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Be careful with fairy tales!
Needless to say, why a cat running behind a small mouse is inappropriate entertainment. Just remember the mass of falls, bumps, real chilling actions to say firmly "no". You can also be seriously surprised how many strange scenes are presented in Winnie the Pooh. The Tigger can torment himself, Teddy bear hit the Piglet in the Beehive, Rabbit scream at the Donkey, and in the middle of the fairy tale unexpectedly a creature may appear, whose child will be scared.
How to avoid such traps? Choose carefully ...
The Mickey Mouse Club
Disney production, which has the advantage that each episode has similar elements, thanks to which the toddler feels safe watching new stories. Each episode is interrupted by dances and interesting songs, and the cartoon characters' motivating comments to join in the fun make many children stand up, dance and play together with Mickey Mouse's friend.
The basic pros are: non-violence, educational aspect (learning words, shapes, colors, etc.). The possibility of having fun together, not just static sitting in front of a computer screen or TV screen. In addition, the plot is sometimes funny, and the fairy tale itself is very colorful, which pleases the youngest.
Maya the Bee
Not as colorful as American production, but equally charming. With the immortal song "Is somewhere, but it is not known where ..." attracts small viewers for generations ... of course, if we give the toddler a chance to get to know the adventures of the little bee and her friends.
Basic advantages: it's the silhouette of the bee itself, friendly, good for other meadow inhabitants, optimistic adventures and lack of aggression and violence, which is simply a positive message.
Czech production. Already considered cult. One where you can't miss the view. Interesting stories combined with interesting animation have not only entertainment, but also educational value.
The little hero behaving as he should, inculcating children in correct behavior. Plus for promoting good practices and for watching the mole's adventures with the whole family.
Reksio, a classic of Polish animation, is another fairy tale that teaches children good values. It allows you to create appropriate patterns. Interesting stories and subtle humor mean that the fairy tale can be turned on without fear. We don't have to worry about seeing something on the screen that we don't want the toddler to watch.
What about the parents? They can return to their childhood and relive a dozen or so minutes with
a lovely dog, sensitive to the fate of everyone around.
And you, what fairy tales you turn on for your children? Do you watch them together?