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“V”TOONS are a simple and fun way for parents, guardians and teachers to introduce kids to virtues!

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SUPERHEROES “V”TOONS teach kids that true strength and power comes from practicing virtues!

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Inspiring kids to be real superheroes is as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Be fully present with your kids for at least 15 minutes a day. (Turn off your mobile phone, computer and television, and forget about your to-do list and work related worries.)
  2. Print out “V”toons, grab some crayons or colored pencils and talk about the “what, why and how” of virtues while your kids enjoy coloring Superhero characters.
  3. Display the colored “V”toons where your kids will see them—on bedroom walls, the refrigerator door, or create a gallery in your home or classroom as a daily reminder that true strength and power comes from practicing virtues!

Displaying “V”TOONS helps parents, guardians and teachers recognize ‘Teachable Moments’, those times when we can talk about virtues with our children to help them learn from their mistakes. For example, if a child is stubborn, we can reference the ‘Flexibility’ “V”TOONS and say, “Go with the flow like a Superhero!” Teachable moments also apply to those times when we recognize our children making positive choices. We can say, “I recognized your ‘super’ generosity when you shared your toys today.”
Learn more about recognizing teachable moments and other strategies to raise good kids at

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A school bus driver with a few of his kids showoff their “V”TOONS in Brooklyn, NY.


Disney Characters

Pop Culture Personalities

Sports Heroes

Historical Figures


Famous names and virtues come together in digital memes and animations.


“V”TOONS is a trademark of The V Channel Corporation.
Creative Commons copyright. “V”TOONS can be used for non-commercial purposes only.


Special thanks to The Family Virtues Guide, by Linda Kavelin Popov with Dr. Dan Popov Ph.D., and John Kavelin, and The Virtues Project, a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life.



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