Julius Jr Makes Spring Fun #SabanBrands


We are getting closer and closer to spring here in the south. This has been the coldest, most miserable winter in the 8 years that we have lived here. And I am ready for the sun! The last two days have been incredible, in the 70’s and just perfect. Now the rain is here and tomorrow it is supposed to get cold again. Maybe spring will stick around one of these days.

Julius Jr. is an animated series based on the Paul Frank family of characters that have been shrunk down to preschool size. You and your child will love the quirky characters who are the show’s stars. Join Julius Jr., Worry Bear, Clancy, Sheree, and Ping as they help teach your pre-schooler. Julius Jr helps children to:

• To develop their own individuality and sense of self; helping them to identify their place in the world.
• Learn how to share and play with prospective new friends
• Expand imagination with an emphasis on inventiveness.


The Center for Childhood Creativity (CCC), a recognized leader
in early childhood development and creative play has created customized activities with Julius Jr. key themes of playful adventure, active play,
imagination and invention. You can download the Julius Jr. activity sheets and get out and play with your child.

You and your children can also download all of the fun songs by the Julius Jr. Garage Band available on iTunes on April 15th! Julius Jr air weekdays at 5PM and Sunday at 10AM on Nick Jr.

Disclaimer: I am part of a the Saban Brand-Bassador program, and I received promotional items to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.

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Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world!
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  1. What a fun show for the kids to watch. I think they did a great job making Julius Jr. still reflect the iconic Julius monkey, but in a cute kid-friendly way that appeals to little ones!
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  2. I’m sure we’ll probably catch this on Sundays. My kids like to watch Nick every morning.
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  3. This looks cute. I’m sure my little guy will enjoy it.
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  4. This looks like a neat show! I bet my two year old would love it – we’ll have to check it out!
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