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YouTube's Top Toddlers' Channel Launches New Website Area for Parents
TEL AVIV, Israel, June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --TuTiTu, one of YouTube's most successful channels for young children, announced yesterday the official launch of a new "parents' area" on its website. The launch of the new website area marks the brand's attempt to step-up its community building efforts.
The "parents' area" will include parenting articles, craft ideas for toddlers, and educational activities inspired by the TuTiTu video series. Channel creators, who are themselves parents, are hoping the new area will provide fans with ways to maximize the educational benefits of the TuTiTu video series.
TuTiTu's "parents' area" will also include a quotes gallery, where fans can enjoy and share beautifully illustrated quotes about kids, parenting, education, and life. Additionally, visitors to the website will be able to communicate directly with the brand, comment on the articles, ask questions, share their own ideas, and give creators feedback.
TuTiTu's website has previously been a hub mostly for children's activities, with a "playground area" featuring free online games for kids. The colorful games available on the site include visual themes from the video series, and are designed to help young children develop basic mouse skills. The playground area also includes birthday cards, coloring pages, and free downloadable wallpapers. With the newly added "parents' area", TuTiTu is attempting to round out its offerings, and make the series' website a favorite resource for parents and children alike.
About TuTiTu: The TuTiTu YouTube channel, produced by "Twist Animation" since 2010, features 3D-animation videos for kids, happy sing-along songs, and a language learning series for toddlers. TuTiTu's videos are watched more than 2 million times a day worldwide, and the channel has over a million YouTube subscribers. TuTiTu's 3D-animation toddler videos are available in 15 languages, including English, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, German, French, Arabic, and more.
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