Cartoons in English Language

The term Animation is sometimes used conversely to represent Cartoons although, they are not quite synonymous because, Animation is the technique of photographing successive drawings or positions of puppets or models to create an illusion of movement when the movie is shown as a sequence while, A Cartoon is a simple drawing showing the features of its subjects in a humorously exaggerated way, especially a satirical one in a newspaper or magazine.

  Parents all over the World have always experienced some common difficulties in finding the right Media Resources to help train their children right,from when they began to crawl,walk and talk. Most of the resources found online are either free to try or pay-per usage whereas, this is not Econimically friendly to the Parents. Every Parent want to educate their children to grow up with good morals and the trend is to start at an early age.

  In the year 2012, as a means of promoting Free Childhood Education Online, Sosodecx devised a Platform Independent system called Decx Free English for special kids, where you can teach your kids to learn the Alphabets and Number, Recognize Everyday Objects and Nouns and lots more. Decx Free Learning offers all this free of charge, all you need to do is register at www.dyslexia.sosodecx.com, The registration form is simply for sending of Newsletters, Website Updates and login to the system. This form does not require any Banking or Credit Card Information or Hidden Fees. No Charges will ever be paid to use the system. However, When you feel pleased with the results from the system in your child, you may choose to contact the developer for donations, compliments and suggestions.

  Over the years, Parents have searched for the right videos to teach their kids Nursery Rhymes, the right playlist with Good Moral Videos and even sometimes the right lullaby or songs to put babies to sleep.

This page contains Animations that have been watched by Parents and Carefully Selected for the Purpose of Entertaining and Educating kids between from Three(3) months old and above. We would like to express our humble gratitute to the Copy Right Owners and Uploaders of this Videos. New Videos will uploaded as soon as they have been checked thoroughly to ensure, it suits the purpose of Education and Entertainment of Kids.


11. The Christmas Story

This is a video Presenting "The Christmas Story, the story of the Birth Of JESUS CHRIST. This is a Bible Story For Children although, most parents use this video as a Bedtime Stories For Kids.

 Published by Kids Hut.

12. The Birth of Jesus Christ.

The History behind the Birth of Jesus in the Christmas Story

The census that was ordered by Caesar Augustus was the first of its kind. It was done because the Roman government wanted to make sure that everyone in the Empire was paying their taxes correctly. The census was carried out all over Empire (most of Europe): but in Palestine, it was carried out in a Jewish way rather than a Roman way. This meant that families had to register in the their historical tribal town rather than where they lived. This also meant that Joseph and the very pregnant Mary would have had to travel from Nazareth to Bethlehem, as this was town that Joseph's family (the royal family of David) originally came from - a journey of about 70 miles (112 kilometres).

Some people think that Bethlehem could also have been Joseph's actual home town and he'd traveled to Nazareth to collect Mary once they were betrothed/married to take to his home town to initially live. Some people think that Bethlehem could also have been Joseph's actual home town and he'd traveled to Nazareth to collect Mary once they were betrothed/married to take to his home town to initially live. In those times, there weren't really such things as motels or inns, you normally would have stayed with some extended family or relations. A more accurate translation of 'inn' would be 'guest room'. You would normally stay with extended family in their guest room but as it was a busy time the guest room was already full.

Most houses would have been shared with the animals that the family kept. Houses had two levels, the upper/mezzanine level where people slept and the ground floor where the animals slept at night and the family lived during the day. The animals were a kind of 'central heating' at night keeping the house warm! The 'guest room' was often an area on the upper/mezzanine level or even a hut put on the flat roof of the house.

As many people would have traveled to Bethlehem for the census, all the houses, or certainly upper levels were full. Many people think that Jesus was probably born in September or October during Sukkot, the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles, rather than during December. During the festival, Jews live outside in temporary shelters (the word 'tabernacle' come from a latin word meaning 'booth' or 'hut'). So Joseph and Mary probably had to sleep with the animals on the low level (where it's common to have a manger cut into a wall where you put the animal food) or possibly (but unlikely) out in a stable, cave or even a covered market stall that sold animals (these stalls could be rented during tabernacles). It was the custom in those times to wrap a new born baby very tightly in long bandages called swaddling clothes. The arms and legs of the baby were also wrapped, so they couldn't move. This was done because they thought it helped the baby to grow strong, straight limbs! And as no proper crib was available, the new baby boy was placed in a manger, or feeding trough.

There's a theory that Jesus might have been born a couple of miles outside of Bethlehem where there was a special shepherds' watch tower called the Migdal Eder. So Jesus might have been born out with the shepherds. The birth of Jesus probably didn't happen in the year 0 but slightly earlier, in about 5, 6 or 7 BCE/BC. The dates that we use now were set by Monks and religious leaders in the Middle Ages and before. It's also quite likely that Jesus was actually born in the autumn (during Tabernacles), not in the winter! It can get very cold in the winter in Israel and it is thought that the census would have most likely taken place during the spring or autumn, at a time when many pilgrims, from all over the country, came to visit Jerusalem (which is about six miles from Bethlehem).

 Published by Geethanjali - Cartoons for Kids.

13. Dinosaur - Louie draw me a dinosaur

LOUIE and YOKO are pretending to be explorers in the forest. Yoko is disappointed because she has not discovered anything. Louie is going to give her a surprise. He draws a dinosaur, a diplodocus which lived on earth millions of years ago. Yoko is delighted: what an extraordinary discovery. Watch, Enjoy, Like and Share.

 Published by Car City - Trucks Cartoons for Kids.

14. Louie draw me a Crocodile.

Have you ever dreamed of exploring an island or travelling to the moon?
- Or maybe you just want to hide from the rain or meet animals?
Don't worry, Louie and Yoko are here. With them you will learn to draw many exciting things. Learn to draw a cat or a dog, a plane or a horse. Your imagination is the only limit.

 Published by Mini TV | Cartoons for kids.

15. Louie, draw me a Shark.

In this video, Louie teaches kids how to draw a shark after he meets a shark and gets acquainted with the shark. Louie is a educational pre-school animated TV series that teaches children how to draw! Every week, toddlers can discover full new episodes in HD of Louie and Yoko and practice their drawing and coloring skills. They will learn to draw animals, landscapes, a house or even a place.

 Published by Mini TV | Cartoons for kids.

16. Animated Stories for Kids.

Looking for Bed time Stories or Stories that you can use to teach your kids morals, this Animated stories for kids does just that. Most kids can really learn Morals from this fully packed English Cartoons some of the stories showned here are 'Slow and Steady wins the Race' and the 'Littele Red Riding Hood'. This is the most trending Kids Animation in the world today.

 Published by T-Series Kids Hut.

17. The Jungle Book.

This video is all about Fairy Stories and Songs for Kids all in the Famous Yellow Hard cover Story Book called the Jungle Book.

The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of stories by English author Rudyard Kipling. The stories were first published in magazines in 1893 - 1894. The original publications contain illustrations, some by the author's father, John Lockwood Kipling. Kipling was born in India and spent the first six years of his childhood there. After about ten years in England, he went back to India and worked there for about six-and-a-half years. These stories were written when Kipling lived in Vermont, United States.

 Published by Fairy Stories and Songs for Kids.

18. Louie, draw me a Panda.

 Published by Mini TV | Cartoons for kids.

Learn how to draw a Panda from Louie, By talking directly to the children and giving them time to think and do things, Louie and Yoko encourage and actively engage the young viewers. The children become truly involved with the characters and are able to take part in all of their exciting adventures.

19. Louie Learns to draw, cartoon for children.

Louie is a educational pre-school animated TV series that teaches children how to draw! Every week, toddlers can discover full new episodes in HD of Louie and Yoko and practice their drawing and coloring skills. They will learn to draw animals, landscapes, a house or even a place. By talking directly to the children and giving them time to think and do things, Louie and Yoko encourage and actively engage the young viewers. The children become truly involved with the characters and are able to take part in all of their exciting adventures. The children are also stimulated to create the drawings from the series, at the same time as their heroes. What's more, with Louie, kids not only learn how to draw, but also understand the difference between round/square, cold/hot, fast/slow etc.

 Published by Super Truck - Car City.

20. Bambi.

The classic Felix Salter story Bambi provides the basis for this near-perfect Disney animated feature. We follow the male deer Bambi from birth, through his early childhood experiences with woodland pals Thumper the rabbit and Flower the skunk, the traumatic sudden death of Bambi's mother at the hands of hunters, his courtship of the lovely doe Faline, and his rescue of his friends during a raging forest fire; we last see the mature, antlered Bambi assuming his proper place as the Prince of the Forest. In the grand Disney tradition, Bambi is brimming with unforgettable sequences, notably the young deer's attempts to negotiate an iced-over pond, and most especially the death of Bambi's mother--and if this moment doesn't move you to tears, you're made of stone (many subsequent Disney films, including Lion King, have tried, most in vain, to match the horror and pathos of this one scene). The score in Bambi yielded no hits along the lines of "Whistle While You Work", but the songs are adroitly integrated into the action. Bambi was the last of the "classic" early Disney features before the studio went into a decade-long doldrums of disjointed animated pastiches like Make Mine Music.

 Published by Carlo Vargas.