Cartoons I Remember

The fun games, no responsibility, and, most importantly, the amazing cartoons are easy to remember the excitement. One day, we can share these cartoons with future children. Not only will they entertain future generations, but they teach important life lessons kids of any age should be able to apply to their life.

Clifford the Big Red Dog

Clifford was a huge dog owned by a little girl. They went on adventures and had lots of fun that 2000’s kid got to partake in.

“I used to watch Clifford the Big Red Dog all the time! It was my favorite show. I even had his stuffed animal,” freshman Molly Welsh said.


Arthur is a young aardvark in third grade. In each episode, we watch his life and learn educational life lessons. For example, the world can be hard and disappointing, but you just have to keep persevering.

“When I was a little kid my favorite thing to do after coming home was watch Arthur,” freshman Craig Upton said.

Little Bear

Little bear, his sister, and parents live their life and learn many things that kids watching learn too. For example, they learn to share.

“I used to wake up every morning and watch it and I loved the messages. It was a great way to start the day. I loved the characters and how every one of them was well developed,” sophomore Audrey Jones said.

Sesame Street

In Sesame Street, kids get to watch the life of puppets and sing songs with them.

“I loved that show! It taught me so many lessons and was so cute and entertaining,” sophomore Elizabeth Fitzpatrick said.