate) destructive curiosity will entertain your young children while sparking their creativity and imagination.
The Boss Baby
This cartoon is a definite must-watch if your children haven’t already become hooked on it. The mood of the series has is the same as with the movie, along with some added characters in season 2.
Look what else we were able to find, we had no idea; there was a book prior to the movie!
The Amazing World of Gumball
For those of you parents who remember The Ren and Stimpy Show, then this next cartoon will have a familiar comedic vibe to it. Jordyn is an absolute fan of this cartoon, and after viewing a couple of episodes myself I can see why. It’s take on comedy is mild enough for the youngest viewers but not too silly for parents to find humorous as well.
Baby Bus is another favorite in our home, these cartoon shorts along with entertaining your child also touch on various teachable topics; such as personal health and hygiene, manners, and how to behave during an emergency.
Where would our list be without mentioning Goo Goo Colors, and ZZ Kids TV? This popular Youtube children’s channel will take your young one on numerous adventures with Goo Goo Gaga, ZZ-Kid, and GaGa Baby and their parents exploring numbers letters, and colors and so much more!