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Chinese New Year, Go Karts, Bubbles, School Buses, and Agility Dogs

Welcome in the Year of the Dog with these new Chinese New Year videos in Jellies. Watch dragons dance and hundreds of lanterns slowly rise into the night sky. Other new topics include: bubbles, school buses, go karts, and agility dogs.

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Videos to Kindle Your Child's Winter Olympic Spirit

Is your home abuzz with Olympic excitement? Make this year's Olympics a teaching moment with these fun and educational videos in Jellies. Learn about the Olympics and several winter events like figure skating and skiing.

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Boom! Bang! Whoosh! Exciting Videos for Thrill-Seeking Kids

Does your child love the loud bang of a firecracker or the crash of a wrecking ball? These Jellies topics embrace the excitement of kid-friendly topics like shuttle launches, controlled demolitions, fireworks shows, and rollercoasters.

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Valentine's Day, Butterflies, Balloon Animals, Sing-Along Songs, and Pizza!

We compiled a list of the best arts & crafts projects for kids that will make your family's February 14 special. Also new in Jellies this week: butterflies, balloon animals, sing-along songs, and the world's favorite food.

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Football, Black History, Groundhog Day, Bulldozers, and More!

These five new topics in Jellies will get you ready for the Super Bowl, Groundhog Day, and Black History Month. We also added bulldozers on the move and a new topic on what it takes to be a Boy or Girl Scout.

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Zambonis, Art, Service Animals, and the Tennessee Aquarium!

Adventure awaits in these five new topics in the Jellies app. Tour the Tennessee Aquarium, ride along with a zamboni, listen to musical instruments, see some amazing art, and learn about service animals.

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Making Music, Pets in Costumes, Story Time, and More!

These new Jellies topics get kids playing music, writing a sentence, practicing their letters, and listening to a story. Our bonus topic of the week proves that cute animals are even more adorable when they dress up.

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Giving Back, Flash Mobs, and More Baby Animals!

There are five new topics in the Jellies app! See more baby animals, learn how to count money, ride along on exotic trains from around the world, volunteer in your community, and start dancing out of nowhere.

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Bundle Up for These Winter Wonderland Videos

Strap on a snowboard and tackle the tricky mountain slopes. Join a crew of determined snow plow drivers as they dig neighborhoods out of the white stuff. Learn how animals brave the coldest temperatures and all about the snowy continent at the bottom of the world.

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Dino Bones, Elevators & Escalators, Diving, and More!

Here are five new topics for kids in Jellies. These videos will make you wonder what remnants of ancient life are buried in your own backyard. They also teach you about simple math, diving, elevators and escalators, and the world's smallest things.

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Truck Videos That Kids Love!

We knew when we started Jellies that fire trucks, dump trucks, garbage trucks, and monster trucks would be among the very first topics we'd tackle. Our own kids can't get enough of big truck videos. We think your kids will enjoy this collection of truck videos much as ours do.

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Dog Sledding, Trains, and Fire Trucks Galore! (And More)

We're excited to announce five new topics for the Jellies app for kids! Bundle up for some winter wonderland fun and dog sledding. Learn about the building blocks of life, and enjoy even more videos of fire trucks and trains.

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The Best Autumn and Thanksgiving Videos for Kids

This fall, treat your family to these fun, seasonal kids videos for all ages. The Jellies team added four new, autumn- and Thanksgiving-themed topics to spark your child's imagination and passion for learning.

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Introducing Jellies - The Safest Way for Your Child to Watch Videos

After nearly a year of work, we're excited to announce that Jellies is now live in the App Store. Jellies began because we noticed our children were increasingly encountering inappropriate video content in apps, even apps meant for kids!

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How to Lock Your Child Into an iPhone App

We know that all sorts of bad things can happen when a child exits a kid-friendly app. From reset iOS settings to $200 in accidental purchases, the potential for your child to get into trouble seems limitless. We show you how to keep your child from leaving an app.

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Is It OK If My Child Watches the Same Kids Videos Over and Over Again?

Why do children feel the need to watch the same thing over and over again, and is it something you should be concerned about? We took to parenting websites and published studies to research this common question.

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5 Reasons Not to Post About Your Child on Social Media

As parents ourselves, we understand the desire to share about our families on social media. But how much sharing is too much, and can sharing on social media put children in danger? We look at five, not-so-obvious threats.

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How to Create Your Family Screen Plan

Here are the key considerations you should address when crafting your own family screen plan. We also offer links to interactive resources that make it easier to outline your family screen rules.

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5 Types of Kids Videos to Avoid

It's up to parents to review content and seek out trusted channels before allowing their children to start consuming kids videos. Here's what you may want to steer clear of when selecting what you want your children to watch, and why.

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Are My Kids Getting Too Much Screen Time?

As parents and caregivers building a kids video app like Jellies, screen time is an important consideration for us. AAP gives an idea of how often and for how long families should permit their children to interact with screens like tablets and smartphones.

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What Kids Videos Are Right for My Child?

How can parents like you know which kids videos are best for your children? The question is becoming more of an issue as children have greater access to content on smartphones and tablets.

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How We Select the Right Kids Videos for Jellies

We understand the potential for video content to shape a child's perception of the world and change his or her behavior. In this video our Chief Jelly, Ken Yarmosh, has a parent-to-parent conversation about the types of content we want to avoid in Jellies.

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