Christmas with the CanDos!!! For a fun holiday adventure join the CanDo
kids as they prepare for the holiday season!!!
This is a fun Preschool Entertainment Christmas Video. Celebrate Christmas
with the CanDos.
The CanDos provide free learning videos for PreK-2nd graders. Teach your
children to count and learn the alphabet the CanDo way. Songs and Music by the
Kids can sing, chant and learn along with our colorful catchy videos that teach
the Numbers, ABC's, and Nursery Rhymes.
Preschool Music Video, "Happy Thanksgiving From the CanDos!!!"
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, The CanDos are
celebrating with Old Tom Turkey.On this
day of giving thanks we just wanted to let all of you know, just how thankful
we are for you!So we created a new
video to show our appreciation! Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Hope you all have a great day and maybe this year we can all
skip the turkey... or maybe just Tom!!!
Preschool Education D is for Dinosaur, the letter D, this is the first
installment of our “I CanDo my Alphabet” series.This series is so much fun and I am looking
forward to exploring the possibilities with the all of the letters and trying
to come up with fresh and original ideas to keep all of you CanDos coming back
for more.Learning should be fun and we
can help teach kids their letters and alphabet phonics, while engaging them
with music and colorful characters.
Cody loves the letter D! Find out what makes this letter so
special to him.Join us in celebrating
all things D with our first episode of “I CanDo my Alphabet” and have a
Deliciously Dandy Day!!!
Growing Up on a Diet of Disney and the Dr. on Sesame Street
Growing up on a diet of Disney, Dr. Seuss, and Sesame Street, I
never truly understood how lucky I was, until of course I had my own kids.I couldn’t wait to share the lyrics of my
favorite Dr. Seuss books or the timeless talent of Jim Henson and Frank Oz
teaching kids about the Letter J on Sesame Street, and of course one of my all
time favorite Disney movies, The Jungle Book!
My collection of Disney DVD’s have their own closet, I can
recite most Dr. Seuss books by heart and I can sing along with probably 90% of
any Sesame Street
song dated pre 2005.I think that
I am probably not alone in my complete and total adoration and gratitude to
these great creators who have inspired generations and kept our toddlers
One of the things these great story tellers had in common
was that they could take you on an incredible journey with fantastical
characters that were still some how relatable.The music was classic and the backdrop of the stories was always vibrant
and inviting. I was so excited to share these adventures with my children and
relive it all as an adult.
Now my son is 14, my daughter will be graduating from High
School in June and I have two girls in college.We still all have movie night from time to time but the Disney nights
are fewer and farther between.I only
read Dr. Seuss at High School Graduations and I never really see too much of
Elmo these days.
I have been busy building a business the past 6 years, of course
with children.The Connection Performing
ArtsCenter.It has kept me pretty busy and we started to experience some pretty
incredible opportunities and success.T.V. shows, movies, concerts and corporate jobs for the kids we were
training.I love what we have done and
accomplished and that fact that it has lead me to discover a new passion and
interest, The CanDos!!!
The CanDos were created to share my belief system with the
children of the world.A belief that you
Can Do whatever you put your mind to.It
started as a simple concept to empower children and teach them to respect and
accept each other.It has grown into an
amazing vehicle to educate and entertain preschoolers around the globe.
I am blessed to have my sister in law and one of my best
friends as my partner in this venture.She has supported my craziness and encouraged me to share it with all of
you. She has been by my side while we learned that puppets are not as easy as
they look but definitely more fun than they look.Tears of laughter over falling props and
crazy shots have made this journey one to remember.
So thank you Dr. Seuss, thank you Walt Disney and thank you Sesame Street for
years of entertainment, memories with my children and inspiring me to create
Toddlers love the world of colors. Here are some coloring activities for toddlers that will help them improve their color sense. We have created printable toddler activities to help your child learn and have fun at the same time. You can simply print out the coloring activitie pages and have your child to color the printed page.
Below are some other toddler coloring activities :
Draw any known object on a piece of paper and ask your children to color the object with the actual color. Like if you draw apple, ask your child to color it with red. Make him learn that apple is red and let him recognize the color red.
Spread colored shaving cream on a piece of paper. And let them go.
During winters or at the time of snow falling, Mix up some food color and water put it into spray bottles. Now let the snow be their canvas.
I am a CanDo, I love to sing and dance and learn my abc's and 123's. My best friend is a purple monster named Cooky and my big brother Cody. I love make believe and writing stories. Someday when I grow up I want to be the first woman president and a hair stylist on the side. Just think of all the money I could save congress by doing their hair!! ; )
The CanDo Puppet Company was created out of a desire to educate, entertain, teach our children that they can do what ever they put their minds to.
Candy likes reading and telling stories and singing! Her monster Cookie likes jellybeans and bed time tales! Cody likes baseball and rap music! His monster Clarence loves licorice sticks and being a CanDo!