It’s funny how times change – I remember watching CBBC after school – we knew the times the programmes were on, and there was only one channel to watch. Now our children have a limitless amount of things to watch via various sources – multiple TV channels, Netflix, You Tube to name just a few.
My girls are really into YouTube at the moment. They watch those opening blind bag videos a lot but they also watch regular programmes such as Heroes of the City.
If you aren’t familiar with the Heroes of the City YouTube channel you can find it here.
Heroes of the City are an animated TV-series for preschool children about rescue vehicles in a small town where everybody gets to be a hero! The TV-series contains a lot of warmth and teaches the importance of friendship and what we can achieve by helping each other.
On the city’s heroes Youtube Channel you will find 6 hours of entertainment for the younger children. The videos are high quality and are suitable for children 2-6 years. The YouTube channel is available in 18 different languages.
I particularly love this parent and child craft video…
Heroes and the City and Cookies and Cwtches have teamed up to offer your little one a chance to win a free goody pack including a Heroes of the City T shirt, DVD, and a little die-cast car. Simply enter below for your chance to win.