I will not dissemble, cartoons my daughter loves and looks almost every day. This usually happens after a walk, when the child has run up and wants to rest. I use these times for a quick dinner, and my daughter enjoys her favorite characters.
Of course, with age, new ones appear in the list of favorite cartoons. But this does not mean that the old are forgotten forever. So, sometimes the daughter with pleasure reconsiders Luntik and even Masha with Misha.
This animated series is one of the most beloved for two years already. In this connection, we have a lot of Winx dolls. And if at first I thought that since there are seven heroines, then there will be as many dolls, then everything turned out to be completely different – dolls are produced in different outfits, with different accessories, only manage to buy.
In principle, I don’t see anything bad for a five-year-old child in this cartoon – seven fairy girls, each of whom has a certain talent, periodically save the world from bad wizards. Somewhere I even read about the analogy of these fairies and goddesses from ancient mythology, each of which was responsible for a certain direction.
According to the sympathies of the child, it is often easy to determine his inclinations. In addition, in the illustration not without attention remain such qualities as accuracy, appearance, relationships with friends, etc.
Jake and the pirates of Netland
Despite the fact that pirates like boys more, the daughter loves this animated series. Beautiful Disney graphics and exciting adventures of the mischievous boy Jake even leave me indifferent.
The craze for these cartoons began among the children of my girlfriends when they were three years old. Then I was also worried that my daughter was not at all interested in such an instructive cartoon.
Now it seems to me that at the age of three most of what was told to children cannot be understood, but at the age of five or six years, that is all. Often I myself watch this series with interest and find out for myself something new about the things that surround us in everyday life.
You can rarely meet a girl who doesn’t like cartoons about Disney’s film studio princesses. And this is not only Cinderella with Snow White, there are also wonderful film versions based on the Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel, Frog Princess, Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid.
Of the new daughters, I like the cartoon about Princess Sophia, who understands the language of animals. By the way, it is both in the full-length and multi-part versions.
A completely normal and neutral animated series about relationships between children in one family – ways to resolve conflict situations, different areas of hobbies, helping each other, the benefits of the educational process, etc.
The only thing that I don’t really like is a speech defect of one character. On the one hand, I don’t want my daughter to copy such a manner of pronunciation, but on the other hand, maybe it’s designed for children with similar problems, so that they don’t complex, who knows?
My daughter has a lot of favorites: Well, wait a minute !, the Snow Queen, Cinderella, the Scarlet Flower, Winnie the Pooh, the Adventures of Cheburashka, Pinocchio, etc.
And if earlier the daughter preferred short episodes from the animated series, now she increasingly asks to include a long full-length cartoon. By the way, sometimes she enjoys watching artistic films based on cartoons: The Little Mermaid, The Adventures of Pinocchio, etc.
I believe that one should not consider one-sided cartoons harmful and spoiling with a posture. On the example of my daughter, I can say that there is still a benefit from them. First, it is the development of speech. Often in cartoons, the daughter hears words that are used very rarely in everyday life, and that is the enrichment of the vocabulary. By repeating phrases after favorite characters, the child develops memory and diction.
Secondly, the daughter loves to dance very much and often independently learns songs with dances performed by their favorite characters. Then he arranges for us concerts with several numbers. Honestly, even I cannot remember so many movements, and she easily reproduces them even without a video.
And, thirdly, when are you still watching cartoons, if not in childhood?
What do your five year olds like to watch?