Some articles on kids, snow kids, kid:
... Honey, I Shrunk the Kids The TV Show (truncated to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids in the show's title sequence) is an American syndicated science fiction sitcom based on the 1989 film, Honey ...
... the CW, the combined network utilized The WB's scheduling practices and brought the Kids' WB block, still run by Warner Bros ... and CBS, it would suspend the Kids' WB programming block due to the effects of children's advertising limits and cable competition, and sell the programming ... Kids' WB ended broadcasting on all non-WUPA-TV affiliates on May 17, 2008, and on WUPA-TV on May 18, 2008 ...
... The station currently runs Vortexx, a successor of The CW4Kids (which in turn, was the successor of Kids' WB), on Saturday mornings ... It also aired children's programming from 4Kids TV on Sunday mornings until the block was discontinued by Fox on December 27, 2008 (therefore, both Saturday and Sunday mornings were essentially programmed by one company, 4Kids Entertainment, for seven months) ...
... after their triumphant victory in the Galactik Football Cup, the Snow Kids return to Genesis Stadium and prepare to do it again ... Yuki becomes the new Snow Kids’ goalkeeper to the joy of Micro-Ice who is smitten with her… After Addim tells Aarch of the illegal use of The Breath ... Aarch makes D’Jok the new captain of the Snow Kids in Rocket’s absence Tia takes it badly… The “friendly” between the Snow Kids and The Shadows ...
... misspelled is because it’s from a drawing this kid gave us ... We played a show for a bunch of kids in South Central L.A.—Dorsey High ... we went down there to her class and we played for the kids and it was super fun ...
Famous quotes containing the words play, snow and/or kids:
“The playing adult steps sideward into another reality; the playing child advances forward to new stages of mastery....Childs play is the infantile form of the human ability to deal with experience by creating model situations and to master reality by experiment and planning.”
—Erik H. Erikson (20th century)
Three silent things:
The falling snow ... the hour
Before the dawn ... the mouth of one
—Adelaide Crapsey (18781914)
“Even as kids reach adolescence, they need more than ever for us to watch over them.... Adolescence is not about letting go. Its about hanging on during a very bumpy ride.”
—Ron Taffel (20th century)