Heroes of the City Movie App
Review and GIVEAWAY
There’s a new kid’s app in town! Have you heard? Heroes Of The City is making it’s debut in the US and Parenting In Northern Kentucky had a chance to try it out.
Heroes Of The City was first released in Sweden and is a cartoon about helpful rescue vehicles in a small town. In their town, everyone gets to be a hero. Often, it’s Calamity Crow who needs a hero as he is continuously getting in himself in tricky situations. DVD’s , books, toy vehicles and apps have expanded on this story. In the US, some DVD’s are currently available on Amazon, books will be released later this year, and the apps are available for iPhone/ iPod and Android.
The Heroes Of The City Movie App is great for children age 3 – 6 years. It offers not only 9 exciting games, but also 6 hours of movies (3 games, a music video, and a full length movie are FREE). Piece together puzzles, help Fiona Fire Truck fight fires, paint with Calamity Crow, complete the track for Tilly Train and continue to learn through play in all of the games offered. The variety of games offers experience in different areas of learning. As your child plays through the games, they collect trophies that unlock secret surprises. What surprises you ask? Check out the app to find out:
It was fun to be able to read about the characters, play with them, and then see them come to life through this app. We were even able to pull it up on Apple TV with the Air Play function. Here are a few Heroes Of The City printable activities for your kids to enjoy as they get to know the characters and enjoy the app. (You can find lots more activities on the Heroes Of The City website).
Cars and trucks always make me think of spring and summer. When my son was small, he was all about anything on wheels. He played with them year round, but our favorite was when it would warm up enough to take our adventures outside. He would spend more time with his construction vehicles in the dirt and hauling sticks and rocks with his trucks than anything else. Be sure to check out Heroes of the City and start making your own memories!
Heroes Of The City creators are offering one lucky Parenting In Northern Kentucky reader the chance to win a Heroes Of The City play pack (a DVD, book, 2 vehicles and the movie app) to experience this new app and story for themselves. You may be one of the very first in the US to experience and play around with Heroes Of The City!!
Welcome to the Springing Into Summer Giveaway Event hosted by Kay from The More Is Merrier and Trista from Andersons Angels. This event has a little bit of everything to help you get ready for Summer. Each blog participating has gathered up at least a $25 prize package for you to win. You won’t want to miss any so make sure you visit each blog below in the linky (below Rafflecopter). This event begins on April 5th and ends on April 19th at 11:59pm. Disclosure: Andersons Angels, The More Is Merrier and all the participating blogs of Springing Into Summer are not responsible if Sponsors do not full fill their prizes. Giveaway Details:
Prize: 1 lucky winner will receive a Heores Of The City prize pack including: book, DVD, and 2 toy vehicles. Prize a may differ from picture. Product will be shipped from company’s base location in Sweden. Running Time: See Rafflecopter below. Winner: A winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter. If we are able to verify the entry, the winner will be contacted via email. The winner has 48 hours to respond. If the winner does not reply within that time, another name will be chosen. Disclosure: All opinions expressed above are my own and are in no way influenced by the giveaway or Heroes Of The City. ParentingInNKY.com was not paid for this review. However, we were given products to review. Complete Terms and Conditions
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Natalie Brown says
Hi! What makes me think of Spring with my son is that he doesn’t have to wear as heavy of clothes anymore. (& neither do I – lol) Thank-you!
Oh, I know. My son has been begging for shorts b/c it’s “SO HOT”! lol. Happy Spring!
Going to the Zoo and visiting local parks reminds me of spring with my kids!
My daughter is 27 months old and will really love the zoo this year- can’t wait! Happy Spring!
When we can go to the park to play.
Yes! Good luck 🙂
Jessica Beard says
I love when the sandbox comes out!
Sandboxes are the best! Happy Spring!
Amanda Boehmer says
SO FUN!! Happy soccer season!
alona y says
Being able to finally play outside and take walks in the park.
My kids sleep so well in the summer b/c they play so hard outside. Good Luck!
Trista Anderson says
I think of going to the park and long walks with my kids
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Those create great memories 🙂 Happy SPring!
tracy webb says
Running and playing outside, picking flowers.
Me too! Good Luck 🙂
Cassie Hayes says
Not having to wear heavy clothes and blankets everywhere and smelling the pretty flowers is springtime with my child.
Terra Heck says
I think of camping on the weekends and taking walks along the nature trails of the parks on the weekdays with my kids. Thanks.
Kay M. says
Having to buy new clothes and shoes! Spring is always an ‘allergy’ game too.
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Cindy McElwee says
When the sun is out & warm days ~ to play outside on a swing ~ & the smell of the flowers ♥
Teresa Thompson says
When we can play in the backyard and go to the park.
heather eg kaufman says
We love picnics in the warm sunshine.
Tee Mcc says
Park, water parks, theme parks, outside parties, camping, walks, pools, lakes, beaches and so much more!
Daniel M says
able to play in the yard again
angie waggoner says
Fun times outside pools cookouts lightning bugs
Jessica Whitehouse says
Spring with my kids usually means playing at the park in the warmer weather and clearing the closets of coats and heavy sweaters.
Cindy B says
We spend a lot of time at the park during the spring… lately though the allergies are getting the better of us. 🙁
Playing more outside 🙂