Van Dogh – Monkey Umbrella – Cartoon for toddlers, play with paints

Cartoon videos show for children, puzzles and visual riddles to play with toodlers and kindergarten. Van Dogh is painting a frog when his friends come, and the children paint a more complicated picture with other animal with an umbrella. Do you know what is it? Synopsis: Won, Pan and Kit, ride their tricycles through colorful, Spring-like paths, knowing they’ll find Van Dogh on their way. He shows them the magic in his brushstrokes, where shining stars mix his drawings and transform them into puzzles. Every day, the imagination of Yon, Pat and Kit, shall have to face the challenge of solving such these visual and colourful enigmas, while with his funny suggestions, Van Dogh fills their meetings with lots of laughter. Cartoon series that helps the development and stimulation of imagination and creativity of children through entertainment. Videos of games for children © Motion Pictures, SA Production – www.motionpic.com Format 104×4′ – 3D HDTV Target: Preschool Now in www.motionkids-tv,com you can find all episodes of Van Dogh cartoons. There are also other cartoon series for kids in spanish and english, activities and games for childrens, coloring pages and a lot of fun! More Van Dogh cartoon videos: www.youtube.com Subscribe to Channel: www.youtube.com Other cartoon videos: www.youtube.com Motion Pictures in social networks: Twitter – twitter.com Facebook – www.facebook.com Pinterest – pinterest.com
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The painter Giovanni Casadei paints landscapes in the summer and still lifes in the winter. His current exhibition at Gross McCleaf Gallery in Philadelphia features both types. He talks about the differences between these two experiences of art.