Thursday, March 26, 2020

Everyone Loves YouTube Sensation, Blippi! Enter this Easter Giveaway for Your Preschoolers!


In these days of social isolation, parents are struggling to entertain the little ones. Books are a great way to amuse them, but what I love about Blippi books is they're designed to keep kids occupied longer! Blippi books are filled with activities, such as matching and mazes; a song that will keep them singing and dancing; coloring with crayons and markers; and searching for hidden objects.

In early 2014, Stevin John decided that the world needed Blippi after struggling to find educational videos for his three-year-old-nephew. So he took it upon himself to create the lovable and energetic character of "Blippi" to fill this void. Clad in orange and blue that jumps off the screen, Blippi's engaging personality and friendly demeanor attracted the attention of kids and parents alike. With over 20 MILLION YouTube subscribers and over 11 BILLION views to date, Blippi is helping to make education fun! Like the lyrics to his theme song say: “So much to learn about, it’ll make you want to shout: Blippi!”

This Spring, StudioFun is debuting four new Blippi books for pre-schoolers:

Blippi: I Like That: Coloring with Crayons - In this coloring and activity book, Blippi tells kids some of the things he likes (like his hat!) and encourages them to color, draw, and doodle things they like, too. Plus, there are lots of connect-the-dots, mazes, matching, and more, all designed to get preschoolers thinking about things they like and to also express their creativity while practicing their developing fine motor skills.

Blippi: Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes - Everyone knows and loves the beloved preschool classic song “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes,” including Blippi! As he energetically acts out the song on the pages of this board book, Blippi prompts readers to press the sound button to play the tune and encourages everyone to get up and move!

Blippi: So Much to See! - This 128-page coloring and painting book presents an amazing array of animals, a variety of vrooming vehicles, and some basic early learning concepts, too! There are nearly 100 images for kids to color or paint using the crayons and paints provided … including lots of poses of Blippi.

Blippi: Let's Look and Find! - Blippi prompts preschoolers to find twelve different objects in each illustrated scene in this durable board book. Can they find the blue-and-orange bird in the park? The teddy bear at a birthday party? The seashell at the beach? With gatefolds that open to reveal a new scene on each spread, Blippi: Lets Look and Find will keep preschoolers busy for hours as they happily hone their observation skills.

And to entertain your little ones further, be sure to visit Blippi's Youtube channel where you'll find plenty of fun and educational videos that they're sure to LOVE!

* Blippi Books Website
* Blippi Youtube Channel
* StudioFun IG: @studiofunbooks
* Blippi IG: @blippi
* StudioFun FB: @StudioFunIntl
* Blippi FB: @Blippi
* Blippi Twitter: @BlippiOfficial
#Blippi


GIVEAWAY

Thanks to StudioFun, one lucky winner on this blog will receive a candy-less Blippi Easter Basket, which includes all four books described above, a woven Easter basket, grass, plastic eggs and a very fun pair of Blippi’s signature orange glasses (prize shown above)! This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM ET on Sunday, April 12, 2020. Enter through the Giveaway Tools below.


61 comments:

  1. We have been doing lots of easter egg hunts! My son is OBSESSED with Blippi, fingers crossed!!!

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  2. Arts and crafts and coloring are my tips for keeping little ones busy

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  3. Nancy9:10 AM

    My tip: Be sure to have books of all kinds available. This is a great time for reading together. Everyone loves read aloud time.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. I've been having my daughter help me get the garden ready. We play basketball and she blows bubbles.

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  5. Reading and watching Blippi

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  6. Pat L.6:20 PM

    these books would be great for my grandchildren who are mostly indoors these days!

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  7. Reading and doing projects together!

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  8. Pinterest has helped a bunch! Lots of indoor play ideas and activities. We have been doing reading and learning math too!

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  9. Lots of books and crafts!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  10. We like to do art projects!

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  11. We have been having a lot of family game days, playing board games together.

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  12. We play Go Fish. Over and over.

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  13. I try to keep a structure and lots of fun games and backyard time.

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  14. We read lots of books.

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  15. we have a bouncy house set up outside and plenty of walks and video games!

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  16. We've been doing a lot of cooking, playdoh and playing outside

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  17. My grand daughter loves music videos and loves to dance along to the songs.

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  18. going on a bear hunt

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  19. We are doing a lot of drawing and painting.

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  20. The internet is amazing for getting activities to keep the little ones busy. We have been doing a lot of science experiments and educational games.

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  21. Honestly, I'm out of ideas for entertaining my kids! We've colored, baked, cleaned, painted, and played with lots of Play-Doh. Our neighborhood did a "bear hunt". Everyone who wanted to participate put a teddy bear in their window and the kids went around the neighborhood seeing how many bears they could find.

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  22. Kids love playing games, and playing make believe. They are the easiest to entertain during these isolation times. :)

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  23. Blippi, actually!!!! They love him!!

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  24. scavenger hunts in the house, crafts, reading, playing games

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  25. lots uf family dames , arts and crafts and educational and family friendly T.V.

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  26. Patricia T9:39 PM

    Crafting is fun! Spending time together doing puzzles, games, etc.

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  27. Lots of arts and crafts, Practicing letters

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  28. We are lucky to have a backyard to play in with a trampoline and enough space to ride bikes and play in the sandbox. We also do a lot of crafts, science experiments and gardening. We also are starting to do some homeschooling, and have "special events" like movie night, baking offs and create plays and shows for our pets. Mostly, we are doing anything and everything no matter how goofy.

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  29. We did a scavenger hunt and finger painting

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  30. Weve been doing scavenger hunts

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  31. We have been doing puzzles, coloring, playing board games, reading, crafts, watching movies, and baking goodies

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  32. Lots of outdoor activities like sidewalk chalk, making forts in the backyard, biking etc. Board games inside

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  33. We are doing family cleaning Time before we take them outside

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  34. Cooking, baking, games, movies, coloring, etc. Same stuff as always.

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  35. ABC Mouse! I try to keep my daughter off of screens however with the times I am making exceptions. ABC mouse is free right now and I feel my daughter is learning so much. We're also cooking together and I am making her read the recipes (she's 7) so learning and bonding!

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  36. Painting easter eggs

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  37. My kiddos have really enjoyed painting. We picked up some cheap 8" x 8" canvases and let the kiddos go to town. Then we put them up on the wall so they can see their artwork being proudly displayed.

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  38. Mary West3:55 PM

    We have been playing lots of board games, watching movies, crafts, and going outside to play.

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  39. Keep it simple and fun. Music, artwork, cooking

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  40. I am dying to see who wins, this is the best giveaway!

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  41. Outside time is essential!

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  42. cyndi br12:50 PM

    arts and crafts keep them busy coloring seems to be a favorite.

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  43. I have been printing coloring pages and letting them play just dance since it has been raining so much lately.

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  44. Lots of craft projects and cooking lessons, but nothing has changed really in regards to entertainment for the Little.

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  45. We have been playing games together.
    Stephanie Larison

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  46. We do a lot of kids workout videos to keep their bodies moving like Cosmic Kids Yoga and Eat the Frog.

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  47. stephanie baker12:08 PM

    (If my previous comment was here, leave that!)
    My girls love reading so we've been doing a lot of reading. My husband also happens to be the Art teacher, so he's done a lot of fun projects with them. Thanks to technology, there have also been lots of video calls to friends & family.

    When all else fails, screen time has been a lifesaver. Usually we're pretty strict, but tough times & all. Blippi FTW!

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  48. Anonymous3:33 PM

    HAVE THEM HELP YOU WITH YOUR CHORES.....WASHING DISHES...YOU WILL PROBABLY LOSE A DISH OR TWO...BUT SIMPLE LITTLE THINGS THAT THEY CAN DO AND THEY WILL LIKE DOING CERTAIN THINGS...YOU JUST HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHAT THEY LIKE DOING.

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  49. We are enjoying chalk art - and the neighbors like it too! We have been creating a new drawing each day - along with inspiring words for all of us. We also enjoy walking/riding scooters, bikes and skates around the neighborhood for the many "bear hunts" in the neighborhood - not just teddy bears, but rainbows, letters and such - our neighborhood is great!

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  50. Keep them busy with puzzles, books, and crafts. It is always nice to play pretend and get creative with them.

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  51. We play family games. -DanV

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  52. We are watching way to much TV. We also face time family and friends. Baking a lot of pastries, cookies and cakes.

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  53. My grannddaughter loves to color so I would stock up on coloring books and crayons. Today is a sad Easter because we have not seen her for 4 weeks and she lives 15 minutes away..No family dinner..Just very sad.

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  54. We have been doing tons of crafts, window painting, math projects, a lot of reading and writing, we also loveeeee jigsaw puzzles!

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  55. My tip is to get them interested in something that never ends as far as learning and enjoying it. An example would be learning how to play a musical instrument rather than playing a video game that ends in 30 minutes.

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  56. Dancing and coloring

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  57. Staying busy is getting a little easier with the warmer weather. We love to go in our yard and dig in the dirt.

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