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Created by Drew Hodges (Community, SNL) and executive produced by Hodges and Kelli Bixler (The Roadents) of the award-winning studio Bix Pix Entertainment, Tumble Leaf follows Fig, a small blue fox, who lives in a whimsical land where he discovers adventure, friendship and love around every bend. The series reinforces the importance of learning through play, as it helps children understand the world around them. Tumble Leaf features the voice talent of Christopher Downs as Fig, Brooke Wolloff as Maple, Zac McDowell as Hedge, Addie Zintel as Pine, and Alex Trugman as Ginkgo.
Featuring lush worlds and playful stop-motion animation, Tumble Leaf has garnered multiple Daytime Emmy Awards, including for Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Animated Program, and just received four 2017 Daytime Emmy Award nominations. The show has also earned the Jury Award for a TV series at the 2014 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the 2015 Annie Award for Best General Audience Animated TV/Broadcast Production for Preschool Children and a 2015 Parents’ Choice Gold Award.
CRAFTS IN CELEBRATION OF TUMBLE LEAF-EASTER EGG PAINTING
With springtime in the air and little signs of spring popping here and there Tumble Leaf has a fun new special coming out, the Tumble Leaf Spring-A-Ling Surprise. Join us in creating a fun colorful springtime craft that is easy and fun for the whole family. Here are the things you will need to gather to begin.
Easter Egg Painting
- Cotton balls
- Spring colored acrylic paints
- Paint palette
- 1 Dozen boiled eggs
- Craft paper
1.First, prepare a dozen boiled eggs and allow to cool.
2.Next, cover your table with craft paper or something to protect the table from paint.
3. Add paint to your paint palette making sure to add a nice selection of springtime colors.
4. Using your clothespin clip cotton balls into your cloths pins. One cotton ball for each color of paint.
6.Set on craft paper to dry the paint.
7.Allow each color you add to dry before adding another color.