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Cartoons to develop your toddler’s cognitive abilities!


Cartoons to develop your toddler’s cognitive abilities!


For years, scientists and parents alike have talked about the benefits of exposing babies to different languages: These experiences has been shown to improve cognitive abilities, especially problem-solving among babies, and the best way to do that is CARTOONS!

So are you looking to add a little variety and magic to your children’s Saturday morning cartoons?

Look no further than Korean cartoons!

These super fun shows feature cute animals, vibrant animations and whimsical stories. But they’re not just entertaining—they’re also packed with essential Korean vocabulary, expressions and conversations that’ll do wonders for your kids in terms of learning a new culture and language! While adding more shows to the content library! Here are our picks!

Pororo – The Little Penguin

If you don’t know about “Pororo the Little Penguin,” you’re in for a treat. Developed by Iconix Entertainment, the company behind “Tayo the Little Bus,” and other hit series, it follows the adventures of Pororo, an adorable penguin and his group of friends who live in the snowy village of Porong Porong Forest.

Together, they work to overcome challenges and learn practical and moral lessons in each episode. The episodes are rich in insights about Korean characters and culture.

This great YouTube channel has some adorable episodes featuring the cutest characters to get your children started on this awesome cartoon!

Tayo – The Little Bus

In a big city where various vehicles are happily living together, our little bus Tayo has just started learning his route in the big city! We follow the journey of Tayo, as he learns the way of life of the city with his friends, Rogi, Lani and Gani to become great mature buses. Here’s a short introduction to our friendly busses!

TAYO is playful and mischievous, he enjoys playing with his best friend ROGI!

ROGI is very mischievous, sometimes a little mean, but he has a good heart especially towards TAYO!

GANI is the oldest. He’s the most mature, brave and sometimes shy!

LANI gets angry easily. But she is usually kind towards everyone!

Ready to get started on some TAYO action? Visit their official Youtube Channel now!

So, are you ready to expand your cartoons library? We bet you are! We can’t wait for you to start watching these iconic Korean animations, enjoy!

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