I think cartoons are a part of each child’s childhood. In recent years, a lot of new cartoons have appeared, but they have not supplanted the Soviet ones.
Since the Soviet Union existed from 1922 to 1991, all cartoons made at that time can be called Soviet.
In my opinion, cartoons, like fairy tales, are designed not only for children. They are out of age. There are many instructive.
If children born in the 21st century enjoy watching new animated films, then among my, and even more so, the older generation, they have not taken root. We remember our childhood and the joy that gave us views of Soviet cartoons.
What is in them? No shooters, creepy heroes with big heads and small bodies of poisonous colors, no aggression and emotionally overwhelming plots.
It is noteworthy that in Soviet cartoons there are no trifles, everything is important in them. They are kind, harmonious, have a positive impact on the development of the psyche and mental abilities of the child. Therefore, they want to revise from time to time.
In the collection there are cartoons based on the works of such remarkable authors as Pushkin, Andersen, the Brothers Grimm, Chukovsky, Marshak, Mamin-Sibiryak, Kataev, as well as on the motives of Russian folk tales.
What kind of cartoons do you and your children love?