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New Animated Series on Nick Jr. – Juluis Jr. #JuliusJr

 

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Premiering today at 11:00 AM (ET/PT) is a new animated series on Nick Jr. called Julius Jr. It’s geared towards children ages 2-4, but other ages will enjoy it too.

Julius Jr. is an all new animated series based on the Paul Frank family of characters. Some readers might be familiar with Paul Frank’s Julius character. He’s a loveable monkey that appears on apparel, home décor, books, stickers and more. Julius Jr. is a younger version of Julius.

Julius Jr. is a funky monkey with a penchant for invention. Together with his best pals, Worry Bear, Sheree, Clancy and Ping — they build a playhouse out of a simple cardboard box. But when they step inside, to their surprise and delight, they discover a magical playroom where ordinary objects come to life and fantastic adventures are just a door away!

Julius Jr. is written in a way that children will understand when it comes to imaginative play. Julius Jr. and his friends can turn a plain old cardboard box into a magical playhouse where many adventures await them.

I’m pretty sure most parents and grandparents know first had how a child’s imagination works. For example, my kids used to love empty boxes. My husband used to joke that we should skip presents and just give the kids a bunch of empty boxes. It was amazing to see how our children turned those boxes into a club house, fire truck, doll house and more. To most people it’s just a box – to a child it can be anything their hearts desire.

One of the best “toys” I had when I was little was the box that our fridge came in. :-)

Julius Jr Premiere

I enjoy the characters. They are adorable and very likeable.

I have seen other children’s shows over the years. Some of them are wonderful – others are just “painful” to watch. If you are a parent I’m sure you can relate. There are some children’s shows that are annoying to watch when you are a grown up (I won’t mention any shows specifically – but I have a list. LOL). This is NOT one of those shows. I actually enjoyed it. I thought it was adorable.

The show is done in soft colors which I enjoyed too. I think it would be very appealing to young children.

I like how the show weaves a bit of learning into each episode. It’s not just entertainment but also a learning experience too. Not so much ABC’s or 123 but more so sharing, cooperative play and imagination.

Julius Jr. is brought to you by Sabran Brands.

Formed in 2010 as an affiliate of Saban Capital Group, Saban Brands (SB) was established to acquire and develop a world-class portfolio of properties and capitalize on the company’s experience, track record and capabilities in growing and monetizing consumer brands through content, media and marketing.  SB applies a strategic transmedia management approach to enhancing and extending its brands in markets worldwide and to consumers of all ages.  The company provides full-service management, marketing, promotion and strategic business development for its intellectual properties including comprehensive strategies unique to each brand, trademark and copyright management and enforcement, creative design, retail development, direct-to-consumer initiatives and specialized property extensions.  SB is led by a superior management team with decades of experience in media, content creation, branding, licensing, marketing and finance. For more information, visit www.SabanBrands.com.

If you would like to learn more about the adorable little monkey, Julius Jr., and his sweet friends visit www.NickJr.com/Julius-Jr. There you can also find music videos, coloring sheets, activities and other FREE downloads.

You can also check out the official Julius Jr. Facebook page and the official Twitter page.

Will you be watching Julius Jr.?

Julius Jr and Friends

Kimberly

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Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family, five cats, dog, a tank full of fish and snails. She is also a freelance writer and photographer.

Comments

  1. Eileen Richter says:

    Aww…that is so cute they did a backtrack on Paul Franks adorable monkey NOW as a cute lil’ one. My daughter just outgrow her Paul Frank deal not that long ago.
    We have 2 grandkids here most of the week, and two other little ones here part time that my daughter does day care for. I can see this becoming a favorite….for MOM and GRANDMA. sharing, cooperation? SO needed at the ages of 2-4. All 4 kids are actually 1.6 to almost 2 right now.

    You have NO idea after raising kids and now having day care in the house how CrAzY that big purple dinosaur, those big eared mice, and that crazy Red muppet makes me. Time for some variety!

  2. I recorded this for my son and he loved it. He actually watched it 3 times.